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35 Best Useless Websites On The Internet To Kill Some Time With

Some say that Friday is the hardest day of the week. Unless you take the day off, of course.

You know the weekend is just around the corner, yet you still have things to tend to. You’ve probably a bit tired, had a long week, with lots of meetings, lots of tasks, and even more emails. Maybe you were lucky enough to cross some items off your to do list.

So we thought of something that’s guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Or to cheer you up over coffee break.

Ladies and gentlemen, allow us to introduce you to… some of the most useless websites on the world wide web. Yes, you’ve read that correctly. Some people really have a lot of spare time and they’ve come up with all these crazy, yet utterly useless websites.

But they’re loads of fun – see for yourself!

1. Procatinator

No matter what anyone says, cats are the ultimate procrastination thing on the internet. This website takes it up a notch. It features gifs of cats perfectly attuned to well-known tunes. Briefly, the perfect cure for buying some time. (If you want to get to work on the other hand, check out our how to beat procrastination guide). Visit Procatinator

2. Click to remove

Like the description says, just a pointless game. And one of the most popular useless websites ever. Visit the site

3. Heeeeeeeey.com

When you need a bit of encouragement, check out this site. It switches between a long Heeeey! to a long Hooo! Just like that. Visit the site

4. Papertoilet

One of the most popular debates ever (besides the chicken and the egg) is probably about how toilet paper should be placed. This funny little browser game allows you to play with a toilet paper roll, up and down. Visit the site

5. Corgi orgy

Let’s be honest – who doesn’t like corgis? Corgi orgy features an entire army of adorable corgis moving swiftly to a classy, upbeat rhythm. See for yourself. Visit the site

6. Plasma Globe

This is a virtual version of the touch-sensitive plasma globes you probably played with at the science museum as a kid. In this version, you use your cursor, instead of your fingers, to pull the color around.   Visit Plasma Globe

7. Make Everything Okay

Click the magic button to make everything okay. It can take a minute for “okay” to load, but if you’re having a rough day, you’ll love this small pick-me-up.  Visit the site

8. Find the invisible cow

With over 25,000,000 million animals discovered worldwide, Find the Invisible Cow has to be one of the most popular browser games ever. Ok, it’s not as popular as Solitaire, but still. To find the cow, you need to move the cursor in the browser. Once you find it, you get to level up and look for other animals. Visit Find the invisible cow

9. Ismycomputeron.com

As some philosophers would argue, nothing is certain in this world. This website will help you get one step closer to what may be one of the most existential questions ever. Visit Ismycomputeron.com

10. Iamawesome.com

Are you? Or are you not? This website has the answer. Visit Iamawesome.com

11. Do nothing for 2 minutes

This useless website challenges to sit and do nothing for two minutes. It comes with a very accurate timer that gets reset when you move the cursor. There’s no escaping it. Visit the site

12. Rrrgggbbb.com

Create your own tune with this site. It plays a different sound when you hover your mouse over each of the letters, creating a unique sound. Visit rrgggbbb.com

13. Omfg dogs

You thought the corgis were cute? Well, this is cuteness overloaded. A bunch of dogs (pugs included) running all over your screen.

14. Falling guy

This desperate little guy goes up or down, depending on how you move your cursor. How far down can you drop him? Check out Falling guy

15. Patridge gets lucky

Patridge may not look like the coolest guy on the internet, but he sure has some cool dance moves. And he’s really into Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”. Check them out, you might just get lucky yourself. Visit Patridge gets lucky

16. Everyday I’m

You know you are. Here’s a cool website that supports that. Visit Everyday I’m

17. Passive Aggressive Password Machine

Remember that time when you wish you had a button to make everything OK? Well, there you go – it’s here.

18. Random things to do

If you’re looking for things to do while you’re bored or unique items for your Bucket list, then this website is a must. It features all kind of crazy ideas.

19. What’s my Starbucks name

You know your name. But do you know your Starbucks name? Now you can find out.

20. Falling falling

There is a lot optical illusions can do. It can actually make you feel like you’re falling. Be careful not to get dizzy while you check this out. 

21. Silly Twitter Bio

Inspiration for all those times when you need a short bio for yourself. Or a good laugh.

22. Pixels Fighting

Who said pixels cannot get into an argument? Which side will win? 

23. Popopopcorn

If you like popping plastic bubble wrap, you’re guaranteed to find this somewhat satisfying. Actually, it doesn’t even come close. Still, give it a try. 

24. Ffffidget

Fidget spinners have been the craze this year. If you don’t have one in real life to ease the stress, try this website. The fidget spins as you click around it. What’s more, there’s a link to buying a real-life spinner.

25. Can’t Not Tweet This

Take annoying social media spamming to the next level.

26. Dogs are the most moe

Ever wanted to pet a dog online? Now you get the chance. And there’s a counter for how often you do.

27. Po-ta-to

It doesn’t get more useless than this. It’s just the photo of a potato. But what a photo. 

28. I has a bucket

Probably one of the cutest memes on the internet. And probably one of the most useless websites as well.

29. Into time

There’s nothing like abstract color to make you consider an even more abstract concept: color. Spend some time contemplating time while watching the smooth gradient change hues and shades.

30. Endless horse

How long are a horse’s legs? Well, they can be pretty long. 

31. Koalas to the max

This game is basically a digital version of coloring. Play it first to reveal the adorable hidden image. Then, keep at it to satisfy your inner perfectionist. Make sure nothing stays hidden.

32. Corndogoncorndog

What could be more useless on the Internet than this? It’s just the image of two corndogs with mustard, sitting quietly and enjoying the music. Nothing. Ever. Happens. 

33. Where is the sloth

Test your gaming skills with this ground-breaking browser game. Click the browser window to see where that lazy sloth is hiding! 

34. Scanwiches

A word of caution – don’t visit this one in case you’re hungry. Because it features up and close, high-resolution, clear & crisp images of delicious sandwiches. The images are so appealing that you can almost taste the sandwich. 

35. The last page on the internet

This collection would not have been complete without the last page on the internet. It comes with advice on what to do this weekend.

If we’ve opened up your appetite, here is where you can discover even more useless websites: The Useless Web, Pointless and The Useless Web Index.

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August 25, 2017

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