Ultimate Guide to the Internet
Detailed Review of the most important social media, apps, and other questionable sites...
Instagram- for communication. It will also take your soul (and probably steal your ideas as well).
Facebook- basically your go to log in. Otherwise, it's for parents, babies, questionable news, and unsolicited friend requests from people you never liked.
Twitter- Trumps' former pulpit, now for the news. The owner looks like a modern-day hippie Jesus but really is an evil genius hell-bent on control.
Reddit- for important news and basically the last place for anything awesome on the internet.
Pinterest- for pictures, memes, quotes, and recipes. Also, a place for awesomeness.
Tik Tok- for fun and music. Dance tutorials also the heavyweight king of the internet. It's 1-0 against presidents.
Spotify- the only streaming music service worth mentioning
Amazon- a giant online flea market. They sell so much junk when you go for a return some items they don't even take back- and they still refund you—also slave labor.
Etsy- support actual people creating shit.
eBay- Often forget it exists, but it's always there when you need it. Online auction. Random shit
LinkedIn- How to stalk that person who is way more successful than you and then ask them for a job.
Youtube- cat videos and conspiracy theories- ever wonder how to weld steel and forge a sword- find out how on Youtube.
Yelp- for when business suck
Tumblr- was for porn.
Snapchat-still for porn.
Onlyfans- Socially acceptable porn.
Pornhub- where people that still use Facebook go for porn.
Discord- cool but confusing. For gamers and anime
Steam- online gaming platform to buy video games, and if you suck at video games, you can still flex by outspending everyone.
Twitch- YouTube for video games. Awesome club scene. #plamp
Medium- the one site writers and readers both agree on. Honestly- it's great.
Soundcloud- for "rappers."
Tinder- honestly, I don't even know what this is for anymore.
Bumble- less how do I say, inappropriate or unsolicited pics. Girls pick first.
Plenty of Fish- been around forever but still has nothing to do with aquatic life or sea creatures. Big disappointment.
WhatsApp- a free messaging service in exchange for all your private data.
Paypal- just brokered the biggest and only deal with China- I wonder what did they have to do to get that? *scratches head. Google it-
Google-the search engine you've probably been using since the internet was created- yet did you ever stop to ask yourself, why? Google is a search engine- there are more than one. It uses algorithms so powerful they actually tell you what to think. Also, it's your higher power and your daddy.
Myspace- for memories of where it all started.