Looking for the best websites? Then you’re in the wrong place because these are the top 10 worst websites that once seen, you can’t unsee.

Top 10 Worst Websites You Can’t Unsee

10. Return Of Kings

69.9k Visits Per Month***

Return of Kings is a website advocating male dominance that looks down on women (especially American women) and minorities.

Essentially, if you wanted to return to a time where women were barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen, then you sir are a girly man and you’re not he-man enough for this website.

***The site announced it was taking a brief hiatus in 2018, thankfully, it appears they’re still vacationing. Well, at least they won’t go any lower on our worst websites list.

9. Rense

1.04 Million Views Per Month

Rense is an Alt News aggregate site which I can’t decide what’s worse, the design of the site.

Or the ridiculous conspiracy theory stories they somehow find in the darkest, scummiest corners of the internet?

Here’s a few examples of the idiocy they post.

8. Yahoo Answers

58.3 Million Views Per Month

The amount of harmful medical advice and general disinformation garnered from yahoo answers is staggering.

There’s literally no question being asked on Yahoo Answers where people aren’t being rude and trolling.

Good News: Yahoo Answers announced they’re shutting down on May 4th, 2021.

Bad News: Yahoo Answers will become a read-only site, meaning you’ll still be able to read years worth of harmful medical advice and general disinformation.

7. BuzzFeed

137 Million Views Per Month

Look up the definition of “ClickBait” and you’ll find BuzzFeed’s logo.

With stories titled “32 Weirdly Specific And Wildly Disturbing T-Shirts I Can’t Believe Actually Exist” and ” 32 Weirdly Specific And Wildly Disturbing T-Shirts I Can’t Believe Actually Exist“. This website is full of clickbait, cringe, and offensive stupidity.

6. Vyond (formerly known as GoAnimate

1.3 Million Views Per Month

Vyond is a cloud-based platform for creating and distributing animated videos known as “grounded videos” or “punishment day videos”.

These videos usually feature characters such as the protagonists from animated children’s programs, including CaillouDora the ExplorerLittle BillArthur, and others acting ridiculously out of character and generally getting into trouble, resulting in over-the-top punishments.

Here is an example of Vyond’s Idiocy

5. Run The Gauntlet

127k Visits Per Month

Anyone visiting Run the gauntlet will think they just stumbled upon a normal news website.

They show normal thumbnail pictures of politicians such as Joe Biden, screenshots of MSNBC, and CNN, or even story link photos of Sarah Palin, and Bill O’Reilly.

But clicking on a link titled: Girls reaction to hail destroying her car in Texas storm, brings you to a place you can’t unsee.

That’s where Run The Gauntlet posts the sites REAL links complete with thumbnails to such stories as:

  • Barfing At Video Game Videos
  • Watch SUV runs over Motorist
  • Unexpected Insertions (think anal)

4. Documenting Reality

848k Views Per Month

Documenting Reality is a website devoted to posting REAL death photos and videos that were taken from around the world.

At least they have enough decency left to post “Warning Graphic Images”

3. Encyclopedia Dramatica

78k View Per Month

If you’re looking for tasteless shock humor, annoying links to adult websites, and computer viruses, then this is the site for you.

Encyclopedia Dramatica claims to be satirical but it promotes a variety of horrible things including stalking, trolling/cyberbullying, child pornography, racism, and the like.

3. Pornhub

3.76 BILLION Views Per Month

Whether it’s the size of someone’s genitals, a situation leading up to a couple wanting to engage, or someone lusting over an object or animal.

Without even a page that verifies if you are old enough to visit the site, Pornhub has ruined countless childhoods if a youngster happens to visit by mistake.

The worst part about Pornhub with so many videos showing extremely exaggerated sizes of genitals, breasts, and surreal situations which supposedly lead up to sex, etc.

One has to wonder how many men logging into PornHub developed warped views about sex, or now feel they’re inadequate to satisfy a woman?

Men, please note: The average penis size of a normal size male is 5″.

3. rule34.paheal.net

22 million Views Per Month

How God awful is this website? It does not allow child porn, yet they allow child porn.

Their motto is “if it exists, there’s porn of it”, and yes this includes:

  • Animal torture.
  • Child pornography.
  • Animal pornography.
  • Anime/Hentai of girls cutting limbs and girls giving birth.
  • Creepy/Sick, Disgusting fan drawings
  • Miscarriage pictures

But unlike Pornhub, they at least have a landing page warning you that if you enter you can’t unsee what you’re about to see.

1. GodHatesFags

101k Views Per Month

The Westboro Baptist Church and Phelps family are notorious for their signs proclaiming anti-homosexuality epithets such as “God Hates Fag,” and references to Biblical verses to revile homosexuality.

Since June 2005, the Reverend Fred Phelps and the Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) have conducted protests at funerals of U.S. military personnel killed in the War on Terror.

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