I reckon that this is about the worst website I've ever seen.
It's for Mia, a recording artist.
Anyone like to nominate anything worse?
WARNING: DON'T LOOK IF YOU SUFFER FROM EPILEPSY, OR HAVE TO OPERATE MACHINERY IN THE NEXT HOUR.
(I reckon it's a brilliant piece of viral marketing to get publicity )
This reminds me of a webpage that would've been published in the 80's (if graphical websites were around back then).
OMG! i have never seen such a site in my life....my eyes popped out the moment the page started to load.....
Holy God...I thought that type of HTML went out with the dinosaurs
I had to edit that response. I originally had so many "H's" in there I actually broke the HubPages design! Looks like i found a glitch.
All that said, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Results 1 - 10 of about 820 linking to www.miauk.com.
LOL, Eric! Yes, that one is not the place to go if you suffer from epilepsy!
Do they actually want people to leave lol. Here is another site that claims to be the worst site in order to demonstrate what "not" to do.
Well, with 30000 backlinks and PR6 she might have the audience that appreciates this king of - umm - glamour
Certainly not a site I'd show my wife...who IS epileptic. Reckon the druggies love it.
http://www.miauk.com/mia-art.html - lol I ventured onto another page (each page has different backgrounds).
You can even download a desktop background for the ultimate MS Paint inspired background! Just like the ones I used to make at age 10 when we got our first computer. Too funny. I bet most of these graphics (parts of them, at least) were designed in Paint.
This picture collage is interesting in a busy sort of way:
It is like, freeeeaky! But out'a sight in it's own way!
I am glad you posted this site over here, otherwise I would have died without even knowing that there is a site that is worse than the first site I made playing with html tags.
Whoa, dude. I am going to get my 3D glasses.
(The above message is funnier if you imagine Keanu Reeves reading it to you)
Why is everyone hanging out at a bad website in the first place? I think I will not even look after reading all these awful comments. ha ha
Well, it must be working for her.
Her store is Sold Out.
I happen to know Eric is a massive fan of MIA and this is a cunning way of spamming the forums. By the way Eric, can you get me tickets for MIA's next gig?
Wow. That IS "mentally disturbing". A visitor can last about a hundredth of a second on there.
Okay, this isn't the wost website, but--shameless plug alert--I created a website I deliberately wanted to be boring. It's called "The World's Most Boring Website."
If nearly every views it then maybe they're a genius!!! LOL
That's a good place to go if you need to use the "I've got a headache" excuse for anything.
After you've looked at it, you can go to this one to recover.
The repulsion of others sure gets it a lot of hits, though. I am not even going to look !
"miauk" is appropriate. It seems taste and eyesight were "MIA" when that site was designed.
What was that?????
OMG, my laptops now being funny. Got a shock too i guess. Hope its not crashing. Thats all i need now.
What in the *&^%% , my goodness that site is to busy, here is the routing click-on click off if only they had a clapper. lollolo
OMG!!! I think I've been blinded! My senses have taken a great offense to this!!!
It's not for Mia, it is for MIA, a female recording artist of Sri Lankan (Tamil) Descent. She wrote and performed Paper Planes, amongst other songs. She's an amazing artist, and this type of graphic work is typical of her style, though I agree, the site requires shades to visit.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6iEe_1k … ature=fvst
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