1. PLANE JANE

We Met on a Plane may sound like a good idea initially, but seriously, what are you going to post? “Hey, I was among the 200+ people you shared a flight with last Tuesday. I didn’t have the cojones to actually speak to you in person—I’m sure you find that quality very attractive in a man. If you see this, Facebook me!” We’ll be on the next flight departing this website. wemetonaplane.com

2. BROLOSOPHY

Here’s an example of the kind of advice the bros of Brotips serve up to their fellow bros: “Carry small bills. Paying for everything in 20s makes you look like a drug dealer.” We’re not about to revisit a site that wants us to feel bad for getting our cash from an ATM, and we’d rather not have our wallet be mistaken for a stripper’s. brotips.com

3. JUST BEAT IT

Guess what kind of information website How Long To Beat has on offer. (What? No! That’s disgusting!) This is a listing of the average time it takes to complete various video games. While outing yourself as a closeted Dungeons & Dragons Online player is bad enough, the URL isn’t doing your browser history any favors, either. howlongtobeat.com

4. KEEP YOUR DAY JOB

Type your real name into Porn Star Name Generator and the website will provide an alias for you to use in your porn career. But hold off on the business cards: We entered “Dirk Diggler” as a real name and received “Schlomo Black” as a suggestion in return. What the generator should have responded with, of course, is “Dirk Diggler,” which everybody knows is the ultimate porn star name. Deleted. pr0nname.com

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5. SEEKING LEGAL ADVICE

Talk about a stark reminder of the times. Seeking Arrangement connects older, wealthier folks with younger, more attractive people who need money. You get the idea. “While some societies may have laid down a set of unsaid rules about what is morally acceptable…” We’ll cut it right there; we’re pretty sure that rule is not unsaid, and we believe it’s called prostitution. seekingarrangement.com

6. F THIS SITE

The idea behind F My Life is simple: You post your sob story, and other people click either “I agree, your life sucks” or “You deserved it.” For one, the site is now popular enough that your boss and wife or girlfriend (the likely sources of your quandary) are likely to stumble upon your post—which will, incidentally, result in great material for your next post. Then again, you probably deserve it. fmylife.com

7. AFFAIRS OUT OF ORDER

“Life is short. Have an affair.” So goes the slogan of Ashley Madison, the infamous dating website for people already in committed relationships. To narrow down your choices, AM provides you with a one-sentence summary of your possible mistress. Our favorite so far: “Pierced.” Classy site. ashleymadison.com

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8. DYING TO KNOW

If you thought WebMD was bad, don’t go near this one. (The tagline for website Do I Have It is, “Worried about being sick? You will be…”) If you don’t immediately think your kidneys are failing (“kidney failure can have very few symptoms to begin with”), it won’t be long before you find something to freak out about. This one’s worth deleting purely to avoid an accidental click later. doihaveit.com

9. CUT THE FAT

This Is Why You’re Fat is basically a guide to cheat meals, with pictures and descriptions of cheeseburgers, cakes, and breakfast sandwiches—a sort of ironic food porn, with yummy treats under the website’s defaming moniker. After lunch, simply go to this site, and if your meal isn’t on there you should be good. If it is, well, that’s probably why you’re fat. thisiswhyyourefat.com

10. I CAN EXPLAIN…

Technically, there’s nothing wrong with Dragon Ball Z, the popular Japanese anime series (but seriously, you’re a grown-ass man), but that website URL probably looks pretty weird to anyone who’s never heard of the show. dragonballz.com

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