You planned on avoiding work by spending time on the same old sites you use to procrastinate every other day of the week? New plan: use these instead. You’ll thank me later!
What I Found At Work Today
What I Found At Work Today is like going through the retro riches found at a thrift store in convenient blog form.
Kids Say The S—tiest Things
You probably wouldn’t have wanted your notes from junior high plastered all over the Internet, would you have? All the more reason to read them on this site then, right?
The New York Times put together this Rock-Paper-Scissors bot. Slightly less dehumanizing than Watson on “Jeopardy!”, and much better for procrastination.
Kate Middleton For The Win
Kate Middleton gets to marry a prince AND get her very own meme? Unfair.
Nobody can deny that playing Twister with your fingers on a keyboard doesn’t sound like a blast. Choose ‘program 2′ on ASCII Aerobics to do just that.
Emilio Estevez Is Less Gnarly
Sheen fatigue is the new Sheen obsession, so why not focus on his brother, Coach Bombay himself? Film Drunk put together this delightful meme slideshow of Emilio Estevez’s more reasonable life.
F*** Yeah Nouns
About a million Tumblr blogs will now be deemed irrelevant with “F*** Yeah Nouns,” where you can plug in your very own nouns and the site will generate a stock photo of your chosen object of enthusiasm. (NSFW for the word f***.)
Rahm Emanuel may be (temporarily?) knocked off the ballot for Chicago’s mayoral election, but Rahmen Emanuel, on the other hand, has a long, noodly career ahead of him.
Click Click Click
The premise of this one is simple. You click on behalf of your country, and those clicks are translated to points. Currently, the United States is at number eight. Number eight?! Hungary is number one, and most Americans have proudly never even heard of them. We can do better than that, guys. USA! USA! USA!
Faces of Rejected Bachelorettes
Move over, baseball — watching The Bachelor has become America’s Pastime. And for those of us who don’t watch, at least we have Faces of Rejected Bachelorettes, which provide the entire story of the episode in one solitary, crushed look of devastation when they get rejected by The Bachelor.
Do Nothing For 2 Minutes
Can you do nothing for 2 minutes? This site dares you to do just that.
Horses With Hands Riding A Bike
In the beginning, there was nothing. Matter came into being, and soon after, life. Organisms thrived, then later died, as is the circle of this mystery we call life. After billions of years, man came about, and with man, industry and technology. The great connector of human kind, telecommunications, has put us closer in touch than our precursors could have imagined in their wildest fantasies. One day, empires will crumble, and mankind will go extinct, but until then, please enjoy Horses With Hands Riding A Bike.
Fake Jeopardy! Interview Intros
Somehow, “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek has hosted the quiz show for decades without ever learning how to be at ease when interviewing contestants prior to the game. Fake Jeopardy! Interview Intros makes up some outlandish scenarios for Trebek’s interviews that marry his calm, stilted demeanor with some truly bizarre questions.
Considering how much you love catapults, you probably don’t even need this page. But with all your catapult bookmarks unorganized to reflect your fiendish obsession with the art of flinging things from other things, we understand if you left one or two off. Here’s Catapult Crazy! to fill that void.