Cool Websites To Visit When Bored- The Ultimate List

Not sure what website to visit today? I get it. Finding a new, cool website to visit when you’re bored is hard to do at times. The internet is a big place – with tons of fun and interesting websites you should check out.

Well, look no further! We’ve compiled the ultimate list of interesting websites you should try out.

We’ve also included popular (and little known) web tools, applications, and resources as well. You can visit all of these websites to keep yourself busy when you’re bored.

Please note: I continually update this page with new websites, so I highly recommend bookmarking this page to visit in the future.

Most Visited Websites on the Web

Below is a list of websites you’ve probably already visited, but I felt necessary to list. They’re on this list of websites for the obvious reason: they’re extremely popular! If you want a complete list of the popular websites, check out this page of the top 500 websites on the web.

Reddit

Dubbed “The front page of the internet”, Reddit is the gold-standard of internet forums. People post articles, pictures, videos, and everything between. These posts get voted on to have discussions and debates.

The website breaks into smaller segments called “subreddits”. These subreddits dedicate themselves to certain discussion topics.

Users view what’s posted, “upvote” their favorite content, and partake in conversations.

This awesome website can keep me busy for hours. Going down the Reddit rabbit hole is a real problem sometimes :).

You can look at the pictures, memes, videos, news stories and anything else. Generally, you’re seeing things that might be going viral across the web at the exact moment.

Don’t use this for browsing, though! Join many subreddits that interest you and have conversations with people from around the world.

Here are a few subreddits to check out and get started on:

How to use Reddit guides:

Also, try RES (Reddit Enhancement Suite)

This useful browser extension will help you customize your Reddit experience.

Amazon

Not gonna lie, Amazon is a fun website to browse. Even if it’s not very friendly on my wallet at times.

Somehow, I almost left the MOST POPULAR shopping website on the planet out of this list.

Amazon is the world’s leading and most innovative website when it comes to shopping online.

This popular shopping website has plenty of products and goods to choose from.

Amazon gives customers the opportunity to post reviews on products they’ve bought. This helps anyone shopping to take their review into account.

YouTube

Do I need to explain why you should visit this popular website? YouTube is the world leader in video consumption – and it’s not even close.

Looking for a funny cat video when you’re bored? Checking out the latest music video from your favorite musician?

Remember, it’s more than just watching the new viral video, but also as a learning platform as well.

Find out how to play a song, watching a comedy video, or find a new documentary to learn from.

Want to make YouTube videos yourself?

How To Get YouTube Views and Subscribers Fast With Reddit YouTube Masterclass – Your Complete Guide to YouTube

Popular YouTube Alternatives:

Craigslist

If you want a huge “personals” website to visit, then this is the place for you! Craigslist started back in 1995 by Craig Newman with only a few individuals. But 21 years down the line, the company is still robust and now it is comprised of about 700 sites in 70 countries that work as local forums and classifieds.

The website offers a wide range of services from looking for housing, jobs, goods, local activities, and many other services! The site has gathered over 50 million page views every month with over 60 million views from the U.S. alone.

Why Visit Craigslist?

There are NUMEROUS reasons why anyone visits this insanely large and popular website. Especially when they’re looking for a productive website!

  1. Has local and national job boards for those who are looking for a job.
  2. Just like eBay, you can find used goods to purchase or sell your own products as a hobby or side business.
  3. The community section has a ton of cool events and services listed to help keep you busy when bored.
  4. The personals section is always a treat, even if you just want a good laugh.
  5. Just like the community section, you can find affordable housing, apartments or other living arrangements you might not find elsewhere.
  6. It’s a great marketplace to sell or showcase your skills and hobbies. Guitar players and other musicians, I’m looking at you!

Also, check out our guide on how to sell items on Craigslist now if you’re looking to start selling some of your extra stuff!

If you’re looking for something even more detailed, I encourage you to check out the below Craigslist courses through Udemy!

Why Craigslist is better than eBay Sell Safely on Craigslist

 

All The Social Media Websites ( or apps) You Can Visit

I’m not going to go into too much detail with these – most of you have already visited these websites or apps (most likely).

These websites allow you to connect with people you know – or may not know! – in various ways – whether by posting images, videos, messages, etc.

  1. Facebook & Facebook Messenger
  2. Twitter
  3. Instagram
  4. LinkedIn
  5. Snapchat
  6. Pinterest
  7. WhatsApp
  8. WeChat
  9. TikTok
  10. Tumblr

If this is SOMEHOW not enough social media for you – check out this list of social networking websites provided by wikipedia.

Twitch.TV

Want to watch competitive esports? Want to broadcast YOURSELF playing video games? Well, Twitch is a live streaming website just for you.

This cool website lets you follow, watch, interact, and support your favorite video game players from around the globe.

Acquired by Amazon back in 2014 for a cool 1 Billion dollars, this platform is used to stream games from every country imaginable and has gained popularity steadily over the last decade.

There are roughly 2+ million people broadcasting themselves, and roughly 15 million daily viewers. It’s pretty cool – you should check it out if you haven’t already!

For more interesting Twitch.TV statistics, check out this article.

Want to start your own Twitch channel? Try one of these courses!

Complete Twitch Streaming Tutorial Series: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Groupon

Everyone is always looking for the best deal on the internet nowadays. At least I am.

This is a website most have heard about, but never actually visit. (I don’t know why)

When you sign up, you’re given awesome coupons and discounts to events, products, and services that will help keep you busy when you’re bored!

10/10 – I recommend this website to all my friends and family.

Groupon Guides:

eBay

eBay will forever go down as the ugly step-cousin of Amazon. This website is essentially an “Auction House”, allowing people to sell items and visitors of the website to bid on certain items.

Though not as popular as it once was, it’s still a good place to browse from time to time to waste time on. If you’re looking for specific items that are no longer made, this is probably the prime website to visit!

If you’d rather not buy, but become a seller and make some extra cash – you can!

Check out a few of these courses that will walk you step-by-step to create some extra money via eBay:

The Complete eBay Course – eBay From Beginner To Advanced Why 5,100 Students “Jump Right In” & Start An eBay Business!

Wikipedia

This website is the iinternets real-time encyclopedia. You want to learn more about a topic, this is your place to check most likely. Frequently one of the first website options when searching for something via a search engine, Wikipedia is like a living brain of knowledge.

It has billions of viewers every year, and I don’t see this changing anytime soon.

If you want to have some extra fun with this amazing website, try visiting Wikipedia – Random Mode

This cool part of the website lets you go down the rabbit hole that is Wikipedia’s Random Mode.

This link could keep you busy for hours if you wanted to spend that much time reading about random things.

Yahoo!

Once upon a time, Yahoo was the #1 web destination for most people. Originally started as a search engine, it has fallen out of favor due to the popularity of Google and Bing search engines.

Though it may not be website people visited in the past, it’s still extremely popular. Now providing Email, Games, News, Fantasy Sports, Finance information, and a variety of other content – you’d still be wise to visit Yahoo occasionally.

Useful Websites

Below is a huge list of useful websites that provide tools to do things in a better, or more efficient way.

Many of these will save you money, save you time, or just allow you to do something you’ve never been able to before.

Yelp

Most people have visited Yelp at one point or another – this website helps provide feedback and peace of mind about local businesses to potential customers.

Similar to Google Reviews – you can leave feedback of business for future customers to make an educated decision.

You can also get coupons and deals!

Yelp doesn’t just help give you an idea of a local business’s reputation with online reviews. They’ve partnered to give great deals on local businesses.

Indeed

Looking for a job? Do you need a job?

Well, you’re in luck. Indeed, by and large, the most popular job board website around.

Update and post your resume, apply for positions in your area wait for employers to contact you. I’ve written a job guide as well if you’d like to check it out.

Otherwise, here’s another course to get you started in your job search!

The Complete Job, Interview, Resume/LinkedIn & Network Guide

Fiverr

Fiverr

Interesting name for a website, right? Well, check out this website for yourself. 🙂 If you want to offer your own service for 5 bucks, you can do that too!

Ths interesting and cool websites gives you the ability to hire someone for simple (or even complex!) tasks. You can become a contributor as well and make some money on the side.

Fiverr Affiliates CPA [$ 15.00 – $ 150.00]

10 Minute Mail

This is an extremely useful website to visit when you’re signing up for a service and don’t want to provide your personal email address.

When you visit this website, it’ll generate a unique inbox that is accessible for only ten minutes. This timeframe can be extended for a brief amount of time, but this is a great tool to keep yourself spam free in your personal account.

Related Websites:

Fake Name Generator

In case you need fake personal information that looks legitimate, this is the website for you.

Similar to 10 Minute Mail, this helps reduce internet spam and help preserve your privacy when signing up for services you aren’t confident in giving your personal information.

Fax Zero

If you have to send a fax and don’t have a fax machine, this is a free solution!

This useful website you can visit allows you to send a fax for free within the US and Canada. For a little money, you can also send it worldwide.

Alternative Websites:

HTML to PDF

Have a webpage you want to print or convert to PDF document?

This website allows you to use just that feature! Convert any website to a PDF form.

Similar Websites to HTML to PDF:

  • Print Friendly – Makes websites printer friendly
  • Smallpdf – Converts or Imports many useful documents type to and from PDF
  • YouConvertIt – Convert ANY file into a different file type. Yes, seriously.

PDFEscape

Staying with PDF’s – visiting this website will allow you to edit PDF files in your browser – WITHOUT Adobe Acrobat.

Similar Websites:

Online Alarm Clock:

Need an alarm clock all of a sudden? Don’t have your mobile device or phone near you? You can set this bad boy as an alarm anywhere you’re near a computer.

Other Alarm Clock Websites:

TicketNetwork

Looking for a night out on the town? Want to go to a concert, sporting event, or see a new comedian perhaps?

Look no further than TicketNetwork! I’ve used this website many times and highly recommend you do too!

Search all your local events and get affordable tickets today. Better to spend a boring night out and about enjoying a show, right?

Snagajob

This website does what I figured would be absolutely impossible. It posts your resume and job status (most likely searching) and helps you apply to nearly every job board website there is.

It’s like Indeed.com (see above), but EVEN BETTER. However, it’s not a free service.

But, if you want to kick any job search into overdrive, this is the place to do it.

Start.me

I’m a control freak at times. Hard to imagine, right?

This is an extremely useful website to visit every day, that allows you to add a “hub” of information with your favorite links, bookmarks, news, apps, etc, ALL in one easy to find place.

Just don’t forget to add Boredombusted to that list! 😉

Ninite

This useful website is an extreme time saver when looking to install new software on your computer. If you just did a computer restore or bought a new PC, use one of these two websites to get all your favorite software.

They give you a no BS install that bypasses all those tricky questions you get when downloading from other websites. MUST HAVE!

Alternative Tool:

Filehippo

Archive.org

Probably the most underrated website to visit on the internet. This website is filled with TONS of useful information from around the web. You can use the “Wayback Machine” to view old websites or old versions of current websites.

Also, this website contains a huge library of free content and you can even play old-school video games via their video game emulators. Totally worth a bookmark on my web browser – and yours!

Jotti Virus Scan

Curious that suspicious files may be dangerous? Visit this website to scan the document or file and verify it’s probably safe to open.

Bubbl.us

Need to create a mind map, or way to brainstorm your ideas easier? Try visiting this useful website.

FlightStats

This useful website lets you check the stats of flights around the globe. Stupid weather!

Dictation.io

Need to write words while your hands are occupied doing something else? Try this useful speech-to-text website browser application!

Pricegrabber

This website has been around for a LONG time. Since 1999 to be exact!

This website is an excellent resource to use when you want to do some serious comparison shopping.

Pricegrabber will save you time on your next shopping project by comparing prices from across the entire web and letting you know where the best deal is!

Quora

Have a question that needs answering? Well this is probably the website for you to visit.

Boasting more than 300 million visitors per month – this is a frequent destination for internet visitors.

Alternative Question and Answer Websites:

  1. Answers.com
  2. Yahoo! Answers
  3. Ask.fm

Cool Websites to Visit When Bored

QuoteCatalog

It might be a bit of an ugly website to visit – but it has a wealth of stuff to look at when you’re bored!

  • Pictures
  • News
  • Quotes

Tinychat

Need to set up a quick chat room between you and your friends? Or, if you’re just bored – check out some of the existing rooms and join in the conversation.

Iruler

Detects the size of your screen and provides an accurate ruler to use. Obviously, this is useful for mobile or tablet only. 🙂

FutureMe

Write yourself or friends and family an email to be delivered in the future! Super cool website to visit when you’re bored.

Freerice

Want to help the world? Answer a question on this website correctly, and the website will donate 10 grains of rice to the World Food Programme.

Just make sure to get rid of your AdBlock for their website!

Snopes

This site will tell you if the urban legend you’ve heard is true or false. Great for when you want to win an argument! 😉

Street View

Ever wanted a 360 view of a place or location from around the world? Well, now you can.

Check out Google’s Street View and prepare to travel the world..virtually!

Privnote

Have a message or letter you don’t want anyone else to read but your intended recipient? This cool website is worth a visit then!

It allows you to write a note and encrypt it with a password. You then send the link to who you want it to be read by.

The note will then self-destruct upon being read or depending on what you chose. Super cool!

Money & Finance Websites

Missing Money

Think someone or a certain business might owe you money? Check it out, never know what you might find!

Takes less than a minute to type in your last name and state of residence.

Credit Karma

We’ve seen credit score websites around forever. They all guarantee the same thing: low or no cost checking of your credit score. This website checks out.

It updates your score every 7-10 days (from my experience). This is a very useful website that also has a mobile app available. MUST HAVE!

Mint

Think of “mint” as in printing money, not the flavor of ice cream (though so, so good!). This website allows you to connect your accounts to track your spending and advise you of areas you’re spending your money on. They will help you create a budget and get you saving in no time!

Wikinvest

This is a website to visit if you’re curious about investing. A good place to begin. 🙂

Video Websites

A Good Movie to Watch

Want to watch a movie, but not sure which one? This easy website is a quick visit away from telling you which one you should watch! Search by Random, Best Films.

Genre or Latest Movies, and it will suggest one for you. It even has an option for Netflix. Date night will never be boring again!

Binge Clock

This site tells you how much time it takes to binge-watch a TV show (with or without commercials).

Documentary Heaven

Free documentaries that anyone can enjoy. A very cool website to check out sometime when

Rotten Tomatoes

This is a trusted website that has over 25 million new users every month and is published on the opinions of numerous film and TV positive critics that are later used to rate a movie.

Depending on the percentage of critic review established, a good review is indicated by a fresh red tomato which is above 60%.

Whereas a bad rated movie is judged by a green tomato which is below 59% so rather than wasting your precious time and money going for a movie you can visit rotten tomatoes first so as to know if the movie you want to watch is good or bad.

Netflix

If you love watching movies and series Netflix should be the best option of stamping out boredom. It is estimated that one-third of the internet is directed each day on the internet are Netflix users

Hulu

The website offers a wide range of viewing strategies for their customers and you can watch it using various devices either on your TV with your Xbox, PlayStation, Apple TV or Roku.

You can also use your PC or a smartphone that is Hulu actuated. Catch all the drama, reality TV shows or comedies through using any of these devices and you will get to experience a huge selection of the finest TV programs.

Music Websites

Want a variety of music websites to listen to or research with? Here is a pretty cool list of free music websites you can visit.

These websites will allow you to listen to, or learn how to play any kind of music you can imagine. Long gone are the days of purchasing the music you want to listen to – though supporting artists you love is obviously appreciated.

8 Tracks

An excellent playlist service with playlists created by its users. Internet radio created by real people and not some funny computer algorithm.

Practice Sight Reading

Sight-reading is the ability to read sheet music without studying or preparing for the music beforehand.

This is a very useful skill to have when you’re learning to play any kind of instrument. Very useful website for learning this awesome music skill.

Audacity

This is a free, open-source, cross-platform software for recording and editing sounds or music. Check this awesome tool out if you’re creating your own music!

IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library

Free, public domain sheet music available to anyone that wants it. Seriously cool for anyone that wants some new music to play in their spare time and knows how to read music.

Justin Guitar

Free online guitar lessons from beginner to advanced level of instruction. 1000’s of lessons and informative articles to choose from. It shows you how to read “tab” and other ways of learning a new song when you’re bored and want to play the guitar.

Alternative Guitar Lessons Websites:

Related Article on Guitar Playing: Hobby Guide: Learning How to Play Guitar

Last.fm

Keeps track of your listening habits and lets you know other people’s listening trends from around the internet.

MPC-HC

Ultra light-weight media player. Listen to just about any kind of song or sound file you want!

Free Alternative Media Players:

  • VLC Media Player
  • Winamp
    • “It really kicks the llama’s ass.”
  • MusicBee
    • A well-rounded media player with a wealth of additional features like ripping and converting mp3s or other sound files.

MuseScore

Free music composition and notation software. Super cool if you want to digitize your sheet music.

Alternative Sheet Music Websites:

MusicTheory

Learning how to play a song when you’re bored is one thing. But learning how the song works and fits together based on music theory, is a whole different experience.

If you truly want to become a great musician, learn some music theory. It’ll go a long way.

Pandora

Oh Pandora, how we love you!

Pandora was one of, if not THE first, the original music streaming services online. It remains as one of the best music websites to visit when you’re looking for a spicy playlist to listen to when you’re bored or hosting a party.

You create lists based on music type, artists, songs, or just about anything else you can think of.

The only downside is you can’t choose which songs to listen to, as Pandora will choose what you hear based on your interests.

Alternative Websites:

  • Jango
    • Free music – internet radio that plays what you want, great for those who can’t access Pandora.
  • Songza
    • Playlists for whatever mood you’re inSoundozer – it’s kind of like Pandora, but you can listen to any song you search for and you can create a station based on that song. Want a plus? You don’t even need to register for the website. Just select a song and away you go!

Spotify

Want to listen to just about anything you want? For free? This website and app will let you listen to whatever album, artist, or genre you feel you want to listen to. They have an awesome “Discover” section, as well as sections covering new releases.

There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t use this awesome music tool when I’m bored!

YouTube Converter

Have a new music video or song that you really like on YouTube? This website can convert that video into an Mp3 audio file, for FREE!

All you need is the youtube link and you’re all set. It does the rest.

Alternative Website:

Soundcloud

SoundCloud is a website you can visit that generally involves recording and uploading of music files; allowing people to share files easily with either your friends, blogs or any social networks.

Writing Websites

Grammarly

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If the name didn’t give it away and you couldn’t guess correctly, this website helps check your grammar. It’s great and I use it every time I write (including this post)!

You can use their text editor or they have a toolbar addon that’s just as handy.

Hemingway Editor

Make your writing standout by visiting this website and letting it analyze your writing!

This website and application will allow you a distraction free environment, while also analyzing your writing for positive and negative tendencies.

It helps writing with:

  • Less adverbs
  • Less passive voice
  • More direct language
  • Simpler or better word versions

Online Proofreader

Writing your next article or paper could never be easier when you visit this awesome website. This tool checks for your grammar and spelling errors, but also makes a plagiarism check.

After the website reviews your writing, it will give your writing a grade. How cool is that?!

OpenOffice

Don’t have a copy of Microsoft office on your computer? No Problem. This suite of programs is close as it gets to the real thing.

Similar Free Writing Tools:

Trello

Are you looking to get organized? This is a great free tool that will create an interactive calendar and website schedule.

Work smarter, not harder I always say.

What The Font

Ever wondered what kind of font a website was using? Maybe you want to use it for your own website or article.

his website is useful for just that!

Word Frequency Counter

It is always a good idea to check if you don’t overuse a word while writing any kind of article or paper. Having diversity in your words is a must to keep your writing fresh and engaging for your readers.

Great website tool to check out!

Focus Writer

If you enjoy writing, focus writer should be on your list because it gives you a stress-free environment to write and perfect your writing skills.

Just by moving the mouse to the screen edges, the interface is exploited on a hide-away technique that enables the program to have an accustomed look in your work.

Other features include auto-save, type-writer, time effect, live statistics, timers and alarms and much more. Focus writer is awesome as it’s translated to over 20 different languages.

Focus booster

This website will help you to know your work balance and assist in finishing your work productively as the sessions and breaks that you take are recorded automatically to a timesheet.

You don’t have to spend your time trying to recall all your wasted time as the system will assist you to focus more and manage any sort of distraction that comes your way when you are doing your work/project.

Websites to Visit for Drawing Online

Blender

Open source, cross-platform suite of tools for 3D creation. Can do all sorts of things such as create a video, video games, crazy editing and more.

Drawspace

This website has a lot of great tutorials for beginners and even for those who have advanced skills.

Paint.NET

This windows application is designed as a massive upgrade to MS Paint. Test it out and see if you like it!

Pixlr

Pixlr is an online image editor (similar to Adobe Photoshop but easier) that you can use for free. Also, this editor includes desktop version.

Sumo Paint

A super powerful graphics editor for your web browser and PC.

CeltX

This is a website to visit for free scriptwriting and all-in-one studio to play your next big video or production.

Weavesilk

Extremely fun and interactive website to visit. Start drawing and the website will create stunning images. Check it out and be prepared to be amazed.

News Aggregator Websites

Boing Boing

Check out this unique website that gathers news and information from around the web.

Feedly

This innovative website and app will collect blogs and other publications for you to browse by topic. Super helpful when you’re not exactly sure what to read next and want a little light reading in your spare time.

Newsmap

A news aggregator that gathers all the popular stories news from the web and compiles them into one spot for you to read when you’re bored.

Bonus points for people that enjoy interesting visuals and want to visit a website other than Facebook for their news.

Pocket

While you were reading an article or a news story, you may run out of time. OR, you come across an article while reading another article. Well, put that piece of reading away in your “pocket”.

This great app and website will help you save those pieces of writing for you to read at a later time.

Websites for Health

The internet has some amazing websites to check out – none more impotant

MyPlate

Log and track your food, workouts, and other great tips for recipes or weight loss tips.

Similar Diet & Health Websites:

Calm

This great website offers peaceful scenery and meditation exercises to help you relax.

Eat This Much

This great website automatically creates meal plans for you. Enter how many calories, how many meals and what kind of food you like to eat.

You can even customize for budget and time schedule.

Similar Websites to Try:

MyNoise

Relaxation is important to help keep stress levels down. One way to do this is with relaxing sounds or music to help calm you down or focus on meditation.

This website you can visit is an online noise machine with a ton of great ambient noise. Fully customizable as well! If you need to relax and listen to some awesome sounds and noises, this is the website to visit.

Alternative Websites to Listen to:

Reddit Social Services Subreddit

This is a “Subreddit” created by a professional Social Worker. If you need help, this may be a good spot to try and talk to someone or get some mental health advice.

Rainychat

Have you ever wanted to just chat with someone…anyone? Talking with other people is a proven stress reliever. Well, Rainychat is a website you should visit if that’s the case! Visit the website and start chatting up your new friend.

Related Websites to Visit Related to Rainychat

  • 7 Cups of Tea – Free, anonymous, and confidential conversations with trained and real listeners. Great choice when you need to vent to someone instead of spamming your facebook wall with sad music lyrics and memes.
  • Blah Therapy Online listening and chat service. Also, you can pay to speak with a trained and trusted therapist.

Sleepyti.me

Have you heard of the benefits of using sleep cycles? If you haven’t, our bodies are programmed to sleep in certain cycles which results in certain amounts of sleep benefiting us more than others.

If you don’t know how this schedule works, this is the website to visit! Enter in the time you need to wake up in the morning and this will calculate when you should fall asleep. Very useful and very cool website!

Go Lantern

This website creates a customizable plan for your emotional well-being. It begins by asking a few basic and interactive questions. Be open and honest with your answers or you won’t get the help you’re looking for!

Two Foods

Are you on a diet or watching what food you eat? This is a website that will compare two different foods when you’re trying to decide which one to choose!

Online Learning Websites

Learning new things is just part of life. It’s what we do from the moment we’re born.

Unfortunately, many people find learning new things to be really boring – so let’s spice it up! Knowledge is power, and the more knowledge you have, the better off you are.

Below has a large list of learning websites you can visit in your free time, which will make learning just a tad bit easier.

Many people learn better hands-on, but if you don’t mind learning online, this is a great list to have handy! There’s quite a few here, so please check them out and choose the platform that suits you best.

TED

If you are a person that seeks to find a deeper indulgent of the world, then this site is perfectly meant for you. TED is owned by a non-profit organization that involves the spreading of ideas, typically in the form of short videos.

People are given influential talks about technology and design congregated to cover most of the topics with over 100 languages from business to science and global issues like climate change, environment and aiding in sharing of ideas with different communities around the continent.

Yale OpenCourseware

Class Central

Codecademy

Coursera

FreeCodeCamp

Harvard OpenCourseware

Instructables

LearnwithOliver

Mathway

Memrise

Mendeley

MIT OpenCourseWare

Open 2 Study

Patrick JMT

Simple Science Fitness

Slader

Socratic

Stanford OpenCourseware

Typeracer

Udacity

 

Udemy

As you’ve already seen throughout this list, you can learn ANYTHING you want when you’re bored with a wide variety of free and paid online courses.

Also, have you ever thought about teaching others? Well, you’re in luck with Udemy as well.

Have a unique skill set that you could show others? You can create your own online course and you could even make some extra money on the side. (of a full-time business if you’re REALLY good)

Here’s two to get you started:

Udemy Masters: Learn Online Course Creation – Unofficial Udemy Course Creation for Passive Income (Unofficial)

UOPeople.edu

Academic Earth

Lumosity

This website is super awesome! Learn how to train your brain, while also playing online games!

I know it sounds too good to be true, but plenty of people swear by this awesome website. Check it out and boost your productivity when you’re bored today!

Future Learn

GIThub

Itunes U

Itunes U is still new but the site has a lot to offer for any student that’s interested. You can submit your homework, engage in private discussions or use an integrated grade book to stay connected with your educators via an Ipad.

The tutors are given a platform to create assignments within minutes and immediately after you unbridle your post, the task is made accessible to the students so as to do them and analyze the work.

You can quickly build lessons for your students just by downloading your teaching materials like documents, photos, videos or worksheets to your iTunes U and there are no limits in creating assignments.

Note that homework remains to be a student’s main agenda on this site and once the assignment is published, the students are allowed to have full access to all the constituents and grading information that they need and are given.

AllRecipes

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If you love cooking, visiting the AllRecipes website could benefit you because it’s equipped with special tutors.

This website has inspired many home cooks and has seen them teaming up with friends, family, and their followers from various parts of the world having a good time learning about cooking and enjoying many different foods.

All Recipes started two decades ago with only a cookie recipe that eventually grew progressively to become the finest largest food social network site with up to 40 million home cooks and 3 billion pages that are produced annually in 24 countries and 19 different sites in 13 languages.

Go check their online classes, register for free and you will be given an opportunity to study online anytime and anywhere you want and also to try out new cooking skills too.

Class Central

HackerRank

Are you a computer programmer or coder? Get “ranked” on the website HackerRank and you’ll be found by countries all over the world for coding jobs. Super cool website for you to check out!

Spreeder

Spreeder has claimed to be the world’s top speed reading website that was even confirmed by various benchmarks on the internet such as Alexa Rank.

This site has helped a lot of people who were not able to read or understand sentences or words correctly.

The company has worked with a number of leading experts in speed reading, learning, and memory with highly skilled educators and best-known authors, who are equipped to give you the best services that you need so spend some time and take a look at this site and try to expertise on your reading skills.

Who couldn’t benefit from reading a little faster? I know I could!

EHow

If you think you can do crafting, building or book learning, joining Ehow could transform you in a way or another.

Just by signing up, you are permitted to submit any of your pertinent work, and join other talented and contributors from other parts of the world to accomplish different tasks on the site.

Anki

This interactive website you can visit will create memory/flash cards to help you memorize vital information.


A very useful website for students or people that need help remembering important information.

KhanAcademy

When it comes to online learning, Khan Academy provides a free world-class education to anyone interested regardless of where you are. The site is fully equipped with teachers, developers, designers, scientists and counted specialists who are determined to educate the world and try to impact someone’s life through education.

The organization started as one individual training his cousin and later on over the years it transformed to be an 80-person organization. No doubt khan academy has made a big difference to its users.

It’s like a global classroom with millions of learners teaming up from different parts of the world and each of them having their unique story and backgrounds teaming up to learn at khan academy.

With over 35 translated languages being used, the site offers instructional videos, practice exercises, and a modified learning dashboard in order to empower the learners to read at their own pace without any hitches from mathematics, computer programming, science, art history, economics and many others, their mission is to guide the learners from as young as kindergarten to calculus using an adaptive technology to identify the learning gaps and strength of a student.

Language Learning Websites

I’m not going to write a blurb about each of these websites, as they’re all pretty self-explanatory. Browse the websites below and see which one you like better.

These are all free language learning websites that you the ability to learn a new language!

BliuBliu

Clozemaster

Duolingo

Easy Languages

IElanguages

Lang8

Language Transfer

Memrise

 

Download Websites to Visit

If you’re looking for websites to visit that have free downloads, the short list below should help you out! Personally, I get most of my downloads from Ninite.com (as previously mentioned), but check out the list of download websites below.

CNet Download

A one stop website you can use for pretty much any piece of software you’ll ever need.

Google Chrome Web Store

If you use the Chrome browser, chances are you can visit their web store and find something that will help you out while using the internet.

F.Lux

Change the color and brightness of your computer or phone screen as the day progresses. Helps your eyes adjust throughout the day.

MalwareBytes Anti-Malware

Easily the best free antivirus scanner on the internet! This malware and virus scanner doesn’t mess around and try to BS you into giving up your card information.

  • Bonus points if you install this program using ninite.com (above suggestion)

KeePass

Free easy-to-use online password manager. Keep all of your passwords all in one, secure place!

SlimDrivers

This great program detects what computer drivers need to be updated. This will keep your computer updated accordingly and with zero to little work from you!

TeraCopy

This program is designed to copy and move computer files at maximum speed. This program skips bad files during the copying process.

Turbo.net

Okay, so this is an extremely useful tool to visit when downloading software. This tool allows you to use any program or tool in its directory without having to install that program to your computer directly.

This website is an extremely useful visit when you’re on your friends’ computers or looking to use a program only once or twice. Or maybe you just don’t want to clutter your hard drive with programs.

Weird and Useless Websites to Visit When You’re Bored

So I’m not going to encourage you to visit these websites. I’m also not going to encourage you NOT visit these websites either.

Some (okay, most) of these websites are really weird, and I’m slightly shocked they’re still up and running to be completely honest with you.

  1. http://9-eyes.com/
  2. http://papertoilet.com/
  3. http://beesbeesbees.com/
  4. http://bigwilly.style/
  5. http://breakglasstosoundalarm.com/
  6. http://cachemonet.com/
  7. http://candies.aniwey.net/
  8. http://corgiorgy.com/
  9. http://encyclopedia.uia.org/en
  10. http://fornax.elf.stuba.sk/~jeeff/SN/P.html
  11. http://frauds.com/
  12. http://get.your-d.tk/
  13. http://interstellar-superunknown.blogspot.com/2017/11/mft-brian-cox-scotch-pronunciations.html
  14. http://joshworth.com/dev/pixelspace/pixelspace_solarsystem.html
  15. http://jurassicsystems.com/
  16. http://manhole-covers.net
  17. http://mrdoob.com/
  18. http://obsoleteskills.wikispot.org/Skills
  19. http://procatinator.com/
  20. http://thedeadbeatcritics.com
  21. http://uglymailbox.com/
  22. http://watch.everythingisterrible.com/
  23. http://www.dickbalzer.com/
  24. http://www.everydayim.com/
  25. http://www.findtheinvisiblecow.com/
  26. http://www.koalastothemax.com/
  27. http://www.lingscars.com/
  28. http://www.manbehindthedoll.com/
  29. http://www.masswerk.at/lounge.html
  30. http://www.movenowthinklater.com/
  31. http://www.mr-lee-catcam.de/index.htm
  32. http://www.muppetlabs.com/~breadbox/txt/al.html
  33. http://www.pointerpointer.com/
  34. http://www.staggeringbeauty.com/
  35. http://www.trypap.com/
  36. http://www.unforgettable.dk/
  37. http://www.worldbeardchampionships.com/
  38. https://cytu.be/r/VarietyBrodcast
  39. https://isbobbarkerstillalive.com/
  40. https://isitchristmas.com/
  41. https://kudryavka.leanapp.cn/
  42. http://111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.com/
  43. http://ducksarethebest.com/
  44. http://thequietplaceproject.com/thequietplace
  45. http://www.stealthboats.com/
  46. http://ninjaflex.com/
  47. http://endless.horse/
  48. http://thatsthefinger.com/
  49. http://burymewithmymoney.com/
  50. https://quickdraw.withgoogle.com/
  51. http://crossdivisions.com/
  52. http://movenowthinklater.com/
  53. http://beesbeesbees.com/
  54. http://cat-bounce.com/
  55. http://www.koalastothemax.com/
  56. http://www.everydayim.com/
  57. http://heyyeyaaeyaaaeyaeyaa.com/
  58. http://www.fallingfalling.com/
  59. http://www.republiquedesmangues.fr/
  60. http://www.rrrgggbbb.com/
  61. http://www.partridgegetslucky.com/
  62. http://www.zombo.com/
  63. http://ouaismaisbon.ch/
  64. http://r33b.net/
  65. http://thenicestplaceontheinter.net/
  66. http://www.limmy.com/
  67. http://nohomophobes.com/
  68. http://mapcrunch.com/
  69. http://nooooooooooooooo.com/
  70. http://ilooklikebarackobama.com/
  71. http://zombiepassions.com/
  72. http://pleaselike.com/
  73. http://corndogoncorndog.com/
  74. http://www.electricboogiewoogie.com/
  75. https://www.moma.org/collection/works/78682
  76. http://corgiorgy.com/
  77. http://www.wutdafuk.com/
  78. https://weirdorconfusing.com/
  79. http://corndog.io/
  80. http://chrismckenzie.com/
  81. http://2headedsnake.tumblr.com/
  82. http://9-eyes.com/
  83. http://a816-dohbesp.nyc.gov/IndicatorPublic/dognames/
  84. http://accidentalmysteries.blogspot.com.au/
  85. http://allaboutfrogs.org/
  86. http://althistory.blogspot.com/
  87. http://ampersand.gosedesign.net/
  88. http://ampersandampersand.tumblr.com/
  89. http://anomalyinfo.com/
  90. http://arduiniana.org/projects/the-reverse-geo-cache-puzzle/
  91. http://artificialphilosophy.blogspot.co.uk/2010/11/pisbn-project.html
  92. http://artinmycoffee.com/
  93. http://baboondesign.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/the-periodic-table-of-muppets.html
  94. http://badhistory.blogspot.com/
  95. http://balldroppings.com/js/
  96. http://beachpackagingdesign.com/boxvox/pig-bottles
  97. http://bertc.com/weird/index.htm
  98. http://bigthink.com/strange-maps/214-the-blonde-map-of-europe
  99. http://blog.geocities.institute/
  100. http://blog.nli.org.il/en/washingtonthumbbible/
  101. http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/bodyhorrors/
  102. http://blogs.forteana.org/node/119
  103. http://brandcolors.net/
  104. http://britannia.com/wonder/wonder.html
  105. http://broughttolife.sciencemuseum.org.uk/broughttolife
  106. http://bubbles.org/
  107. http://bunraku.cul.columbia.edu/
  108. http://cachemonet.com/
  109. http://carlos.bueno.org/dotdotdash/
  110. http://cat-bounce.com/
  111. http://channel.me/
  112. http://clapway.com/
  113. http://cloudindx.com/
  114. http://colingourlay.github.io/deny-prism/
  115. http://colophon.com/ediblebooks/books2eat2003.html
  116. http://conspiracy.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page
  117. http://coolcosmos.ipac.caltech.edu/image_galleries/ir_zoo/index.html
  118. http://cryptozoologynews.com/
  119. http://cuteoverload.com/
  120. http://dianegoesforyou.com/
  121. http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/BookofDays/
  122. http://dinosaurspen.tumblr.com/
  123. http://ducksarethebest.com/
  124. http://dumb.domains/
  125. http://dyingis.blogspot.com/
  126. http://edition.cnn.com/2007/HEALTH/11/21/hairball.case/index.html
  127. http://elephantpolo.com/
  128. http://emergencycompliment.com/
  129. http://emotioneric.com/
  130. http://endless.horse/
  131. http://engrishfunny.failblog.org/
  132. http://failblog.cheezburger.com/
  133. http://fantasticshoppefronts.tumblr.com/
  134. http://fathom.lib.uchicago.edu/2/21701757/
  135. http://feverishthoughts.com/oddplanet/category/recreation/strange-happenings/
  136. http://fliptitle.com/
  137. http://flyingpudding.com/projects/sleep_tracker/
  138. http://fontbomb.ilex.ca/
  139. http://freshpics.blogspot.com/2008/11/airplane-meals.html
  140. http://game.ioxapp.com/color/
  141. http://geekologie.com/
  142. http://gifctrl.com/Vh
  143. http://gifprint.com/
  144. http://hadonejob.com/
  145. http://ham.space.umn.edu/kris/animals.html
  146. http://hanzismatter.blogspot.com.au/
  147. http://headlesshistoricals.blogspot.com.au/
  148. http://heeeeeeeey.com/
  149. http://hewgill.com/threat/
  150. http://hnetten.home.xs4all.nl/index.html
  151. http://holding-pattern.tumblr.com/
  152. http://holdthebutton.com/
  153. http://home.bt.com/tech-gadgets/internet/abandoned-villages-google-maps-11364081741708
  154. http://homes.soic.indiana.edu/donbyrd/InterestingMusicNotation.html
  155. http://humanurehandbook.com/
  156. http://hypochondriapp.io/index.html
  157. http://ibssg.org/blacksheep/
  158. http://imcdb.org/
  159. http://insideinsides.blogspot.com/
  160. http://inventorspot.com/articles/ten_bizarre_japanese_soft_drinks_5225
  161. http://jeffmilner.com/backmasking/index.html
  162. http://joshmillard.com/endlessjingling/
  163. http://joshworth.com/dev/pixelspace/pixelspace_solarsystem.html
  164. http://kasmana.people.cofc.edu/MATHFICT/default.html
  165. http://kevan.org/wikitext/
  166. http://kevin.bulgrien.net/bottlecp.php
  167. http://kingpenguin.itch.io/pacapong
  168. http://kukuklok.com/
  169. http://lap.umd.edu/computer_rage/
  170. http://lapinozz.github.io/learning/2016/11/19/calculator-with-caordboard-and-marbles. html
  171. http://lastgoogle.com/
  172. http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/cloning/clickandclone/
  173. http://leasthelpful.com/
  174. http://lists.blackstump.com.au/mailman/listinfo/tbsnews
  175. http://longforgottenhauntedmansion.blogspot.co.uk/
  176. http://manhole-covers.net/galerie/slide.php3?f=0
  177. http://meanqueen-lifeaftermoney.blogspot.com.au/
  178. http://members.toast.net/saddletrout/attic.html
  179. http://mentalfloss.com/article/18692/he-took-polaroid-every-day-until-day-he-died
  180. http://meteorites.wustl.edu/meteorwrongs/meteorwrongs.htm
  181. http://morbidanatomy.blogspot.com/
  182. http://musichistoryingifs.com/
  183. http://mymindblewup.com/
  184. http://nathanfriend.io/inspirograph/
  185. http://nerf.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page
  186. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/shared/spl/hi/athletics/03/world_indoor/html/initial.stm
  187. http://nowiknow.com/archives/
  188. http://oddstuffmagazine.com/
  189. http://oneterabyteofkilobyteage.tumblr.com/
  190. http://optillusions.tumblr.com/
  191. http://ouijaspirit.com/
  192. http://paperforest.blogspot.com/
  193. http://parapedia.wikia.com/wiki/Parapedia_Wiki
  194. http://pencilpages.com/
  195. http://penguincentral.com/MCMslang.html
  196. http://philip.greenspun.com/humor/bill-gates
  197. http://phisick.com/
  198. http://phobialist.com/
  199. http://pigeonmoviedb.blogspot.co.uk/
  200. http://pinktentacle.com/
  201. http://pl524.pairlitesite.com/dps/
  202. http://pointlessdiagrams.com/
  203. http://queenofsubtle.com/404/
  204. http://quizicon.com/quiz?id=37
  205. http://restoran.us/trivia/unusual.htm
  206. http://rinkworks.com/dialect/
  207. http://sandwich.wikia.com/wiki/Sandwich_Wiki
  208. http://sauerkrautwiki.com/
  209. http://savethesounds.info/
  210. http://scanwiches.com/
  211. http://scieastereggs.tumblr.com/
  212. http://scienceblogs.com/goodmath/2006/10/12/who-needs-a-calculator-multipl/
  213. http://site.xavier.edu/polt/typewriters/index.html
  214. http://ski.ihoc.net/
  215. http://sleepyti.me/
  216. http://smp.uq.edu.au/content/pitch-drop-experiment
  217. http://somethingorotherwhatever.com/sum-of-3-palindromes/
  218. http://spaceipsum.com/5
  219. http://stewd.io/studies/swim/
  220. http://stonewall.nist.gov/
  221. http://stuffin.space/
  222. http://superstitionsonline.com/new-years-superstitions/
  223. http://terriblecolors.com/
  224. http://textfiles.com/
  225. http://thankstextbooks.tumblr.com/
  226. http://thatbadadvice.tumblr.com/
  227. http://theantroom.blogspot.com/2006/11/ant-death-spiral.html
  228. http://thequackdoctor.com/
  229. http://thewax.com/currents/fishtank_02/index.html
  230. http://theworstthingsforsale.com/
  231. http://thingsfittingperfectlyintothings.tumblr.com/
  232. http://thingsorganizedneatly.tumblr.com/
  233. http://think-maths.co.uk/spreadsheet
  234. http://thisisindexed.com/
  235. http://thisisphotobomb.memebase.com/
  236. http://tilde.club/
  237. http://tinselman.typepad.com/tinselman/2006/12/the_mystery_of_.html
  238. http://totl.net/Spud/
  239. http://triggur.org/silo/silo.html
  240. http://typewriterdatabase.com/
  241. http://uglymailbox.com/
  242. http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page
  243. http://users.lmi.net/tcs55/
  244. http://varun.ca/metaballs/
  245. http://wardomatic.blogspot.com/2006/11/fallout-shelter-handbook-1962.html
  246. http://watch.everythingisterrible.com/
  247. http://weird-vintage.com/
  248. http://welcomemat.co/
  249. http://wikidumper.blogspot.com/
  250. http://winkervsbecks.github.io/a-triangle-everyday/
  251. http://worlddatabaseofhappiness.eur.nl/
  252. http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/Curves/Curves.html
  253. http://www-usr.rider.edu/~suler/zenstory/zenstory.html
  254. http://www.100words.com/
  255. http://www.2meta.com/april-fools/
  256. http://www.404pagefound.com/
  257. http://www.aattc.org.au/
  258. http://www.abandonia.com/index.php
  259. http://www.abc.net.au/science/k2/lint/default.htm
  260. http://www.abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijk.com /
  261. http://www.activemind.com/Mysterious/
  262. http://www.aintnowaytogo.com/
  263. http://www.airsicknessbags.com/
  264. http://www.alexchiu.com/
  265. http://www.alienabductions.com/
  266. http://www.allmylifeforsale.com/
  267. http://www.alphabetclock.com/
  268. http://www.analemma.com/
  269. http://www.anderbergfamily.net/ant/machines/
  270. http://www.andreas.com/food.html
  271. http://www.androidworld.com/
  272. http://www.annoyances.com/
  273. http://www.anomalies-unlimited.com/Odd_Pics.html
  274. http://www.antibubble.org/
  275. http://www.antipodr.com/
  276. http://www.antiquelures.com/
  277. http://www.antiquetractors.com/
  278. http://www.appropedia.org/Solar_Charged_Lawnmower
  279. http://www.archive.org/details/KnifeThr1950
  280. http://www.artforthesky.com/
  281. http://www.artmuseumtoilet.org/home.asp.htm
  282. http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~AD8Y-HYS/index_e.htm
  283. http://www.asx.com.au/
  284. http://www.atomiczombie.com/
  285. http://www.australianheavyevents.com/blog/natural-stone-lifting-how-to
  286. http://www.baac.net/michael/plates/
  287. http://www.backfire.co.uk/index.htm
  288. http://www.badburns.bizland.com/
  289. http://www.badfads.com/
  290. http://www.badhebrew.com/
  291. http://www.bananaslug.com/
  292. http://www.bancomicsans.com/
  293. http://www.barbwiremuseum.com/
  294. http://www.barcodeart.com/
  295. http://www.barefooters.org/
  296. http://www.barelyedible.co.uk/
  297. http://www.barnivore.com/
  298. http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/sleep/sheep/reaction_version5.swf
  299. http://www.bbfc.co.uk/releases/paint-drying-2016
  300. http://www.becomingminimalist.com/30-dumb-inventions/
  301. http://www.bermuda-triangle.org/
  302. http://www.beyondtheblackstump.com/
  303. http://www.bfro.net/
  304. http://www.blameitonthevoices.com/
  305. http://www.bldgblog.com/2018/05/journey-of-a-single-line/
  306. http://www.bmj.com/content/333/7582/1285.full
  307. http://www.bmonster.com/
  308. http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/majorcities.shtml
  309. http://www.brewers.or.jp/english/06-label3.html
  310. http://www.brg.homestead.com/
  311. http://www.bulwer-lytton.com/
  312. http://www.buttonmuseum.org/
  313. http://www.bwars.com/
  314. http://www.bzarg.com/p/how-to-pronounce-hexadecimal/
  315. http://www.candywrapperarchive.com/
  316. http://www.cardstacker.com/
  317. http://www.carrotmuseum.co.uk/
  318. http://www.centennialbulb.org/
  319. http://www.chakuriki.net/en/world/
  320. http://www.chessvariants.com/shape.dir/onedim.html
  321. http://www.chm.bris.ac.uk/sillymolecules/sillymols.htm
  322. http://www.christianwrestling.com/
  323. http://www.coincalc.com/
  324. http://www.coldcure.com/
  325. http://www.collection-appareils.fr/
  326. http://www.combinatorics.org/Surveys/ds5/VennEJC.html
  327. http://www.comicbookfx.com/
  328. http://www.comicbookreligion.com/
  329. http://www.complaintschoir.org/
  330. http://www.conelrad.com/
  331. http://www.cookingforengineers.com/
  332. http://www.coppit.org/brain/
  333. http://www.cracked.com/
  334. http://www.cracktwo.com/2011/04/25-abandoned-soviet-monuments-that-look.html
  335. http://www.crank.net/
  336. http://www.createfarts.com/
  337. http://www.crewcut.com/barberkent/index.html
  338. http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/demotivation.html
  339. http://www.cube20.org/
  340. http://www.cultofweird.com/
  341. http://www.cybersquirrel1.com/
  342. http://www.dancingpaul.com/
  343. http://www.danielyeow.com/2011/drawing-molecules/
  344. http://www.darwinawards.com/
  345. http://www.davesweboflies.com/
  346. http://www.davidhlynsky.com/WindowShopMain.html
  347. http://www.deathclock.com/
  348. http://www.decisionproblem.com/paperclips/
  349. http://www.delamar.org/mothergoosesociety.html
  350. http://www.dhmo.org/
  351. http://www.dickbalzer.com/
  352. http://www.dirtycarart.com/
  353. http://www.distancetomars.com/
  354. http://www.distractify.com/
  355. http://www.dna11.com/?gclid=CNWYoJGDzJQCFSQqagodJwkukQ
  356. http://www.donationcoder.com/Software/Mouser/boomerang/index.html
  357. http://www.donothingfor2minutes.com/
  358. http://www.donsbosspage.com/
  359. http://www.drainspotting.com/
  360. http://www.dribbleglass.com/subpages/laws.htm
  361. http://www.drive-ins.com/
  362. http://www.drlindseyfitzharris.com/blog/
  363. http://www.drmegavolt.com/
  364. http://www.ducktravels.com/
  365. http://www.ducttapefashion.com/
  366. http://www.dumb.com/
  367. http://www.dumbcrooks.com/
  368. http://www.dumblaws.com/
  369. http://www.dyers.org/blog/beards/beard-%20types/
  370. http://www.ediblegeography.com/julio-the-sewer-diver/
  371. http://www.eleceng.adelaide.edu.au/Personal/dabbott/animal.html
  372. http://www.elonka.com/kryptos/
  373. http://www.elve.net/rmen02.htm
  374. http://www.emotioneric.com/
  375. http://www.engrish.com/
  376. http://www.eskimo.com/~billb/hum/hum1.html
  377. http://www.eskimo.com/~billb/weird.html
  378. http://www.etiquettehell.com/
  379. http://www.exitmundi.nl/
  380. http://www.exploratorium.edu/ronh/bubbles/bubbles.html
  381. http://www.exploratorium.edu/skateboarding/index.html
  382. http://www.extremeironing.com/
  383. http://www.faceblind.org/facetests/
  384. http://www.fadingad.com/
  385. http://www.fakenamegenerator.com/
  386. http://www.famousr.com/
  387. http://www.fark.com/
  388. http://www.fearof.net/
  389. http://www.festivusweb.com/
  390. http://www.fincher.org/Misc/Pennies/
  391. http://www.findagrave.com/index.html
  392. http://www.findtheinvisiblecow.com/
  393. http://www.firehydrant.org/
  394. http://www.fishcam.com/
  395. http://www.flashbynight.com/drench/
  396. http://www.flavorwire.com/214369/iconic-photos-recreated-in-legos
  397. http://www.flipflopflyin.com/stucktictacs/index.html
  398. http://www.flipflopflyin.com/whatif/
  399. http://www.fliptext.org/
  400. http://www.forgottenemails.com/
  401. http://www.forteantimes.com/
  402. http://www.freakingnews.com/Celebrities-Upside-Down-Pictures–2433.asp
  403. http://www.freethegnomes.com/
  404. http://www.frogsgalore.com/
  405. http://www.futilitycloset.com/
  406. http://www.gamesforthebrain.com/game/imagequiz/
  407. http://www.gamesforthebrain.com/game/whatsearch/
  408. http://www.gap-toothed.com/
  409. http://www.garlic.mistral.co.uk/
  410. http://www.genderanalyzer.com/
  411. http://www.georgehart.com/bagel/bagel.html
  412. http://www.ghosts.org/
  413. http://www.ghosttowngallery.com/
  414. http://www.ghostweb.com/
  415. http://www.glenhunter.ca/
  416. http://www.globalspec.com/brainstrainer/
  417. http://www.godecookery.com/mythical/mythical.htm
  418. http://www.golfcomicbooks.com/
  419. http://www.google.com/intl/ch-GB/maps/streetview/#staircases-of-hong-kong
  420. http://www.googleguide.com/shortcuts.html
  421. http://www.googlesheepview.com/
  422. http://www.googolplexian.com/
  423. http://www.gpsdrawing.com/
  424. http://www.greatnameforaband.com/
  425. http://www.gumwrapper.com/
  426. http://www.halfbakery.com/
  427. http://www.handiemail.com/
  428. http://www.handmaps.org/
  429. http://www.haunted-places.com/
  430. http://www.hellomynameisscott.com/
  431. http://www.heyokay.com/
  432. http://www.hiddensongs.com/
  433. http://www.history.com/topics/halloween/history-of-halloween
  434. http://www.historyofthebutton.com/
  435. http://www.holdthebutton.com/
  436. http://www.horseshoepitching.com/
  437. http://www.howmanypeopleareinspacerightnow.com/
  438. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/news/weird-news/
  439. http://www.humanforsale.com/
  440. http://www.icbe.org/
  441. http://www.idchip.com/
  442. http://www.igloobuilding.org/
  443. http://www.instantrimshot.com/
  444. http://www.iquit.org/
  445. http://www.ironicsans.com/2007/01/every_ad_in_times_square.html
  446. http://www.its-not-its.info/
  447. http://www.its.caltech.edu/~atomic/snowcrystals/class/class.htm
  448. http://www.itsallinthehead.com/
  449. http://www.jlc.net/~useless/
  450. http://www.jldr.com/ohtour/
  451. http://www.jobschmob.com/
  452. http://www.joyofpi.com/
  453. http://www.juvalamu.com/qmarks/
  454. http://www.karakuri.info/
  455. http://www.kesiev.com/akihabara
  456. http://www.kokogiak.com/megapenny/
  457. http://www.langston.com/Boogie/
  458. http://www.lavasurfer.com/cereal-guide.html
  459. http://www.lileks.com/institute/gallery/
  460. http://www.lileks.com/institute/gallery/index.html
  461. http://www.lileks.com/oldads/index.html
  462. http://www.lochness.co.uk/index.html
  463. http://www.lochnesssightings.com/
  464. http://www.lunasociety.org/
  465. http://www.lunchclock.com/
  466. http://www.madcoversite.com/covers.html
  467. http://www.madmonarchs.nl/
  468. http://www.majorleagueeating.com/
  469. http://www.manbehindthedoll.com/
  470. http://www.mandarintools.com/chinesename.html
  471. http://www.masswerk.at/google60/
  472. http://www.math.uwaterloo.ca/tsp/pubs/
  473. http://www.maxpoweraero.com/ACHomes.htm
  474. http://www.megamonalisa.com/moslem-leyla-mona-lisa/
  475. http://www.menknit.net/
  476. http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/blackboard/
  477. http://www.michaelbach.de/ot/mot_mib/index.html
  478. http://www.miguelcarrasco.net/miguelcarrasco/2006/10/blue_screen_of_.html
  479. http://www.mikeonads.com/2008/07/13/using-your-browser-url-history-estimate-gend er/
  480. http://www.missilebases.com/
  481. http://www.moillusions.com/more-sidewalk-chalk-illusions/
  482. http://www.monitorcamera.com/
  483. http://www.monobrow.com/
  484. http://www.moonstick.com/moonstick.htm
  485. http://www.more.com/entertainment/fun/50-bizarre-us-laws-you-wont-believe-are-real
  486. http://www.morphthing.com/
  487. http://www.mr-lee-catcam.de/index.htm
  488. http://www.mrfizzix.com/archery/
  489. http://www.muppetlabs.com/~breadbox/txt/al.html
  490. http://www.museumofconceptualart.com/accomplished/index.html
  491. http://www.museumoffailure.se/
  492. http://www.museumoftalkingboards.com/
  493. http://www.neatorama.com/2008/03/07/3-way-chess/
  494. http://www.neonsigns.hk/?lang=en
  495. http://www.nerdydaytrips.com/
  496. http://www.netdisaster.com/
  497. http://www.newlaunches.com/archives/dazzling_banana_an_electronic_banana_peeler.php
  498. http://www.nodding.net/
  499. http://www.noiys.com/
  500. http://www.norwoodmall.com/ugly/
  501. http://www.numberworld.org/misc_runs/pi-10t/details.html
  502. http://www.numberworld.org/misc_runs/pi-5t/details.html
  503. http://www.nycgarbage.com/
  504. http://www.oakland.edu/enp/
  505. http://www.octanecreative.com/ducttape/
  506. http://www.oddday.net/
  507. http://www.odditycentral.com/
  508. http://www.oldgas.com/
  509. http://www.omgcatsinspace.com/
  510. http://www.onemilescroll.com/
  511. http://www.oneredpaperclip.blogspot.com/
  512. http://www.online-eggtimer.com/
  513. http://www.oobject.com/
  514. http://www.oozinggoo.com/howto.html
  515. http://www.pacmanhattan.com/
  516. http://www.pagetutor.com/idiot/idiot.html
  517. http://www.pangloss.com/seidel/Shaker/index.html
  518. http://www.panix.com/~eck/telemarket.html
  519. http://www.payphone-project.com/
  520. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/films/lobotomist/
  521. http://www.pentrix.com/
  522. http://www.peterroot.com/index.php?/projects/low-rise/
  523. http://www.pick-one.org/
  524. http://www.pintprice.com/
  525. http://www.piws.org/
  526. http://www.pointlesssites.com/
  527. http://www.pong-story.com/
  528. http://www.postcards-from-google-earth.com/
  529. http://www.postsecret.com/
  530. http://www.potatoland.org/shredder/
  531. http://www.potifos.com/tpg/index.html
  532. http://www.procrastination.ca/
  533. http://www.projectadrift.co.uk/
  534. http://www.psyhigh.com/
  535. http://www.pubology.co.uk/
  536. http://www.purdue.edu/impactearth
  537. http://www.quirkbooks.com/book/worst-case-scenario-survival-handbook-life
  538. http://www.rainymood.com/
  539. http://www.randompixel.com/
  540. http://www.ransomizer.com/
  541. http://www.ravenna.com/blackhole.html
  542. http://www.readingtoes.com/
  543. http://www.refdesk.com/
  544. http://www.reincarnationstation.com/
  545. http://www.rendance.org/shanty/
  546. http://www.reversespeech.com/
  547. http://www.revfad.com/flip.html
  548. http://www.ricksha.org/
  549. http://www.ringophone.com/TallOrNot.swf
  550. http://www.rinkworks.com/stupid/
  551. http://www.rinkworks.com/words/pangrams.shtml
  552. http://www.ripleys.com/
  553. http://www.robottle.com/hands/
  554. http://www.roesler-ac.de/wolfram/hello.htm
  555. http://www.romancortes.com/blog/the-simpsons-minus-the-simpsons/
  556. http://www.rpschamps.com/
  557. http://www.sandalandsoxer.co.uk/home.htm
  558. http://www.sandcollectors.org/ISCSHomeIndexx.html
  559. http://www.sankey.ca/caesar/
  560. http://www.savetz.com/bandaid/
  561. http://www.secretrestroom.com/
  562. http://www.sendmeyourhead.com/
  563. http://www.sewerhistory.org/
  564. http://www.shadyurl.com/index.php
  565. http://www.shedblog.co.uk/2011/06/06/the-time-has-come-here-are-the-category-winners-for-shed-of-the-year-2011-including-tardis-pub-office-and-unique-sheds/
  566. http://www.shoppingcartabuse.com/
  567. http://www.siberart.com/home%20pages/homeframeset.html
  568. http://www.simonpanrucker.com/beans.html
  569. http://www.singaboutscience.org/
  570. http://www.skeptiseum.org/
  571. http://www.skinema.com/
  572. http://www.slightlywarped.com/crapfactory/curiosities/2009/gibraltarairport.htm
  573. http://www.snakerobots.com/
  574. http://www.solaas.com.ar/dreamlines/
  575. http://www.spacetimetravel.org/
  576. http://www.spammimic.com/
  577. http://www.specialshapes.nu/
  578. http://www.spoon-tamago.com/2018/07/17/acrylic-paintings-of-objects-sliced-like-sashimi-by-yoko-eda/
  579. http://www.stephen.com/mondrimat/
  580. http://www.stiffs.com/
  581. http://www.strangeusa.com/Default.aspx
  582. http://www.streetviewfun.com/
  583. http://www.suitcaseexhibit.org/
  584. http://www.sulabhtoiletmuseum.org/
  585. http://www.swopnet.com/engr/index.html
  586. http://www.tackamarks.freeservers.com/
  587. http://www.tashian.com/multibabel/
  588. http://www.teatime4science.org/
  589. http://www.teausa.com/14531/reading-tea-leaves
  590. http://www.techeblog.com/elephant/photo.phtml?post_key=151042&photo_key=20428#prevnext
  591. http://www.tenwordwiki.com/
  592. http://www.thatsmyface.com/
  593. http://www.theage.com.au/oddspot/index.html
  594. http://www.thebricktestament.com/
  595. http://www.thecuriousdreamer.com/
  596. http://www.thefacesoffacebook.com/
  597. http://www.themaninblue.com/experiment/JS-909/
  598. http://www.thepictureofeverything.com/
  599. http://www.thepiercingurge.com.au/
  600. http://www.thesheepmarket.com/
  601. http://www.thesmokinggun.com/time-waster
  602. http://www.theuselessweb.com/
  603. http://www.thewvsr.com/adsvsreality.htm
  604. http://www.this-page-intentionally-left-blank.org/
  605. http://www.toastermuseum.com/
  606. http://www.tomatoesareevil.com/
  607. http://www.tomdukich.com/math%20songs.html
  608. http://www.tommangan.net/banned/
  609. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/hot-spot,365.html
  610. http://www.top10salltime.com/
  611. http://www.trafficcone.com/
  612. http://www.trainweb.org/dansrailpix/WIG_WAG_PAGE2.htm
  613. http://www.trashlog.org/
  614. http://www.twinsornot.net/
  615. http://www.twmacinta.com/tricks/
  616. http://www.ufo2001.com/
  617. http://www.uky.edu/Projects/Chemcomics/
  618. http://www.umich.edu/~umfandsf/symbolismproject/symbolism.html/Monstrosity/intropage/homepage.html
  619. http://www.unicycling.org/
  620. http://www.uniqueprojects.com/index.htm
  621. http://www.unkno.com/
  622. http://www.unmarried.org/
  623. http://www.unnecessaryknowledge.com/
  624. http://www.urban75.com/Mag/bubble.html
  625. http://www.urlesque.com/2011/03/29/2747-toothpicks-beard/
  626. http://www.usamemorychampionship.com/
  627. http://www.useless-facts.com/
  628. http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~loxias/harry_potter.htm
  629. http://www.vanishingpoint.ca/
  630. http://www.vendian.org/envelope/
  631. http://www.vendian.org/envelope/dir2/day_of_dots_clock/
  632. http://www.verbotomy.com/
  633. http://www.vintagebike.co.uk/galleries/sounds.php
  634. http://www.wackyuses.com/
  635. http://www.weblab.org/workingstiff/stressometer/index.html
  636. http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/
  637. http://www.weirdconverter.com/
  638. http://www.weirduniverse.net/
  639. http://www.welovetheiraqiinformationminister.com/
  640. http://www.wfmu.org/MACrec/
  641. http://www.whattheheck.com/ebay/
  642. http://www.winexmagazine.com/index.php/wine/vieweat/dishwasher-salmon/
  643. http://www.wonder-tonic.com/geocitiesizer/
  644. http://www.wordwizz.com/pwrsof10.htm
  645. http://www.worldlicenseplates.com/
  646. http://www.worldrps.com/
  647. http://www.worldtoilet.org/
  648. http://www.wormdigest.org/
  649. http://www.wouldisurviveanuke.com/
  650. http://www.y5b.com/
  651. http://www.yic17studio.com/
  652. http://www.yizzle.com/whatthehex/
  653. http://www.youshouldhaveseenthis.com/
  654. http://www.zetatalk.com/
  655. http://www.zombo.com/
  656. http://www.zonicweb.net/badalbmcvrs/
  657. http://www.zurqui.com/crinfocus/paper/airplane.html
  658. http://www3.telus.net/jefmil/stairwaybackwards.htm
  659. http://yokai.com/
  660. http://you.regettingold.com/
  661. http://zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/
  662. http://zompist.com/spell.html
  663. http://zoomquilt.org/
  664. https://2kindsofpeople.tumblr.com/
  665. https://43things.com/
  666. https://artofgeocities.tumblr.com/
  667. https://australianmuseum.net.au/death-the-last-taboo
  668. https://baconipsum.com/

Wrapping Up Our List of Cool Websites to Visit When Bored

I hope you enjoyed this gigantic list of websites you can try out.

I hope you got the message loud and clear: there are TONS of cool, interesting, fun, weird, useful, and even downright weird websites you can visit when you’re bored.

If I missed a website that you visit regularly (or even not so regularly!), please let me know.