18 free sites to pass the time
Are you bored? Or do you have free time but want to spend it differently? We understand, some days, we want to do something else.
Fortunately, the Internet is a wealth of websites and information. Not only does it contain countless valuable websites that facilitate schoolwork, study, and research material, but it also hosts some fun and interesting (and possibly meaningless) websites to pass the time.
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— Paul Griffiths (@paul_griffiths) July 19, 2022
Twitter user Paul Griffiths recently shared a thread of websites he found helpful in helping people kill time. Along with its list of interesting websites, we also scoured the web for other website suggestions worth checking out.
18 fun places to pass the time
1. Stunning Beauty
Staggering Beauty is a website with an animated worm on it. Your job? To make the worm dance. Known as the rave worm, it dances to the beat of your mouse cursor – a fast and fun way to help you kill time. Tip: Move your mouse as fast as you can and see what happens. Click on here for the website.
2. Endless Horse
On this website you will see a horse with very long legs created from text and symbols. The problem? Scroll through the website and you’ll find there’s actually no end to her legs. Your job is to keep scrolling the website until it reaches the horse’s hooves.
We highly doubt there’s an end to his legs, though. We paraded for a long time and never reached the horse’s hooves. Do you think you can prove us wrong? Click on here for the construction site.
3. Cat bounce
On Cat Bounce, it’s raining cats and… more cats. Here, a bunch of bouncy cats will greet you. Some cats are more bouncy, so use your mouse to drag each cat you see. Want more cats? Click on the “Make It Rain” icon. Click on here for the construction site.
4. Hacker Typer
Ever wanted to feel like a hacker? With Hacker Typer it is possible. Hacker Typer generates random codes as you type letters on your keyboard. Press certain keys on your keyboard, and you will be able to generate an access denied or granted on your screen. Click on here for the construction site.
5. The Deep Sea
This website allows you to scroll to the bottom of the ocean. As you scroll, you’ll learn about the different types of sea life at different ocean depths. Click on here for the website.
6. OMFG Dogs
Watch a litter of dogs run to retro synth-pop music. Click on here for the website.
7. Hey Ho
A website that greets you with “Hey” and “Ho” with repeated vowels for emphasis. That’s it, really. Did you expect more? Click on here for the website.
8. Find the invisible cow
On this website, your job is to find an invisible cow by following the “screams”. The more “screams” you hear, the closer you get to the hidden cow. Since the launch of the website, internet users around the world have found more than 75 million cows. Click on here for the website.
9. Paper toilets
Scroll your mouse to complete the toilet paper roll. That’s literally all there is to this website. Click on here for the website.
10. The Passive Aggressive Password Machine
Do you think your passwords are strong? This site will decide for you. Enter any password, and the Passive Aggressive Password Machine will be honest about your password strengths. Do you think you can impress her? Click on here for the website.
11. Map Crunch
MapCrunch updates its site daily with a random 360° view of the street. Log on to the website daily to discover new streets worth visiting. Click on here for the website.
12. Scream into the void
Vent your frustrations and stress by typing and sending them to the void on this website. A rather practical site, it must be said. Click on here for the website.
13. Automatic drawing
Put your drawing skills to the test on Autodraw, which will try to guess what you’re drawing. According to to placehe can guess hundreds of drawings and keeps adding new drawings over time to improve his suggestion tool. Click on here for the website.
Akinator is a character in the game that tries to guess a specific character, object, or animation in your mind. It’s an awesome guessing tool because it can usually guess the topic in just a few rounds of questions. For extra fun, have him guess obscure or niche topics to throw him off his game. Click on here for the website.
Pet a cat on this site to earn pop points. The best part? It is a highly competitive website where internet users from all over the world compete to see which country can accumulate the most pop points. Hong Kong is currently leading with 122 billion pop points. Do you think you can take your country to first place? Click on here for the website.
16. Buzzfeed Quiz
This site needs no introduction. If you have hours to kill, why not try Buzzfeed’s quizzes to find out how famous you are, your personality, your dream house and more? Click on here for the website.
Reddit hosts countless forums and channels that deal with a specific topic. These forums and channels feature discussions, stories, videos, images, and more, all of which can keep you busy and occupied for hours. For example, the channel r/todayilarned has users sharing some really cool stuff that most people wouldn’t have known about. The channel r/nosleep shares some of the scariest stories that will keep you up at night. Click on here for the website.
Can’t find a series on a streaming platform to entertain you? Check out Explore, which streams live reality clips of nature and animals. You can even catch pets such as cats messing around when their owners aren’t home or watch a litter of puppies sleeping in the playpen. Click on here for the website.