Humor: (Dada) Time Waster web sites (2)

Also in the best tradition of the dadaist nihilistic movement from the 1920s, this site neither does anything nor provides any useful information – but in difference to the two others we have introduced in a previous post this one also has some kind of political aspect and if it’s just a name.

The web site with the title “B.O. Is Your New Bicycle” provides you with a new teaser line every time you click on the text.

Our favorite so far: “B.O. spent the afternoon setting up your router”. The HTML source contains this hint: “hey what’s up my name is m.h. and b.o. *is* my new bicycle

Click on the image below for the link

link to B.O. is your new

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