11 Of The Weirdest Sites On The Internet

11 Of The Weirdest Sites On The Internet

The internet is a wondrous place, but for every fantastic website out there, it seems like there are two weird ones. Here are some of the strangest sites we’ve ever seen.

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Spotted by Gizmodo reader Jule:

Cannot be described… no seriously.

Ling’s Cars

Spotted by Gizmodo reader altitude2k:

Absolutely insane website, but really highly rated lease car company with probably the best rates around. Her images surrounding vehicle emissions are particularly awesome!

Time Cube

Spotted by Gizmodo reader afgnaap:

I have no idea how to describe this. It’s a conspiracy thing of some kind… I think.

Divine Interventions (NSFW)

Spotted by Gizmodo reader TJ Vertigo:

It’s a religious themed sex toy/accessories website
I don’t even know. Seriously. I don’t.

fUSION Anomoly

Spotted by yours truly:

It’s like if a 9-year-old conspiracy theorist invented Wikipedia in 1995. I actually wrote about it at length one time.


Spotted by Gizmodo reader BritiosBoy:

Pretty much the best “midi scored animation of a pack of cartoon dogs continuously running against a rainbow background ” website out there.

Alex Chiu’s Immortality Devices & Gorgeouspil

Spotted by Gizmodo reader asongsparrow:

Insanely weird guy believes that he has found the secret to eternal youth, and sells it through an immortality product line (rings, braces, and pills). Just cruise his site, it’s too weird for explanation.

fullpenetrativeintercourse.com (SFW)

[an image would ruin it]

Spotted by Gizmodo reader Hammerfrog:

Very misleading domain name registered by Gavin Free of Roosterteeth, and in lieu of any actual content he just uses a picture of his own face as a placeholder.

Ubytování rodinný penzion Dvůr Králové

Spotted by Gizmodo reader Cody Lambert:

Some family owned apartments in Czech Republic… The single horrible webdesign experience.

Letters to Lorne

Spotted by Gizmodo reader Manic Pixie Dreamsicle

A guy who made the briefest of appearances on SNL in the 70s has sent Lorne Michaels letters nearly every day for a long period of time giving Lorne reasons that he should be allowed to be a cast member on the show. The notes get increasingly bizarre. It looks like they’ve tapered off recently, but there was a time when there was a new letter for every day.


Spotted by Gizmodo reader Stuart Lovinggood:

Someone thinks they’re going to get big bucks by selling OJ.com to “one of America’s favourite brands of orange juice.”