Richard's Website Picks for 2013
So it's coming up to the end of the year and I thought for a special Xmas gift, I'd share with you my top three website pics for the year of 2013. Aren't you lucky? Well don't get ahead of yourself, read this first, use it as a guide for how to best use your Internet, and then come back and thank me afterwards.
Site 1 - www.facebook.com
This is a rather niche site for people who like to see adults turn into children. It's rather odd, one day you'll have "friends" who are normal adults, and then the next day they'll magically turn into children. To mix it up a bit, sometimes a fully grown lady will turn into a little boy, or a man will turn into a little girl. The site is growing in popularity so there must be more people out there into adult-child transformation than one might expect.
Site 2 - www.google.com
The main purpose of this site is to find out what teenagers don't know, but are afraid to ask their parents. The trick is to type something into the box, and you are magically told what teenagers are thinking about the topic. Here are some examples.
So teenagers obviously don't know about umbrellas, feeding cats, what to and what to not intentionally smell, and they drink too much.
The main thing to glean about this search is that teenagers don't know when to go to the doctors.
This one is evidence that no matter what teenagers say about lyrics, food, and alcohol, they can't be trusted.
Site 3 - www.puttingweirdthingsincoffee.com
And of course last and by no means least, the ever popular "Putting Weird Things in Coffee". I think it's fair to say that at least once every few days we all wonder what it would be like to have coffee with raw egg, coffee with haggis, or coffee with cheddar. But the thought ends there as we lose confidence in our ability to do such a drink justice. Well no more my friend, you, like I, can now benefit from the years of experience of niche coffee making laid out on this site. Just be careful not to overuse this, and become yet another statistic in the fight against "Putting Weird Things in Coffee" addiction.
Merry Xmas, enjoy the sites.
by Richard Lindesay
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