Looking for the best sites to kill time?
There are plenty of sites other than Netflix, Facebook, and YouTube for you to kill time. We’ve compiled a list of our favorites below.
A note of warning however, these sites will suck your time away. Don’t continue unless you are prepared to not get anything done today.
Sporcle has thousands of quizzes that have been played billions of times. Sporcle’s mentally stimulating diversions quiz you on everything from the Presidents of the United States to counting from 1-100 and everything in between.
StumbleUpon is a discovery social site that collates web addresses and let’s users discover new online content according to pre-set personal preferences.
It’s a huge archive of websites throughout history. For example, type in apple.com and click June 30, 2007 and the headline will be “Say hello to iPhone.”
The Office Stare Machine showcases every single time a character speechlessly breaks the 4th wall and stares at the camera.
A popular browser geography game where you are dropped into an unknown location on Google Maps and have to work out where you are.
The self-proclaimed ‘Front Page of the Internet’, Reddit is a social news aggregation and discussion website that will change your life.
It does what is says, find a cow from the page shown to you.
A documentation system that has everything from recipes to crafting to just making random cool stuff.
Mental Floss is a good friend of Sporcle. It’s a great site that let’s you test your knowledge with interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teasing games.
If you don’t like the Oregon Trail there is something wrong with you.
Don’t overthink it. Bouncy Balls is a site that bounces balls in your screen and responds to mouse clicks or your mic.
A thoroughly random Tumblr where you can peruse pictures where one hand in the image has been retouched to be smaller. Yes, Donald Trump makes an appearance.
Speaking of Trump and Tumblr, this blog takes Jenna Maroney’s words(from 30 Rock) and puts them with Donald Trump’s face.
Just a little reminder of how insignificant a day can be.
An oldie but a goodie. For anyone who has ever been burned by a “helpful” mobile phone keyboard.
From Google, watch the world change over the course of nearly three decades of satellite photography
HowStuffWorks explains thousands of topics, from engines to lock-picking to ESP, with video and illustrations so you can learn how everything works.
Sure we prefer our own quizzes, but these quizzes and personality tests from Buzzfeed can also fit the bill.
Watch people play and talk about video games. Yep, that’s a thing.
At the other end of the spectrum, Project Gutenberg offers over 53,000 free ebooks.
Plain and simple, takes you to a useless site on the internet. It’s oddly addicting.
Open Puppies, and it lets you do just that—open large gifs of adorable puppies. You’re welcome.
Because everyone could use a font in the shape of llamas sometimes.
What people really think of your brand, slogan, tagline, advertising, funny, parody.
The Oatmeal might just be our favorite webcomic. Maybe because it is based out of Seattle (as are we), maybe because they made Exploding Kittens, or maybe it is because it is just always dang funny. Warning, not always safe for work or kids.