Sites Unseen: Ditch, Whistle and Brush

Whistle on the Web? Yes, that and more as we take a look at some of the more interesting online offerings.

To help you navigate the online universe, check out some of the sites below. Click on the highlighted words to get to the related Web site. (Editor's note: FOX News does not endorse outside sites or content, but presents the information below as a benefit to readers of

Put Your Lips Together and Blow

For those of you who really "do" want to whistle while you work, this site's right in tune. It's the online guide to whistling records. has more than a hundred MP3s (search) from around the world and it also provides information about the folks who made the skill famous.

One example is Brother Bones (search), the man behind "Sweet Georgia Brown." You don’t have to be a Harlem Globetrotter to appreciate that.

Pearly Whites

Well, if you're going to spend all that time making music with your mouth, you might as well have a sparkling smile. can help you get it.

It takes you through the history of brushing your teeth. Did you know toothpaste traces back to the late 1700s? Back then folks used to scrub their teeth with a formula containing burnt bread -- a far cry from a fresh, minty gel!

All sorts of other trivia on the site, so check it out and don't forget to floss.

Ditch the Can and Grab a Mouse

Finally, this last site is just way too cool for school. Don't get us wrong, graffiti is bad and illegal, but "if" you're going to insist upon showing off your creativity do it "here" on

You can be a spray-painting superstar changing the color, size, and background of your favorite slogan. And it's a lot safer than going out late at night looking for abandoned buildings.

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