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With finals coming up, everyone is looking for the perfect way to procrastinate. In fact, it took me about five times longer to write this blog than it should have because I was busy looking at these sites. Here are five websites that will make putting off writing that paper or studying for that exam just a little more tempting.
Can you name all the presidents of the U.S. in under a minute? What about all the lyrics to a classic Beatles song? Sporcle will test your knowledge of the bizarre and mundane in timed trivia tests that will help improve your brain power for that test you should be studying for instead.
There’s a pretty good chance that at some point in your life you’ve played Pac-Man, but chance never like this. This rendition not only allows you to play the game, but design your own levels as well, which are connected to other player’s level’s around the world.
Technology can be both good and bad. In this case, it’s bad for the people who receive these weird texts but awesome for those of us who get to read them. Just hope that you don’t show up anywhere on the site…
Whoever thought of the concept for a website that combines internet quizzes with charity is a genius. For every answer you get right, the site donates 10 grains of ride through the World Food Programme. What could be better than helping end world hunger while procrastinating?
5. Tomywife.tumblr.com/ and Tomyhusband.tumblr.com/
Both websites consist of musings to the writer’s future spouse, and everyone can relate to the requests and thoughts of a person looking for that special someone. Although To My Wife tends to be much more romantic, women will get a kick out of the husband site, while men might find it an interesting insight into how women really view relationships.
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