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So the other day I was doing my Chemistry Test and I was sitting near the cleverest kid in class. I asked him about this question I was bummed over and then he sang out:

Ello! Nice the moon today.
Why is Knockturn India pleating extra decks in all?
The Wazir of Ireland kills Icelandish thanes,
Who India killed in the offs.
Xiana! Yo! God enters neatly.

He was asked to leave the hall. What was he trying to tell me?

Hint:

If you take the last line as "Xiana! Yo! God enter, neatly through!", the intended meaning will be the same. Think of it? What is the same, even if you add a new character to it?

Added Hint:

Don't drink tea. Drinking tea won't let you solve it.

-By the way, please add a few more tags if needed.-

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Is it:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxygen

Taking the first letter of every word gives:
EN TMT WIKIPEDIA TWOIKI T WIKI T OXYGEN
I'm not sure how 'TMT' becomes '.' or TWOIKI becomes '.org' though the letter T can be swapped out for the forward slash.
EN /M/ WIKIPEDIA /WOIKI / WIKI / OXYGEN

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    $\begingroup$ Maybe it's the mobile site (en.m.wikipedia.org) $\endgroup$ – f'' Aug 1 '16 at 21:11
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Partial answer:

Taking the first letters gives:
ENITMT
WIKIPEDIA
TWOIKIT
WIKITO
XYGEN(T)
I can see "OXYGEN" in there at the end, and of course "WIKIPEDIA", but I'm not sure what to do with those or how the other letters are relevant.

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  • $\begingroup$ keep it coming... you're almost there... $\endgroup$ – Aravind Suresh Aug 1 '16 at 15:25
  • $\begingroup$ 'ctually you got the answer, you just don't know how you got it. $\endgroup$ – Aravind Suresh Aug 1 '16 at 15:26
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    $\begingroup$ @AravindSuresh: How was I supposed to know to remove Ts? There was nothing indicating that in the original post. $\endgroup$ – Deusovi Aug 1 '16 at 15:34

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