Remember Neopets?! Yes, it is childish and from a long time ago, but there are some pretty FUN games on here. There’s action games, puzzle games, adventure games, and more. You have to make an account, but just choose and cute pet and play the games! (You don’t have to worry about your pet, you can neglect/starve them if you like. But that’s just cruel.) Definitely avoid playing this in class when someone might be looking over your shoulder and judging you hard. :D
A website filled with videos of cute animals. What more could you want? Yes, many of them are cat videos.
Similar to the iPhone game “Blowfish”, the point of this game is to fill up 2/3rds of the box with circles. Avoid the bouncing balls, which will break your circle and make you lose a life. Simple yet addicting!
Make instant polaroids out of your own photos! For those of you without a polaroid camera or those who can’t afford the expensive film, download the Poladroid to transform your photos so that they look like polaroids. Just drag and drop them onto the Poladroid, and after a few “shakes”, it’ll give it a polaroid effect. Obviously this is not like an actual polaroid, but BEGGARS CAN’T BE CHOOSERS. Even Justin Timberlake uses this!
Add the sound of falling rain to the background of your music! It makes you feel like you’re sitting inside watching the rain pour outside. Pair it with whatever type of music you see fit; here I’ve paired it with Rachel Yamagata. :)
This game is simple yet addicting. Try to touch a certain number of colorful dots using something kind of like a ripple effect. The higher the level, the more dots there are and the more you have to touch. The music is soothing too!
Game submitted by @shadowshwa
This is silly and a little bit weird. People upload their photos and ask you to guess their age. After guessing, it tells you the true age of the person and the average age that people guess. You can even submit your own photo. It’s really mindless, but some 13 year olds look REALLY old for their age…
Send your future self an email! Maybe you want to remind your future self of some things in the past (such as what type of goals and dreams you had a few years ago, or which type of girls not to date). With FutureMe, you can set a certain date for your email to arrive, no matter how many years in the future it is. You can even do this with your friends and family. Include a picture to see how much you’ve changed over the years! :)
StumbleUpon.com is the king of lazy internet browsing. After making an account, StumbleUpon lets you check off what you’re interested in, with everything common like Animals, Celebrities, Food, and Movies to categories such as Exotic Pets, Nightlife, Satire, and more. A simple click of the button “Stumble!”, and you’re well on your way to finding the treasures of the internet.