Because you're not me, I'll assume none of you are occupationally compelled to visit crucified-women.com. (And if it's not your job to look at it, this site definitely qualifies as Not Work Safe.) There's no professional obligation for you to be exposed to naked crucifixions staged with Poser art or, more dishearteningly, real desperate women. You surely needn't browse the site's magazine rack, with fake covers emblazoned with teaser text like "Should women be tortured and humiliated before crucifixion?" And you can avoid being berated with ads for tit-torture.net and its ilk.
Basically, unless you've already become a defeated husk of a man like myself, don't click on crucified-women.com. The realization of its existence alone should provide more than the recommended daily dose of depression.
2 PM: Steven J. accidentally drops his vintage Trapper Keeper, revealing erotic drawings of the ‘bunny girls’ emoji. The room draws silent. Slowly, member after member opens his/her notebooks and tablets, revealing dozens of pages of bunny girl emoji fanart. The room votes 12-0 never to speak of this again.
He was ripped off for True Detective, now Thomas Ligotti is being asked to review Pizza Hut's new Hotdog Pizza Bites.
Awful Links of the Day spotlights the worst and weirdest websites on the internet. And we're not talking "weird" in a good way either.