Simple and effective concept - hold a vinyl sleeve against your face so as to finish of the rest of it with your body. The result is a surreal illusion which appears much more realistic than you'd think. The website consists of a collection of the user-submitted pictures which create an affect similar to that of Dear Photograph.
Father-child pictures with swapped heads - because they can - made through the art of photo editing. This bizarre collection will get you laughing purely out of the surrealism. If you're looking for pictures of (abnormally) grown men crying, or bulky babies, this is where you'll find them.
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".
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.
This touching website shares an original approach of looking back at old memories. Old photographs are taken back to the place of their creation and held up back in place - comparing old to new, or looking back at how things have changed. Even though the memories won't be specific to you, it's a refreshing look to the past nonetheless.