www.tism.wanker.com is the name of a 1998 album by Australian alternative rock group TISM (This Is Serious Mum). The album title references an internet URL which, at the time of release, was a subdomain (of wanker.com) provided by a friendly person overseas who had registered wanker.com, as TISM were not able to obtain their preferred domain, wanker.com.au, due to Australian domain regulations. However, the web hosting fees were not paid, subsequently it was taken down by the hosting ISP several months after launch and has not been available since.
Early editions of the CD featured a CD-ROM component. The program asks the user whether he or she wants to continue – repeatedly. Eventually, it responds "OK then. Downloading virus." No virus is actually downloaded, and this is another example of the band's warped humour.
Initial pressings of the album were shipped with a bonus disc. The CD in question looks like a blank CDR, with texta writing that reads 'Att: SHOCK RECORDS FAULTY PRESSING DO NOT MANUFACTURE'; thinking it was serious, some retail chains actually returned boxes of the "fake" CDs unopened.  In reality, it featured a mixture of songs, poems and low-quality audio recordings of Hitler-Barassi and Flaubert discussing various topics whilst watching the Pamela Anderson/Tommy Lee sex tape.
The sleeve contains a choice of seven front covers for the album. Humorously, they are virtually identical, all consisting of a close up photo of an individual, masked, TISM member. Each is labelled with their name and states that they 'think(s) this should be the front cover'. It bears a resemblance to the album cover of the album Dark Room by The Angels.
The album consists mainly of standard TISM songs, parodying popular culture and engaging in toilet humour. The album also demonstrates a "serious" attempt by the band to divide Australian male culture into two groups – "yobs" (yobbos) and "wankers". This is best demonstrated in the lyrics of the third single, "Whatareya":
You're a yob, or you're a wanker
Take your fucking choice
So who is your favourite genius James Hird or James Joyce?
The rest of the song continues in a similar vein, including such distinctions as "The wanker fights class prejudice/The yobbo...just fights." Other targets on the album are nightclub culture ("Dumb and Base"), Australian cricketerGlenn McGrath ("The Parable of Glenn McGrath's Haircut") and teenagers ("Thunderbirds Are Coming Out").
The "conversation" tracks have never been given an official title. For the iTunes re-release, these tracks were appended to the start/end of the titled tracks. The titles were available on TISM's website at the time.
"Conversation About Porn" (Unlisted)
"Describe The Worst Headjob You've Ever Had? – Fantastic!"