When sheep feel glad that they can't use computers, this is why. 505 Unbelievably Stupid Webpages reveals the Internet's weirdest, funniest and overall dumbest websites.
Author: Dan Crowley
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
When sheep feel glad that they can't use computers, this is why. 505 Unbelievably Stupid Webpages reveals the Internet's weirdest, funniest and overall dumbest websites. With more than 25,000 copies sold this new edition is completely updated and revised to include the most bizarre websites to emerge in the last few years. You'll never forgive yourself if you miss these insane, laugh-out-loud sites: -Marshmallow Bunny Survival Tests -The Corn Cam -The Leonard Nimoy Should Eat More Salsa Foundation -The Virtual Stapler -Star Wars Gangsta Rap -Squirrel Hazing: The Untold Story -Poke Alex in the Eye: The Game
Those sites that have gone to Internet Heaven (or Internet Hell as the case may
be) are still included as a record of their incredibly pathetic existence and a
timeless tribute to their extreme stupidity and uselessness. If the address listed in
(9 East 18th Street; 505- 2110; H; entrees, $6.95 to $17.95.) ... Main Street's big
skylit courtyard, with checkered tablecloths and wrought-iron fixtures, was the site
of one of the warmest, ... The staff here is incredibly cheerful, although they don't
speak with any y'alls, which saves you from theme-restaurant hell. ... Friedman
explains that "the symphony of balancing forces" that causes the whole triangular web to readjust with each new kid ... "If you're throwing up, you look kind of stupid
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