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Two useful "Porn" websites - Earth porn and Word porn!!

I know that the word "porn" can easily grab the attention. Well, it certainly is a head turner for me and for many people even though they will never admit it, that is why I put the title as that, deliberately. But the websites I am going to present is not the "usual porn sites", but very informative and interesting. Check out the sites and you will find out that I was not lying.


The website is a treasure trove of wonderful information about different places all around the world with stunning photographs. In addition to that there are many articles encompassing  trivia on animals and articles on human life - amazing deeds and actions of human beings, life style etc. Also presented are several videos. They are active on facebook too and by liking their facebook page, you will receive wonderful photographs and description about different places all around the world on your timeline on a daily basis. Very good indeed. Enjoy this  "Green pornography", no harm will occur to you.

"Runde Burning Sunset" - Runde, Norway - Photo by Alessandro Terzi
"Runde Burning Sunset" - Runde, Norway - Photo by Alessandro Terzi
"Cloud Forest" - mossy Tararua Forest Park, New Zealand - Photo by Rob Brown
"Cloud Forest" - mossy Tararua Forest Park, New Zealand - Photo by Rob Brown
Stokksnes, Iceland  by Vincent Xeridat
Stokksnes, Iceland by Vincent Xeridat


Next one is a facebook community. It presents totally unconventional and an amazing list of words with their meanings. Such words (every day) makes your vocabulary formidable. Most of the words presented in wordporn are not the ones which we usually encounter in our normal book reads and newspaper reads. Some of them are very very useful, which can be used under common situations which will make the listener aghast. Here are some examples,
I don't know how many times, I experienced this in my life!!


Everybody loves rain, but did you know the word for love of rain  before?
Many people suffer from this!! 


How about this? I am proud to be a sapiosexual
And there are quotes too, try this!!




So, I am winding up, Go through the websites, You will never regret ......

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