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5 Excellent Ways to Waste Time Online

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The greatest luxury of time is time itself. Thus it’s a deadly sin to simply waste it. As we all know time is relative and the more fun you have, the faster time passes. Being bored is the most cruel way to waste time. So, in our quest to happiness, I advise you never to be bored, always be occupied and busy, and most of all, enjoy what you’re doing!

These are my TOP 5 in covering time gaps with more joy and less boredom:

(1) Ask 500 People

What a hilarious site, promising to show you the world opinion while you watch. It’s not just a boring poll, it’s an interactive experience! A question, a map of the world with pins for each vote, the current results, a list of countries that recently voted and lots more.

(2) Guess-the-Google

A 5×5 square of Google images, all fetched with the same keyword, and you have to guess which one. Fun little game and there’s a highscore to beat too. Good luck!

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