This week’s website is the World Health Organization, because AAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!
What Bird Did That: The Art of Ornithological Dejecta is a wing of the Museum of Non-Primate Art. Specifically, it deals with the art and culture of bird poop.
It turns out that the structure and artistry of bird poop art pieces varies wildly from bird species to bird species. It’s a whole art style that we humans have ignored!
This is all very serious and not a joke at all.
You know how I like ancient websites that are still around? Well, Plastic Living started in 1998 and is still being updated today. It still has that early internet aesthetic, though, so I LOVE it.
Plastic Living is a website that catalogues the history of plastic products. I like plastic, because through plastic humans have achieved near-immortality. The pharaohs really should have filled their tombs with plastic. When I die, plasticize my organs before sticking them in the gaudiest canopic jars that money can buy.
This week’s website is from a guy who loves talking about toilets: Toilet Guru.
Because I both love you and hate you.
In my strange internet adventures, I randomly came upon the Animated Muscle Women Wiki and… I… Wut?
They’re cataloging every instance of a muscly woman in animation, but whycome?
Apparently, it isn’t porn and nudity is banned from the wiki, but…. hhhmmmm…
I find this wiki anthropologically interesting and I think that it needs to be documented.
So, recently, I’ve taken an interest in perfume. Hey, isn’t paying exorbitant prices for stanky water kinda, well, stupid? Yeah, probably, but I’ve stopped caring about things.
Oi, hey, did you know that real perfumes are supposed to smell like more than one thing at a time? I usually just buy orange body mist, where the top notes are oranges, the middle notes are oranges and the base notes are oranges. I like citrus.
So, then I go to Fragrantica.com so I can learn about all the notes and sillage and whatnot of various perfumes and maybe start smelling like an adult for once, instead of ORANGES.
I especially like the purple prose that people use in their reviews there.