Interesting things you can do on Internet in your leisure

Most interesting things you can do on Internet

The internet is a place filled with endless opportunities for frivolous fun. The Internet is full of free things If you know the right place. There’s so much more to the internet than the latest viral social media trend. For instance, there are places on the internet where you can create abstract artwork on the fly and unleash your inner Picasso, or if that’s not your speed, maybe you’d like to play classic arcade games and revisit a time where smartphones didn’t exist yet.

If you’re bored out and looking for something entertaining to do, consider the funniest things that listed below to do on the internet.

Play Super Smash Bros

Smash plays (pun intended) a large part of dorm culture, so it might be time to get on that. It’s cool and lets you relive your childhood video game adventures. Play this free Flash version to get started.

FBF all day

Find your friend’s fifth-grade yearbook photo or that pic from when they first created their Facebook account. You’ll have your squad laughing for days. Trust us, the 12-year-old version of yourself will find more popularity than 20-year-old you ever will.

Watch aesthetically pleasing YouTube videos

Toy Story 2, the video has over 2 million views on YouTube; Psychologists say the scene speaks to the human need for perfection. Forget psychology and put that video on replay. Watching videos of artists writing with calligraphy pens is also more satisfying than you think.

Lurkin’ on LinkedIn

Forget Facebook and Instagram; look up that honey from poli-sci on LinkedIn. Learn about his internship last summer and confirm your future man has life goals. Once you know what he dedicates his time to, you can form the perfect, yet subtle, a conversation starter.

Learn an emerging language

Forget your basic Spanish or French and learn one of the world’s emerging languages for free online. Pick up Turkish on Duolingo or Arabic on Rosetta Stone without wasting your class credit or precious tuition dollars.

Play Prince of Persia

Jump! Climb! Kill the baddies! Save the princess! Play this classic game online for free, but remember to turn off the sound, or put headphones in. Not only is the soundtrack a little bit tinny, the sword swipes make a lot of noise.

Geoguessr

Geoguessr is a guessing game using Google Maps. You're dropped into a random location (left) and you have to guess where you are. You can use clues (what language are the street signs in?) or you can just go with your gut. If you sign up, you can play in challenge mode against another player.

The Wiki Game

This game is based on the exploration of Wikipedia articles. It gives you a starting article and an ending article, and your goal is to navigate from one to the other by only clicking on internal Wikipedia links. There are five modes: fastest, fewest clicks, exactly six clicks, no using “United States” as a link, and five clicks to Jesus.

Spy on the weather

Super accurate, and helpful for your local area, but also weirdly absorbing for guessing temperatures around the world.

Browse music with Radiooooo

Radiooooo is a really neat concept. Click on an era and a location, and listen to the music that was popular there and then. So, if you click 1950 + United Kingdom, you'll get a swing track. But 1930 + Australia digs up a folk song. Easy to while away a whole afternoon.

Browse items on the eCommerce platform

Items are updated daily with the worst things for sale on the e-Commerce platform. Check in and see if anything takes your fancy.

Read ebooks with Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg has over 49,000 e-books for free, with more being added regularly. You can download them to your phone or Kindle – or just keep one open in a tab to dip in and out of. All the books featured are out of copyright, so you can expect plenty of Sherlock Holmes, as well as The Call of the Wild, Wuthering Heights, and more.

Take quizzes

Test your knowledge of Renaissance art, Roald Dahl books, or even the best Twilight Zone episodes. What type of pizza best sums up your personality? We hate to admit it, but we can’t get enough of these absurd clickbait quizzes.

Tour a foreign country with Google Street View

Very few people realize just how cool Google Street View actually is. You can enter addresses or neighborhoods located in countries throughout the world and use your mouse to visually explore the streets, plazas, and more. Actually, it's awesome. For instance, do you know what if you enter “10 Downing Street”? You actually tour the inside of London’s government headquarters. Try it.

Become a YouTube celebrity

If someone as bizarre as Poppy can do it, so can you. All you need is a camera phone and a free YouTube account to start sharing your thoughts with the whole world. If you attract enough followers, you may even be able to generate some revenue.

Rank things

Ranker.com is a fun site to explore when you just want to spend hours ranking the things that you love. Favorite movies? Favorite post-punk bands? Vote up the things that you love and leave everything else in your bin.

Learn a new skill

Learning is fun. Seriously. Sites like Lynda.com have easy-to-follow lessons covering everything from marketing to digital photography, and sites like Codecademy can teach you how to write code like the pros for free. In fact, it’s safe to say that there are very few skills you can’t learn online.

Start a blog

If you’d rather eschew the news of the day and share your own views on current affairs, style, cuisine, or almost any other topic, consider starting a blog. You don’t need any technical skills to get things rolling. Services like WordPress and Tumblr make it easy and free.

Create a photo gallery

Remember Photobucket? Well, it still exists. And newer platforms like Google Photos make it even easier to arrange and archive your photos online.

Explore Reddit

When all else fails, head over to Reddit: the greatest time-wasting site in existence. Reddit is essentially a hub for thousands of different user-made communities. Each community (called “subreddits”) can focus on any topic or idea, and all users can create as many new subreddits as they want at any time. Start with these creepy subreddits, these bizarre subreddits, and these discussion-based subreddits.

Learn killer magic tricks at GoodTricks

Everybody loves magic, so if you want to be the next David Blaine, then head on over here and start levitating or whatever.

Create funny mixes

With Incredibox.com you create amazing music mixes. There are little hipster men for you to dress. And small items which express music, melodies, and voices. By putting items on characters you create a music effect. All in all, you will receive your own musical track to share on Facebook or save to PC.

Read hilarious online comics

Read hilarious online comics like Dr. Mcninja Or go on to comic prospector and find something else you like. We sure that you will like Dr.McNinja.

Read funny emails

The site Dontevenreply.com offers a collection of emails sent as replies to advertising spam. The author aim is to mess with people sending ads, confuse them.

 

These are all little stuff that we mentioned above, but there's a lot of stuff available online. Hope, all these will help you to come out from bored. You can share in the comments if you know anything else that we left out. Thank you!

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