Here’s a list of 6 just plain weird websites. Althought the extramarital website isn’t weird, per se, what’s weird is that it gets soooo many hits per month. Wow, who knew?
1. SulabhToiletMuseum.org: a virtual toilet museum
A museum that displays the evolution of toilets and their various designs. The museum is located in Sulabh, New Delhi, India. If you’re so inclined, feel free to browse their virtual museum.
2. AlienAbductions.com: provides you with an out of this world abduction service
If you are looking for the kind of experience that will rock your boring life, look no further! Alien Abductions Incorporated will provide you with a personalized, realistic memory of the alien abduction you’ve been waiting for your entire life. Supposedly, their team has highly trained professionals including doctors, hypnotists, and memory implant technicians– all to give you the time of your life.
3. Despair.com: world’s best demotivator
Words of motivation, encouragement, and inspiration– you’ve heard it all before. To bash the motivation industry, here comes Despair, Inc. It claims the motivation industry has been crushing dreams for decades by selling the easy lie of success. So Despair, Inc. decided to differentiate itself- by crushing dreams with hard truths! Yikes!!!
4. AfterLifeTelegrams.com: sends your message to the afterlife
For a donation of $5.00 per word ($25 minimum), telegrams can be delivered to people who are already dead. This is done with the help of terminally ill volunteers who memorize the telegrams before passing away, and then deliver the telegrams after they have passed on.
5. AshleyMadison.com: dating site for discreet encounters and extramarital affairs
It’s marketed towards those already in a committed relationship. “Life is short, have an affair” is the site’s slogan and its founder is a happily married man. Although the site has drawn heavy criticism, no one can deny that the business venture is a huge success, receiving roughly 1,800,000 visitors per month!
6. Mockery.org (Not mensa): a virtual society of idiots
If there is a society for the highly intellectual, then there is also a society for the stupid—called Not mensa. The founder, John Smythe, got the idea when he was denied membership in a club for intellectuals on the grounds that he was stupid. You can apply for free idiot membership by taking their IQ test.