The Yuckiest Site on the Internet

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Jean Armour Polly, Common Sense Media
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The site name says it all: Who could ask for more?

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Positive Messages
Violence & Scariness
Sexy Stuff
Language

The section on the human body contains some slang words for body functions.

Consumerism
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that although this site promises "yucky," it's really not all that bad. Both bugs and bodily fluids fascinate kids and this site delivers. Families who visit it will come away with a new appreciation of worms, roaches, and the mysterious (and often noisy) workings of the human body. There are no ads.

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Kid, 12 years old June 14, 2009

Uhhh...GROSS!!

This IS gross ! Hello ? I'm a girly girl...this was not my kind of entertainment. This is offically the yuckiest site, I clicked on the human body thing..... Continue reading

What's it about?

Wendell the Worm Reporter is your guide to the fascinating underground life of worms and worm-like creatures. Then come up for air and visit Roach World. Ralph Roach explains roach anatomy, amazing roach facts, and then takes you on a behind the scenes tour to A Day in the Life of a Roach. The yuckiest part of the yuckiest site is the "Gross and Cool Body" section. There you'll learn about "poop, dandruff, sweat, zits, ear wax, digestion, circulation, and more!" This whole section has audio "illustrations" with simulated flatulence and toilet flushing sounds. There's also a Yucky games area.

Is it any good?

Kids will love giggling at this yucky but harmless site.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about how many of the things we think are "gross" are actually very normal and serve an important function in the body. Parents of tweens and teens can talk about how advertising can make us feel embarrassed about sweating, getting zits, and other normal changes that occur during puberty. Which companies make money off of our embarrassment?

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