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The 15 most bizarre and curious websites on the Internet in 2019 | Internet

With the variety of sites available on the Internet, it is not difficult to run into somewhat curious pages. While some stand out for their originality, such as the virtual museum that combines sounds from old technological programs and devices, others stand out for their "bizarre". this is the case, for example, of the sites "Pay For Nothing Club", which offers the subscription of a club without any benefit, and "Weird or Confusing", catalog for strange products advertised on eBay. Are you curious? In the following list, check out the 15 most bizarre sites found on the Internet in 2019.

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1. Weird or Confusing (weirdorconfusing.com)

Weird or Confusing site rene bizarre items sold on eBay Photo: Reproduo / Weird or ConfusingWeird or Confusing site rene bizarre items sold on eBay Photo: Reproduo / Weird or Confusing

Weird or Confusing site rene bizarre items sold on eBay Photo: Reproduo / Weird or Confusing

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glasses with basket for playing basketball, pedestal for iPads with support for toilet paper and canned unicorn food. The Weird or Confusing website lists these and many other bizarre items advertised on the North American e-commerce eBay. Just click on the "Please" button to explore a vast catalog of unusual goods.

2. Zoomquilt (zoomquilt.org)

Zoomquilt website shows image that increases infinitely Photo: Reproduction / ZoomquiltZoomquilt website shows image that increases infinitely Photo: Reproduction / Zoomquilt

Zoomquilt website shows image that increases infinitely Photo: Reproduction / Zoomquilt

The result of the work of 15 illustrators, Zoomquilt is a website that enlarges the center of an image infinitely. Each part of the art reveals a new scenario, and the digital journey seems to be endless. To zoom in or out, just press the up and down arrows. Unfortunately, there is no suspense background music to accompany the illustrations.

3. Museum of Endangered Sounds (savethesounds.info)

Museum of Endangered Sounds compiles technology relics Photo: Reproduo / Museum of Endangered SoundsMuseum of Endangered Sounds compiles technology relics Photo: Reproduo / Museum of Endangered Sounds

Museum of Endangered Sounds compiles technology relics Photo: Reproduo / Museum of Endangered Sounds

Technology has changed a lot over the past decade. Sites, programs and devices considered cutting edge in the 2000s disappeared in the midst of this evolution. To the delight of the nostalgic, the site of the Museum of Endangered Sounds of Extinction brought together a series of sounds of true relics of technology, from the noises of the ICQ and the music of Windows 95 startup to the ringtone of the famous Nokia "brick".

4. The Uncomfortable (theuncomfortable.com)

The Uncomfortable brings a collection of useless objects Photo: Reproduction / The UncomfortableThe Uncomfortable brings a collection of useless objects Photo: Reproduction / The Uncomfortable

The Uncomfortable brings a collection of useless objects Photo: Reproduction / The Uncomfortable

As the name says, The Uncomfortable website can cause quite a lot of discomfort in some people, especially those who pay attention to priests. The page displays a collection of very common everyday objects that have been modified and become completely useless.

5. Feeling Unlucky (feelingunlucky.today)

Feeling Unlucky reverses Google's 'I'm feeling lucky' feature Photo: Reproduo / Feeling UnluckyFeeling Unlucky reverses Google's 'I'm feeling lucky' feature Photo: Reproduo / Feeling Unlucky

Feeling Unlucky reverses Google's 'I'm feeling lucky' feature Photo: Reproduo / Feeling Unlucky

If you've already clicked "I'm feeling lucky" when searching for a topic on Google, you know that the button redirects to the first result of the search page. The Feeling Unlucky site (I am unlucky, in free translation) does exactly the opposite and takes you to the last search result.

6. Paper Toilet (papertoilet.com)

The purpose of the Paper Toilet website is to pull a roll of toilet paper until the cardboard remains. Photo: Reproduction / Paper ToiletThe purpose of the Paper Toilet website is to pull a roll of toilet paper until the cardboard remains. Photo: Reproduction / Paper Toilet

The purpose of the Paper Toilet website is to pull a roll of toilet paper until the cardboard remains. Photo: Reproduction / Paper Toilet

Pull out a roll of virtual toilet paper until the cardboard remains. This silly joke is the only purpose of the Paper Toilet site, which can end up becoming quite addictive. For a better experience, access the page on a device with a touchscreen.

7. Patience is a Virtue (www.patience-is-a-virtue.org)

Test your patience with the website Patience is a Virtue Photo: Reproduction / Patience is a VirtueTest your patience with the website Patience is a Virtue Photo: Reproduction / Patience is a Virtue

Test your patience with the website Patience is a Virtue Photo: Reproduction / Patience is a Virtue

Test your patience with the website Patience is a Virtue (Pacincia uma Virtude, in Portuguese), which never finishes loading.

8. Staggering Beauty (staggeringbeauty.com)

Staggering Beauty website brings a creature that moves in a bizarre way Photo: Reproduo / Staggering BeautyStaggering Beauty website brings a creature that moves in a bizarre way Photo: Reproduo / Staggering Beauty

Staggering Beauty website brings a creature that moves in a bizarre way Photo: Reproduo / Staggering Beauty

The Staggering Beauty website features a creature that sways in a very strange way, in the best "doll of the post" style, whenever you hover over it. To complete the bizarre, if you move the cursor very fast, colored lights began to flash in the background, as in a psychedelic ballad.

9. Fidget Spinner (fidgetspin.xyz)

Site allows you to play with fidget spinner online Photo: Reproduo / Fidget SpinnerSite allows you to play with fidget spinner online Photo: Reproduo / Fidget Spinner

Site allows you to play with fidget spinner online Photo: Reproduo / Fidget Spinner

The fidget spinner, a toy that spins on the fingers with the help of bearings, was very successful in Brazil in 2017. This website recreates the product that hooked children and adults. To rotate the fidget spinner, simply use the mouse on computers or your finger in the case of devices with a touchscreen.

10. Quick Draw (quickdraw.withgoogle.com)

Test your drawing skills on the Quick Draw website Photo: Reproduo / Quick DrawTest your drawing skills on the Quick Draw website Photo: Reproduo / Quick Draw

Test your drawing skills on the Quick Draw website Photo: Reproduo / Quick Draw

The Quick Draw website is your chance to test how skillful you are with drawings and help to improve Google's artificial intelligence technologies. The tool provides 20 seconds for you to draw a simple object, while a neural network tries to guess what you are doodling.

11. Gravity Points (codepen.io/akm2/full/rHIsa)

Site proposes virtual experiment with the law of gravity Photo: Reproduction / Gravity PointsSite proposes virtual experiment with the law of gravity Photo: Reproduction / Gravity Points

Site proposes virtual experiment with the law of gravity Photo: Reproduction / Gravity Points

Fun and addictive, the Gravity Points website simulates a small scientific experiment in which you can add gravity points to different parts of the screen. The goal is to play with this law of the universe: increase or decrease the number of particles to see how they interact with points of gravity.

12. Cat Bounce (cat-bounce.com)

Website rains cats on the computer screen Photo: Reproduo / Cat BounceWebsite rains cats on the computer screen Photo: Reproduo / Cat Bounce

Website rains cats on the computer screen Photo: Reproduo / Cat Bounce

The name of the self-explanatory Cat Bounce site: the page shows cats jumping non-stop on a colored background. When zooming in or out, the screen background changes color. If you think things are too big, try clicking the "make it rain" button to see a rain of cats.

13. Koalas To The Max (koalastothemax.com)

Have fun with the Koalas To The Max website Photo: Reproduo / Koalas To The MaxHave fun with the Koalas To The Max website Photo: Reproduo / Koalas To The Max

Have fun with the Koalas To The Max website Photo: Reproduo / Koalas To The Max

One of the most addictive items on the list, this site is a good choice in times of boredom. Move the mouse over a circle so that it divides into two, then into four, eight and so on.

14. Noooooo !!! (nooooooooooooooo.com)

Press the blue button to hear a loud "no" scream Photo: Reproduo / Noooooo !!!Press the blue button to hear a loud "no" scream Photo: Reproduo / Noooooo !!!

Press the blue button to hear a loud "no" scream Photo: Reproduo / Noooooo !!!

The number of letters "o" in the name of this site is no accident. The page simply consists of a blue button that, when pressed, reproduces a loud "no" cry. Although it looks completely useless, some say the site helps relieve stress.

15. Pay For Nothing Club (payfornothing.club)

Pay For Nothing Club: website recruits new members for a club that offers absolutely no benefits Photo: Reproduo / Pay For Nothing ClubPay For Nothing Club: website recruits new members for a club that offers absolutely no benefits Photo: Reproduo / Pay For Nothing Club

Pay For Nothing Club: website recruits new members for a club that offers absolutely no benefits Photo: Reproduo / Pay For Nothing Club

"By paying less than the price of a cup of coffee, you can enjoy the comfort and tranquility that can only come from nowhere". This is the description of the Pay For Nothing Club website, which recruits new members for a club that offers absolutely no benefits. That's right. There is no advantage to being part of the Pay For Nothing Club, except having your name on the list of members. If you think that nobody would do such nonsense, try taking a look at the number of subscribers.

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