Go with the Flow
The folks at GladRags.com peddle 'menstrual alternatives'. Now before you ladies get too excited, realize that 'menstrual alternatives' are not actually alternatives to menstruation. They are alternative products for menstruation, like the soft cotton reusable pads called Gladrags ( which we here at WWWeird have taken to calling 'twat diapers' ) . And we don't even want to get into 'The Keeper'. Let's just say it comes in two sizes ( before and after vaginal childbirth ) and its name is very descriptive.
A 4 Inch Tongue Can bring a six foot man to his knees...
This site is dedicated to those little marquees you find outside of churches that will have folksy or funny ( sometimes unintentionally ) sayings on them like 'Smoking or Non-Smoking Seating Available'. The signs in the gallery vary from cute to laugh out loud funny, but the best part is the Church Sign Generator. At the CSG you can make your own church sign with what you're little heart desires printed on it. Two sign styles are available and, if you're really enamored with your creation, you can order it as a refrigerator magnet.
Hypocrisy thy name is peta
We love it when self-righteous do-gooders are exposed for hypocrites. This site documents how PETA, while taking money from animal lovers to help save animals, actually kills thousands of companion animals a year. It seems that at its Virginia shelter PETA put down 2,278 of the 2,640 pets it received, adopting out just 361. That 'release rate' is slightly better than the rate for the prisoners at Gitmo.
Sing it y'all. We are xfamily!
We love Wikis. This wiki is about the The Family, a cult founded by David Berg. Like most wikis, this one is heavy on text, but the read is fascinating. We particularly liked the bits about 'flirty fishing' where young women were encouraged to go out and be 'whores for Jesus', using sex to lure young men into the cult or to make money for the cult. There is even a comic book they made to explain the practice to the children of cult member. Of course, next to Scientology, it all looks positively reasonable.