Random TinyURL Explorer

Your ticket to the unknown is: [Not available].

Huh / FAQ / Qué / WTF?

TinyURL is a free and useful service (how many of those are there these days?) where long URLs are translated into tiny ones, identified by a random set of letters. This page does the opposite, and randomly generates the letters, then allows you to visit the corresponding page. The end result of this is sort of a random page feature for the internet, but notably a page that someone needed a shorter URL for. Think of it a little like Wikipedia's random article feature, but more random.

Quite a number of the URLs point pages which no longer exist. Quite a few of them point at things you'd never want to see, then again some of it is truly fascinating. I'm not in any way related to, afilliated with, or responsible for TinyURL, nor the sites the link above may point to.

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