1. It is veritably, absolutely not good for you to watch.
2. You cannot look away.
If you've ever wanted to be exposed to some of the rull real humanity out there on the internet - for all of it's terrifying gorgeosity - I'd recommend playing around on Your World of Text. It's not all inane insanity- it could potentially have all sorts of productive, artsy, or even surreptitious [read: fun] applications. Make use of your imagination as you read this copied summary from another site ['cause I'm lazy]:
Your World of Text is an infinite grid of text editable by any visitor. The changes made by other people appear on your screen as they happen. Everyone starts in the same place, but you can scroll through the world using your mouse.One can only imagine what must be out there, but ya' oughta just have a look for yourself. Apparently this has been around for a minute [at least since '09], but I can't ever see this sort of thing falling out of popularity- at least, as long as the Blessed Internet lives [may it be eternally, Ah-men]. No, I'm pretty godsdamn sure there'll always be a need for a gigantic wall for people to spray craziness all over, be it digital or brick.
Put any letters at the end of the URL to go to a new world. For example, http://yourworldoftext.com/forexample. They all start off blank. If you use something hard to guess, no one will be able to visit your world unless you tell them about it. [source]
Here's one of my favorite bits so far; it's good for a giggle if you really get creative with the sort of person that might have written it and the circumstances in which they found themselves (which could be said for pretty much anything you can find on YWoT):
Best wishes for no tummy aches, you wonderful midnight-robot-stoners.