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This is the most exclusive website in the world

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"Oh, you mean you haven't been to the roving pop-up speakeasy roof top terrace bar? They did the best Old Fashioneds of last summer. How do you make a booking? Oh you can't darling - it's exclusive."

That, in essence, is the teeth-gnashing envy that MostExclusiveWebsite.com is hoping to inspire amongst all those who hear of its self-explanatory URL. And it's working.

Claiming to be the most exclusive experience available on the web, MostExclusiveWebsite.com works with a virtual ticketing system: you turn up to the minimalist welcome page, where you're asked to enter your name and take a ticket - we're currently ticket number #246499, placing us behind 35,282 other web-based queuers. 

Having nabbed your stub, you'll then wait "in line" while being able to see the single message posted by the individual who is currently in the "exclusive" section of the website - an area only viewable by one individual in the world at a time. 

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Given that each individual gets one minute in the exclusive section, that means we've got a wait of around 24 days before we get to see what all the fuss is about.

However, one YouTuber by the name of T Tran clearly understands the frustration posed by this limited system, creating a video that reveals what's on the other side of the wait. 

To ruin the surprise, watch below...

Yep. That's it. A series of cat videos. They know their audience. 

For an even more exclusive website experience, you can try and find the URL we created by mashing our hands into a keyboard before publishing it an obscure date in the last 50 years. Good luck finding it.

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