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.
You should probably just ignore this one. Just leave it alone and pay no attention to it, it has no apparent beneficial value. In fact, you're probably better to visit it, excessively, so it exceeds it's bandwidth and gets kicked out of the internet. So if you care about the internet at all, you should probably considering the possibility of maybe looking into this.
The tagline summarises perfectly: "Emails from an A**hole". This guy stalks casual goods-trading adverts looking for opportune moments to strike. His facade of the village idiot contrasts with the actual genius of the ideas. Whether he's trying to sell them something entirely inappropriate, or working with an advert's ambiguities - he's guaranteed wind them up.
Destructive capabilities of children captured in a website. The imagination of kids when it comes to defacing things and people has to be admired. Discovering hundreds of new uses of glue, breaking things thought to be unbreakable - needless to say, this website will never run out of material. Have a look at the sibling sites also, all in the format of "Shit my ____ ruined".
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.