5 Websites You Have To Visit
Calling the Internet huge is an understatement. At the same time, something new is always created, which in turn might make the older websites be swept under the rug. For you young'uns as well as oldies (okay fine, veterans) of the Internet, let me suggest a few websites you might have heard about but never actually visited.
End of the world your thing? Get even more paranoid by visitng to ExitMundi. Tons of articles about the end-of-the-world scenarios backed up by SCIENCE are documented here. Don't worry, world ending scenarios from religions and mythology like Christianity and Norse are also included here. Needless to say, this is not for anyone who worries a lot as some of the scenarios are actually possible.
Literature, games, tv shows, movies… practically anything with a story, TvTropes has it all. Articles about every trope and every form of literature and media can be found here. Writers aren't the only ones who'll feel at home here as anyone can contribute or just read about them. Compared to the Other Wiki, TvTropes is a buttload more informal, and we love it for that.
Something bad happen to you because of someone else's fault, or yours? Take that load of your chest by posting it to F*** My Life! No guarantees that you'll feel better if you do post here, but it's something!
It might be too morbid for some people, but The Darwin Awards delivers snarkiness where it's needed, when people die because of lapses in their judgement. Their main hook are their articles about people meeting or almost meeting their demise, or losing their reporduction capability. I do hope more people visit this site, as funny as it is, I'd prefer that less people get added here.
The most well-known repository for myths, urban legends and rumors in the Internet since 1995. Backed up by well-researched and interesting articles, you'll surely spend a lot of time stuck here. If you're ever curious if Obamacare really does require chips installed on the person, or if there's anything hidden in Disney movies, Snopes.com has the answer for that.