Top Legal Things on the Internet that Seem Illegal

  1. Insane couponing where the store actually has to pay you.

  2. As a 34 y/o dude, porn. I went from the Sears Catalog to Basic Instinct to individual pages torn from porn mags to VHS porn to mid 90’s internet stills (loading line by excruciating line) to DVDs and finally to online video. I still can’t believe it’s free and legal. “Are you 18?” Yup. No credit card or subscription required. Prior to the mid 90’s, no one ever thought this would happen.

  3. You can buy uranium ore on amazon.

    I’ve always wondered whether it’s possible to weaponize it or not.

  4. You can watch couples live their day-by-day lives in their apartments and they are completely aware of it at www.reallifecam.com [NSFW]

    I feel so evasive for watching them

    Protip: Leora likes to walk around naked and in her panties ALOT

  5. You can buy a ton of different hallucinogenic plants. Totally legal. Also the Mario mushrooms(amanita muscaria),the red and white mushroom that Mario eats. They fuck you up though, in real life.

  6. The fact that you can buy a kilo of pure caffeine on the internet seems like it should be illegal to me… proof

  7. Those forums where people talk about intentionally spreading STDs and have counters of how many people they’ve spread it to.

  8. Steam sales. Them price cuts, my god.

  9. Photos of dead people.

    I don’t mean all the photos, but I remember a post to /r/morbidreality or /r/wtf not long ago of a man who had hung himself. The OP had a rental property and then man was being kicked out and when OP went there to clean up after he had left, he found him….and took a photo of him and put it on the internet. It just seemed so wrong. Like his family should have had to give permission or something.

    I’m massively into morbid photos etc, and I can understand things such as someone getting hit by a car or something on CCTV, but personal things like that, I just don’t know. I don’t even really know what makes the two different, but something does.

  10. I Ireland it’s 100% legal to torrent just about anything. But it is illegal to upload it, share it or distribute it for profit.

  11. Buying stuff on United Nuclear.

  12. Jerking off to pics of your crush on FB. (We’re still in HS)

    I mean, at first it felt so morally wrong, but then it felt soo good.

  13. The fact that online websites don’t charge tax but your local brick and mortar store does.

    I’m all for competition, but this is unfair.

  14. Comcast.

  15. Chinese-made trinkets for $.28 a pop. It feels like with free shipping, they’re paying me to accept their steampunk octopus necklace.