The Weirdest Stuff on the Web
Welcome to the darkest parts of this site. Some of these pages are downward disgusting, some are downward ridiculous. Most of these ‘things’ are several years old and as time went on I started to find some of these pages disgusting and immoral too. But something in me prevents me from deleting them... I guess it's “the dark side of my mind” or something like that...
IMPORTANT: click here before viewing ANY of these pages. Viewing anything in the 'Weird Stuff' section is solely at your own risk!
Make Your Choice...
- The (in)famous Canary Bird in the Microwave Oven
This is the oldest and probably silliest page in this site, added around March 1997 and left untouched since then (except for the sound being converted to mp3 format). To my stupefaction, before the disclaimer page was added some people tended to believe there is something real or even marginally serious about it.
- Garfield Sans
If you are disappointed by the downwardly spiraling quality of the newest Garfield comics, this may be something for you. Look what happens if Garfield and other characters or objects are erased from the comics and things start mutating...
- Kotnet.absurd (Dutch only)
Dit is wat uitleg over de inmiddels op sterven na dode usenet nieuwsgroep ‘kotnet.absurd’ van binnen Kotnet van de K.U. Leuven. Bevat enkele hoogtepunten van toen het er nog bruiste van het leven.
- The Weird Weapons Page
If you tend to take any of this for serious, time to work on your sense of reality!
- The Guido Thirion Stories
These stories are an attempt to create the most perverse piece of literature you'll ever read. The texts themselves are even older than the ‘canary’: from 1993 to 1995. Don't forget to read the disclaimer first, and make sure your last meal was at least two hours ago.
- The Random Archive
This is a fairly “normal” page, although you may find some weird files here.
- Spacy 3D
This is a relic from the primitive internet, preserved in its original state. It contains way too much moving stuff, the colour scheme from an LSD trip, blink tags, and some animated GIFs with rendered 3D animations. To top it off, there's a load of ridiculous warnings that were relevant around 1997. Keep in mind that at that time, an alarmingly high fraction of all websites looked just like that page.
- Vragen aan Kardinaal Danneels (Dutch only)
Dit is een lijst van vragen aan Kardinaal Danneels die opgesteld werd door de leerlingen van het 5de leerjaar van het Sint-Albertuscollege in 1995.
- Weird Links (some may be dead, you can report this if you like)