Carrying on from my earlier article with some weird and wacky websites, here are some more for your enjoyment:
If you like building constructions out of playing cards, then jump onto www.cardstacker.com/gallery.html where you can see some pretty phenomenal constructions. While there are only a few photos in the gallery, it’s quite an eye-popping talent. I give this website 2½ stars out of 5.
Have you ever wanted to talk like Elmer Fudd or the Swedish Chef from the Muppets? Then check out www.rinkworks.com/dialect/ which converts website into different dialects including moron, Pig Latin and more. It’s good for a laugh. – great fun! Includes redneck, jive, cockney, Elmer Fudd, Swedish Chef, moron, Pig Latin & hacker. I give this website 2½ stars out of 5.
Ok, so secretly you love popping bubble wrap, but you’ve run out… what can you do? Go onto the virtual bubble-wrap site and pop them until your urge passes. The website address is www.virtual-bubblewrap.com/popnow.shtml I give this website 2 stars out of 5 for weirdness.
While for some of us Christmas time with families can be all about torture, this creators of this website have found Christmas albums that can likened to torture as well. www.bizarrerecords.com/galleries/xmas/xmas.html I give this website 2½ stars out of 5
Is your dog a bit of a sook? Then beef him up with a suit of armour built especially for him/her. At www.pitbullarmory.com/dog-armor.html you can even find armour for your squirrel. I give this website 3 stars out of 5
The fictional TV character MacGyver was one of the most “inventive” in modern television. At en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_problems_solved_by_MacGyver you will find detailed descriptions of every problem MacGyver ever solved. I give this website 2½ stars out of 5
And while we’re on the theme of popular TV programs, do you recall the opening credits of The Simpsons where Bart wrote a different message on the blackboard at the beginning of every show? On www.fortunecity.co.uk/meltingpot/madison/936/chalkboard.html you will discover every single message that Bart wrote over the years. I give this website 2 stars out of 5 for weirdness.
I love a guy with a moustache, but I think this is probably taking it a little too far. At www.handlebarclub.co.uk/index.htm you can find more information on “The Handlebar Club” which is an international club based in London for those with a hairy handlebar. The qualification for membership is "a hirsute appendage of the upper lip, with graspable extremities" and in addition, they specify that beards are not allowed. But if you do not have a moustache, do not despair! Because they also have "Friends of the Handlebar Club".
I'll provide some more websites another day for you.