Do your parents collect things? When you go to visit them do you often find incredibly odd nicknacks, decorations, other objects that defy description? CrapAtMyParentsHouse.com is a blog that posts the most bizarre, creepy, hilarious, and just plain unusual items found in homes of parents from all over the world. According to Crap at My Parents’ House:
Crap at My Parents’ House is a laugh-out-loud celebration of all the weird, odd, and unfathomably tacky stuff that our moms and dads accumulate without our knowledge or consent… The best (or would that be worst?) items submitted by folks from around the globe in a very funny—but fair—way, revealing all those dirty secrets that range from deer hoof bottle openers and plush Oscar Meyer Wienermobiles to soccer-playing Jesus ceramics and grizzly bear toilet paper holders. Whether you’re 15 or 65 and still shaking your head at your mom and dad’s decorating choices, Crap at My Parents’ House is a reason to be thankful for parents being so unintentionally hilarious.
Crap at My Parents’ House is taking submissions so if your parents have any completely ridiculous possessions take a picture and send it in.
Do you love trivia and facts? Do find the craziest, weirdest and hardest to believe facts and trivia to be the most interesting? WhatTheFFacts.com is a website that posts the most unbelievable, strange, bizarre, and just plain interesting facts found on the web, along with the stories behind them.
Categories include: Weird, Animal, Celebrity, History, People, Science, Sports, and Technology. What The F*** Facts is taking submissions so if you know any strange, bizarre, or otherwise interesting facts send them in and share.
Have you heard enough of the same old news from conventional outlets? Would you like your news to be a little bit different and a lot more entertaining? OddballDaily.com is a daily news website which posts daily news that is rather bizarre, sometimes humorous, and always entertaining. According to Oddball Daily:
For the latest news that will have you saying “WTF?”… Tired of the same somber news you get from your typical news stations and websites? Are you looking for a good laugh while keeping informed about what is going on around the world? If that is the case, Odd Ball Daily is the place for you.
Categories include: Business, Crime, Entertainment, Gallery, Lifestyle, Offbeat, Pictures, Politics, Science, Sports, and Tech. The archives can also be browsed by month.
Have ever sat down and really read what’s in the Bible? Did you stumble across anything that struck you as being a bit odd or unexpected? WTFthatsintheBible.com is a blog that posts the most weird, bizarre, amusing, and disturbing verses found in the Bible. According to WTF, that’s in the Bible?: “Weird, bizarre, and funny Bible verses that you’ve never read! Bible study has never been more fun or disturbing.”
Categories include: Woman, War, Marriage, Family, Sex, Weird, Drinking, and Disturbing.
*We have absolutely no religious affiliation here at Waste More Time Online and we usually shy away from featuring sites that are even remotely religiously themed. However, today’s featured site has a unique concept and is entirely too amusing not to post. We are attempting to give our readers a broad view of the variety that’s out there on the interwebs and we sincerely apologize to anyone offended.
If you’ve surfed the interwebs very much, you’ve no doubt stumbled across a few sites that specialize in top ten lists. Although you can find plenty of top 10 lists on today’s featured website, you’ll soon find it’s a bit different then your typical list site. UltimateHatelist.com is a blog that documents things that people hate with top 10 lists, articles about single hates, and much more. According to The Ultimate Hatelist:
The UHL is an itemized breakdown and analysis of all the things people hate. The purpose of this hatelist is not to bring about any kind of social change nor vent my own personal grievances, but rather to simply document these “hates” in hopes of educating the public. We really specialize in toilet humor and chauvinism.
Categories include: Home, All Hates, Lists, Articles, More Hate, Pictures, and Video. The Ultimate Hatelist is taking submissions so if you hate something or a whole list of things you can send it in and share the hate with everyone.
Do you own a cat, or more accurately, does a cat own you? Does your cat show certain evil tendencies that make you think they would take over the world, given the chance? Today’s featured website demonstrates that there really is a website out there for any topic you can imagine. CatsThatLookLikeHitler.com is a website that posts pictures of “Kitlers” or cats that look like Adolf Hitler. According to Cats That Look Like Hitler:
Does your cat look like Adolf Hitler? Do you wake up in a cold sweat every night wondering if he’s going to up and invade Poland? Does he keep putting his right paw in the air while making a noise that sounds suspiciously like “Sieg Miaow”? If so, this is the website for you… Most cats possess that typically feline facial expression that implies a secret longing for world domination. All cats want to rule the world, that’s part of the nature of the species, but to be a genuine Kitler there has to be some other similarity when compared to that ever popular German/Austrian dictator. We’re looking for that toothbrush ‘tache, that most unfashionable of facial adornments. Or the flock-of-seagulls hairdo. Perhaps an evil glint in its eye, or maybe a Kitler will be Sieg Miaowing their paw all the way to their dinner plate. Of course, the best Kitlers will have all of the above.
Cats That Look Like Hitler is talking submissions so if you think you have a “Kitler” snap a picture and send it in. The site also includes discussion forums.
Do you love weird and bizarre book covers? Can we interest you in Sweet Jesus, I Hate Bill O’Reilly or Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean? How about Knitting With Dog Hair or I Want My Foreskin for Giftmas? BookFail.com is a website that reviews covers (not entire books) of some of the most bizarre books found anywhere. According to BookFail:
BookFail is pretty much like any other book review site, but with one exception. We judge a book solely by it’s cover. So if you’ve got a book that has a preposterous, pretentious, absurd, ridiculous, off-beat, or just plain lame title, please send it to us.
Categories include: Bathroom Book Fail, Book Title Fail, Children’s Book Fail, Conspiracy Theory Book Fail, Critical Theory Book Fail, Dating Book Fail, Do-It-Yourself Book Fail, Featured, Not a Book, Reading Comprehension Fail, Reading Lists, Self Publishing Fail, Staff Picks, and Videos.
Would you be interested in a bra for your buttocks? How bout some carpet complete with roadkill? Can I interest you in hooded sweatshirt built for two? If you’re a sane person probably not, but it’s still fun to peruse these wacky products. WouldNotBuyThis.com is a blog that posts some of oddest and weirdest products that can be found online. According to Would You Buy This?:
WouldNotBuyThis.com is dedicated to finding the most bizarre and weird things that people sell on line. I don’t mean the crap you find on E-bay that your wife, girlfriend, mother, or significant other made you discard, but you needed beer money so you decided to ebay it. No I mean people that actually have a Shopping Cart and a Website dedicated to sell you their Stuff, Junk or priceless items that no one in the world would buy. But someone must because it’s still online.
Would You Buy This? takes reader submissions; so if you’ve stumbled across a wacky product online, you can send it in and share it with everyone.
With articles, videos, and podcasts such as “Man Charged After Wiping His Ass With A Parking Ticket” and “Washington, D.C.’s Potomac River Is So Polluted That Fish Change Sex” Disinfo.com is news blog that is more then little different. According to Disinformation:
Our web portal, aggregates tens of thousands of the most shocking, unusual and quirkiest news articles, podcast episodes, and videos on the web, most of which are submitted by the site’s visitors. The site also includes original free content, including the Disinformation Podcasts as well as a deep archive of articles and editorials written in the early days of the site. Whether it’s text, audio or video, if it’s offbeat or unconventional, you’ll probably find it here.
Disinformation encourages reader submitted stories and participation in the comment section.
Uncyclopedia.wikia.com is an online encyclopedia of misinformation that anyone can edit. It has very much the same look and feel of a certain popular online encyclopedia, but with completely erroneous content. According to Uncyclopedia:
Uncyclopedia is an encyclopedia full of misinformation and utter lies. You might say it puts the “psych!” in “encyclopedia”. It’s sort of like Congress or Parliament, but unlike Congress or Parliament, we do have a sense of humor… Absolutely no POVs are enforced at Uncyclopedia. You can make sense if you want to, be sarcastic if you want to, be dry, or even informative. Everything goes. If you have a question about it, it’s probably okay unless you’re destroying things.