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After being active for 20 years, they've managed to add a shit ton of blogs that aren't necessarily gay-related. Some of these blogs are about male actors who look fucking fantastic, but you won't see anything explicit. Other blogs are about girls or something that has nothing to do with sexuality or people at all. I've seen a blog about revolving doors, so you see what I'm talking about, right? I have no idea why Omg.blog is placed in the collection that usually features gay stuff, but it's here for some reason. I guess it's because of those nude or partially nude pictures of male actors or celebrities. That's the most sexual thing you'll see here, but those pictures are not necessarily gay. Some of these actors have wives or girlfriends, so if some girl wanted to, she could please herself with an image of Michael B. Jordan, for example! Even though this place seems like a site with all kinds of news, it's not. If you open one of these topics, you won't find much info, so we can't say that they are news. They are not news and aren't porn, so what are these blogs actually. I guess these are just some short commercials for various products, like Calvin Klein, or just blogs that give you information about something that doesn't have any real impact on the world. In other words, this place is filled with all kinds of nonsense that won't have any effect on you or the way you think!
Almost 3.000 pages of articlesThis shouldn't be a big surprise considering the site has been around for 20 years. In total, they have over 20.000 different articles, so if you're up for reading a bunch of shit, you'll have something to do on this site. All of these articles include some photos, which seems like the best part to me, but since I haven't checked out many articles, I can't tell with absolute certainty if some articles include a lot more text than the few I've seen. If I'm not wrong, the point of these articles is to redirect you to some other place. I just knew something was off when I saw a couple of sentences below each picture. Those are just hyperlinks that will take you to another site where you can read a story and find out a lot more than you can on Omg.blog! Even though that's nice, we're not here to talk about external sites. This means you won't find much stuff to look at or read on this particular site! I can't stop thinking about what's the purpose of this place. You get to see a picture of some random topic or famous actor, which is pretty much it. People wouldn't even think about coming here if it weren't for those hyperlinks. It seems pretty stupid to go to this site to look at pictures because they are not sexual at all. If you wanted to find something like that, you would go to a regular porn site, right?
Use tags to find similar articlesTags can be helpful anywhere, even on a blog! Usually, I would use tags on a porn site, but this time, it seems like I can use them on a random blog. They work just like any other tags, so if you are interested in celebrities, you'll pick that tag and check out all the articles that include celebrities. You can choose other stuff like LGBTQ+, fashion, or something else that seems interesting to you. I have a feeling that this site is one big clickbait! They put OMG everywhere, even though nothing of the stuff I've seen is something extraordinary. For example, there's an article named OMG, he's naked: daddy Dominic Purcell in 'Turkey Shoot.' To be honest, there's nothing wow about that. Sure, he gets naked in that scene, but you don't see anything. His back is turned to the camera, so you can just see a part of his ass and back, which is basically nothing! I certainly wouldn't stop for this scene, but it seems like others would! After a while, I realized that every article includes the OMG in the title, so I'm guessing it's because of the site's name. It has nothing to do with the actual article they're writing about. Since I've started talking about things that make no sense, listen to this! I've found one article on the first page, with the "click here and read more" button. Of course, I did that, and guess what happened? Fucking nothing! Instead of seeing one sentence on the homepage, I could read another additional sentence. I don't have good news for you if that's the case with all articles. As I know, the purpose of blogs is to write about all kinds of things and, of course, post pictures. They've covered the part with pictures, but what's up with the lack of text? Is it really that hard to write something instead of redirecting people to other sites?
They post something new every dayIf they weren't posing frequently, they probably wouldn't appear on the first couple of pages of Google and would eventually go out of business. From what I've seen, they add something new a couple of times every day, so if you're up for some partially nude pictures or up for reading some nonsense, you'll find something new every time you return to the site. However, I certainly wouldn't pick this place as my go-to site when I feel like watching nudes or getting informed about something! To be honest, I came across one article that kind of scared me. This fucking dude put on a wig, makeup, and who knows what else to make himself look like a woman, but here's the thing. He created a fucking monster, not a girl. I'm guessing that was his point because no one would do that to himself unless it was for some prank or some fucked-up event! Not only are there some freaky articles here, but you can also watch interviews for those same things to find out why they did what they did. Honestly, I couldn't give less fucks about those people and the things they decided to do, but it's nice they've included some sort of an explanation because I'm pretty sure many other people will have the same reaction as I did! As I've said, not everything here is gay-related, but this one article was really out of place. It was just some art gallery, but hear me out! It was listed under the LGBTQ+ category. I have no fucking idea why they would mark these pictures as a part of that community; maybe the artist was gay or some other shit, but I wasn't interested enough to do detailed research! Since I've mentioned the LGBTQ+ category, I'd like to point out that many articles are put under that category. I understand why some things are placed in there, but other articles look like they have nothing to do with the gay or trans community! I know it's not up to me to decide these things, but it's just weird seeing some successful athlete being placed in that category, and nowhere is it stated that he's gay!
Over 20.000 articles about various thingsBlogs are places where you get to see all kinds of things, including some gay stuff. Omg.blog isn't exceptional, honestly, but one thing caught my attention. All of their titles have OMG in them, and I have no idea what that is. Initially, I thought these articles would blow my mind or something like that because they wouldn't mark them with Oh My God, but I guess I was wrong. They've put that word just because that's the site's name! They have been around for 20 years, so it's understandable why they have over 20.000 different articles. Some of them are gay-related, and others have nothing to do with sexuality. However, if you are looking for nudity or stuff that's usually seen on porn sites, you came to the wrong place. I've seen some posts where nude pictures from movies were included, but you couldn't see anything. If you're okay with just looking at naked butts or partially nude guys, you might find something nice, but don't be coming here hoping to find the same level of entertainment as on a porn site! Even though they already have plenty of stuff here, they add something new a couple of times a day. If they weren't doing that, they wouldn't appear at the top of Google searches and would go out of business. One last thing I want to say. This site might be named OMG, but to be honest, nothing this place has to offer seemed unique or better than the stuff you would find on other similar sites!
- 20.000+ articles
- Daily uploads
- The articles don't seem very interesting