Usually agony aunts are warm and comforting. This one, however, will tell you as it is, disregarding the pleasantries of nice-ing it up a little. If you can see past the jovial arrogance, it's really quite refreshing. Or you could just look watch as someone gets the common-sense slap in the face they deserve.
Explaining abstract terms, generally created by younger generations or the deepest crevices of the internet. If someone online voices a term that flies completely over your head, quickly search it on here, then report back, as if you knew it all along. No doubt they'll have done the same thing the first time they heard it.
Another self-explanitory titled website. This feed documents the bizarre, strange or simply outrageous things some guy's dad says. You just need to have a quick check to realise this old man says some ingeniusly funny things, most of which seem to rely on a fair few swears, for good measure. It's now just a twitter feed (boo, hiss).
One of the more controversial feeds. People post their surreal stories or whimsical discoveries of being high on marijuana. Some share the sporadic bursts sudden insight on weird topics, and others share their out-of-character behaviours while high. Whether you're for or against, they're quite entertaining to read, nonetheless.
This is what Wikipedia would be like if was run by a highly insulting angry teenager. Entries are blunt, offensive, inconsiderate, rude but also pretty funny. Simply start by searching for you in it for an example, it'll give you a nice taste of the obnoxious theme spread throughout it's heartless description of the world.