7 Dangerous Websites You Should Never Ever Visit!

The Death Clock

Hello, guys! Today we are giving you some friendly advice as to where not to go in this crazy playground we call the internet. So it’s a big warning and you should never ever visit these websites. This is the list of 7 websites you should never visit and please just don’t go there at any cost.

Take A Look At The List Of 7 Dangerous Websites You Should Never Ever Visit

1. The Death Clock

The Death Clock

I don’t care what kind of stuff some of you may believe in, but I refuse to believe that a computer generated random response death clock can accurately predict the date of my death. I don’t even want to know the date of my death even if it is accurate. The website Death clock claims to be able to accurately predict the date that you’re going to die. This can be psychologically very distracting and you should never engage in this type of crazy stuff.

2. Magic 8 Ball

Magic 8 Ball

A lot like the Death Clock, the magic 8-ball pretends to be able to guide your life. So it’s basically you give 8 balls a good shake and ask a question like does he like me?

 And the ball gives you an answer on the basis of that. Sources say that all of your dreams are literally crushed. You shake again and you get a completely different answer. So this is basically a lot like the prediction that can help you to take decisions at times. It can get very creepy, for example, I asked if he knows where I live and it can answer ‘Yes’.

3. Take This Lollipop

Take This Lollipop

The website ‘Take This Lollipop’ dares you to take a shiny blue lollipop. But by taking the lollipop, you share your Facebook details with the site. You’re then greeted with a really creepy corridor followed by an even creepier guy browsing your Facebook photo and messages. 

He’s very sweaty for some reason or another and his fingers are kind of gross. He seems to be getting a sick tortured pleasure from creeping you. He then gets up and gets in his car to find you and creep you in real life. The video then ends with a red lollipop with a razor in it. Now the whole thing is actually a propaganda film to warn people of the dangerous results of sharing too much detail on the Internet.

4. is one of those websites that contains very disturbing content on their website. This site is not safe for work and contains all the things that are not to be seen. It includes extreme knife fights and other disturbing things. Our advice would be that you should better keep yourself away from these kinds of websites.

5. Rate My Poo

Rate My Poo

Unfortunately, this is one that I really wish I had never seen. I’m not sure I’m ever gonna forget it or not. Rate my poo is a website where you literally do just that. You have to rate other people’s poos and get them to rate yours. Basically, you take a picture of it, upload it and people can give it a score of out of 10. There are a few people who would actually really enjoy this site. This is really a disgusting thing to visit on the internet.

6. 4 Chan

4 Chan

4 Chan is generally a much darker and more anonymous version of Reddit. It does get pretty dark and I would absolutely recommend that you should be well clear of it. On 4 Chan, anything goes which is kind of the problem and you literally don’t know what you’re going to find? Someone may be leading a group of idiots into microwaving their new iPhones whilst another will be posting a picture of a freshly murdered body. 

So, you don’t actually need to go on there to see and do bad things. Not all 4 Chan users are the devil but unfortunately, the anonymity of the site has allowed for nude celebrity picture leaks, child porn, animal abuse, threats of violence and cyber bullying. I would suggest you stay away from this website.

7. Silk Road

Silk Road

So to be honest, you’ll probably never find yourself here. Silk Road is a dark web website that allows you to buy and sell drugs as well as if the allegations are true, you can hire a hitman to kill people on your behalf. The initial Silk Road which labeled itself as an anonymous marketplace was created by William Albrecht and was run on to offer hidden services. 

So, users could browse anonymously. The FBI later seized the site and Silk Road 2.0 was created and then shut down again. So, there is still a Silk Road but you should better stay away from it.


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