Random Internet Web Sites, Things To Do Online

The Random Internet – 50+ Weird Things To Spark Your Curiosity

We all know there are millions of websites on the internet, but how many of you know the exact address of some of the most useless web pages? I’ve compiled a list to assist you in your journey through the useless network out of sheer boredom. Here’s a list of random internet sites for things to do in your spare time:

Take Me On The Useless Web – Any Random Internet Website

You might have come across one or two useless websites in the past, but what if I told you that I was enlighted with a whole list of random internet websites to visit. Some are just plain WTF? Let me know what you think in the comments below. And if you have any other random internet websites, please share.














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More Random Internet Things To Do When You Are Bored

The internet is a place where you can have infinite amounts of fun. For several of us, it’s difficult to remember a time when we couldn’t get lost in a rabbit hole of adorable cat videos and multi-page listicles. But the internet is much more than the current viral social media trend. For example, there are websites where you can create abstract art on the fly and channel your inner Picasso.

A quick idea before I list a few, if you are into gaming, try a few retro classics like Sonic or Mario. reminisce about the days when smartphones only had snake on. Damn… I miss snake, they don’t make games like that anymore.

  1. Do a Google search on yourself

I’m serious. You never know what you’ll learn about yourself when you do this. That is, if you are brave enough…

  1. Complete Quizzes

Test your knowledge of Renaissance art, Roald Dahl novels, and even the best episodes of The Twilight Zone. The Spice Girl do you identify with? Which pizza better describes your personality? We’re sorry to say it, but we can’t get enough of these ridiculous quizzes.

  1. Attend Penny Auctions to See What Happens

A penny auction, which is more like a game show than a true auction, offers you a small chance of winning expensive items for a small amount of money. QuiBids and DealDash are two of the most common choices.

4.Take a Google Street View tour of another country

Just a few people are aware of how awesome Google Street View is. You can type in addresses or neighbourhoods in countries all over the world, then use your mouse to explore the streets, plazas, and other features. For example, did you know that you can tour the inside of London’s government headquarters by entering “10 Downing Street”? It’s worth a shot.

  1. Make Memes of Your Own

Memes are undeniably funny if you’re a fan of Grumpy Cat, Overly Attached Girlfriend, or Condescending Wonka. You can make your own funny or thought-provoking memes with easy meme generators like the Img Flip Meme Generator and Make a Meme. You can also make memes of your friends and family to pull them down the rabbit hole of the random internet.

  1. Make it big on YouTube

You can do it, too, if anyone as strange as Poppy can. To start sharing your thoughts with the rest of the world, all you need is a camera phone and a free YouTube account. You may even be able to make some money if you gain enough followers.

  1. Become a member of a writing group.

Do you enjoy writing? Try out places like Scribophile and NaNoWriMo, which make it simple to enter a writing group.

  1. Put things in order of importance.

When you just want to spend hours ranking the stuff you want, Ranker.com is a fun place to visit. What were your favourite cartoons from the 1980s? What are your favourite post-punk bands? Vote for the stuff you enjoy, and leave the rest in the dust.

  1. Make your dream vacation a reality.

If your Google Street View tour has piqued your interest in seeing the world for yourself, you can use the internet to research hotels, cruises, tours, and excursions from Southern California to Northern Siberia. And if you are unable to travel immediately, the preparation process itself can be enjoyable and exciting.

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  1. Check out Amazon’s witty product reviews.

Look it up on the internet. You’ll be grateful to us later.

  1. Place a Food Order

The internet was forever changed as businesses like Pizza Hut started using online ordering. Grubhub and Doordash are two apps that allow you to order food from anywhere.

  1. Experiment with a New Recipe

Are you sick of making the same spaghetti and meatballs week after week? There are billions of recipes to choose from on the internet, ranging from quick weeknight meals to classic French dishes. Extend the gastronomic horizons.

  1. Create Beautiful Silk Art

Do you have a passion for art? Do you have hamster-like creative abilities? Don’t be embarrassed; be inventive. Silk, for example, allows anyone to make eye-catching art.

  1. Find out what there is to know about your ancestors.

Ancestry.com and other genealogy websites will help you learn a lot about your ancestors. You can also find more for free on other platforms like Family Search if you can’t afford the paid services.

  1. Becoming an Ordained Minister

When you can get ordained to officiate marriages online, there’s no need to go to seminary. Open Ministry and Universal Life Church are two websites that allow you to cut through the doctrinal red tape and gain the right to legally marry people. Even if you don’t end up marrying someone, it’s always a cool statement to make.

  1. Pick up a New Skill

Learning is enjoyable. I’m serious. Easy-to-follow tutorials on everything from marketing to digital photography can be found on sites like Lynda.com, and sites like Codeacademy can teach you how to write code like the pros for free. It’s fair to assume that there are very few skills that can’t be learned online.

  1. Meet new people

Do you want to do something fun on Saturday night? Meetup allows you to interact with groups of people who have similar interests, such as hiking, movies, wine drinking, or even crocheting, and make new friends while having a good time.

  1. Watch a movie or TV show

Maybe you’re not in the mood to go out on Saturday night. Perhaps you’d rather binge-watch Game of Thrones or see the latest romantic comedy. Netflix and Hulu, for example, are by your side.

  1. Look for Deals in Your Area

Although watching TV is fun, if you’d rather go out, check out famous coupon sites like Groupon and LivingSocial. You can find deep discounts on restaurants, theme parks, hotels, spa services, and much more by visiting these websites.

  1. Participate in a game

Sites like Pogo and King make it simple to discover and lose yourself in a world of challenging and colourful games.

  1. Locate Your Life’s Love

Online dating, which was once limited to the fringes of cyberspace, is now mainstream. You will have a lot of fun doing it if you keep an open mind and a good attitude (and you might even meet The One). The possibilities are practically infinite, from Bumble to eHarmony to Match.
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We understand that social media isn’t for everybody. Even, if you’re looking for a mindless pastime that allows you to interact with friends from the past, present, and probably future, you may want to check out Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat.

  1. Open a Business

What could be more enjoyable than making money? You can sell your old clothes or start a retail company from the ground up thanks to sites like Etsy, Amazon, and eBay.

  1. Begin a blog

Consider starting a blog if you’d rather not read the news of the day and instead share your own thoughts on current events, fashion, food, or almost any other subject. To get things started, you don’t need any technical knowledge. It’s easy and free with services like WordPress and Tumblr.

  1. Visit a store

If you don’t want to open your own store, you can always shop at other people’s stores and, if you’re lucky, get free return shipping. From the comfort of your own home, browse the latest fashions, books, movies, trinkets, and more. But proceed with caution. It’s perilous.
Take a Trip Down the YouTube Rabbit Hole (No. 26)

I’m serious. You’re watching a video about how to cut a pineapple one minute and then learning about the 10 most haunted castles in Lithuania the next. You can spend hours exploring thanks to the suggested videos on the sidebar of each video. YouTube is a fantastic adventure.

  1. Volunteer for a Cause

If you’re passionate about social justice, the economy, whale conservation, or something else, the random internet has a plethora of places where you can lift your voice, connect with like-minded activists, and get pumped up. Change.org is an excellent place to begin.

  1. Keep up with the latest news

Most news sources have at least some free web access, so don’t be afraid to use the internet to keep up to date with what’s going on in the world.

  1. Listen to New Music

If you’re sick of hearing the same Drake song over and over, it’s time to try something different. Sites like Spotify and Pandora let you listen to music you already like while also introducing you to new music you may enjoy.

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  1. Investigate Life Hacks

Have you ever wondered how to fold a fitted bed sheet or how to microwave several bowls at once? There’s almost certainly a workaround. Prepare to get your mind blown by searching for “life hacks.”

  1. Get Paid to Take Surveys

Yes, there is such a thing. You can earn money by taking surveys online on sites like Opinion Outpost and Inbox Dollars. You won’t get rich, but you could make enough money to pay for your next Starbucks ride.

  1. Look for Missed Connections on Craigslist

You’ll just have to take our word for it. Some of the entries are so weird and amusing that you’ll be entertained for at least an hour or two.

  1. Compose Music

You don’t have to be Mozart to make original music, thanks to the wonders of the internet. Soundtrap, for example, allows even the most inexperienced musicians to write and record original music.

Create a Photo Gallery (number 34)

Can you recall Photobucket? It still exists, to be sure. Google Images, for example, makes it much easier to organise and store your photos online.

Fun Random Internet Things You Can Do

You can make money and operate on the Internet in a variety of ways. If you’re looking for a nice way to spend an afternoon, here are a few random internet things you can do.

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Share photos and videos with your family and friends.

Email attachments are a great way to send free snapshots all over the world. Making an online photo album is a convenient way to go if you have more than one or two photos or videos that you want to share with more than one or two people.

Create a Flickr or Picasa Web Albums account, upload your photo and video files, and specify who else can see them. Instagram and Snapchat are also options.

Watch movies, TV shows, and commercials.

Short and experimental filmmakers now have a new way to reach an audience thanks to the Internet. Google’s YouTube is the most common, with users uploading massive amounts of content. You can also upload your own videos if you obey the YouTube guidelines. TED Talks are brief talks on topics such as technology, education, and design that are almost always entertaining.

Hulu is a web-based television service that allows you to replay early episodes of shows you missed the first time around.

Because the shows on Blip.tv are produced by independent artists, you may never have heard of them. If you have a Netflix subscription, you can watch videos on your computer, tablet, TV, or phone by streaming them from the Netflix website.

Listen to both new and old radio shows (A pretty cool random internet activity).

Many of National Public Radio’s and Public Radio International’s past services are accessible online in the United States. You can also use the search features on the pages to look for stories you might have missed. Some radio programmes, such as Car Talk and This American Life, have their own websites.

Play bridge or checkers

Alternatively, you might play chess, poker, hearts, backgammon, cribbage, go, or any other board or card game. Classic games hold their own against the increasingly bloody electronic games. Try playdiplomacy.com if you used to play Diplomacy.

Bridge enthusiasts like to think of the game as a way of life rather than a card game. Bridgebase.com (free) and okbridge.com ($99 a year after a free trial period) are both good places to find a bridge foursome. Greatbridgelinks.com has a lot of free and paid pages.

Play a variety of other video games.

At places like games.yahoo.com, www.games.com, and Microsoft’s zone.msn.com, you can find willing gaming partners at any time of day or night.

Addictinggames.com and virtualnes.com for re-created classic Nintendo games are two other good sites for both single-player and multiplayer games.

Words with Friends is a word game similar to Scrabble that you can play with friends or strangers. For your smartphone or tablet, download the software.

Find out how much your belongings are worth.

Through searching completed eBay auctions, you will find out the value of almost everything — at least anything that has sold on eBay in the last 90 days.

To check completed auctions, you’ll need an eBay account, so create one for free if you don’t already have one. Then choose Advanced Search from the drop-down menu. Pick the Completed Listings check box and type key words about your precious treasure into the Search bar. When you press the Search button, you’ll see a list of all auctions that include those keywords, as well as the final sale price of the item.

Build your own jumbo jet.

Airbus manufactures aircraft, including the massive A380 superjumbo. Airbus Goodies has several paper models of the A380 that you can print, cut out, fold, and launch if $300 million is a little out of your price range or you don’t have enough room in your garage for one. It also includes some lovely screen wallpaper images.

Visit museums all over the country.

Rainy afternoons can be spent exploring art museums. You can also use your browser to tour museums and galleries all over the world. The Louvre in Paris, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam are among the most famous.

Take a look at the incredible historical photo archive American Memory has to offer.

Travel around the globe.

Google Earth is a free downloadable app that allows you to zip across the globe and zoom in and out. You’ll find links to user-submitted photos, Wikipedia links, and enough to keep you occupied for hours until you get close to the ground.

Alternatively, use Google Maps Street View: go to a city and choose Street View.

Take a tour of the solar system

Probes visited many comets and asteroids, as well as every planet except Pluto, in the second half of the twentieth century. Storms on Jupiter, seas on Europa, mudslides on Mars, and the Earth at night were all seen by the probes.

If your a space geek like me, here are a few random internet places to check out:

Create your own universe.

Virtual worlds are virtual worlds that you can explore on the internet. You make an avatar, or personal action figure, that walks, talks, and emotes. Your avatar interacts with the avatars of other people who are logged on in environments that range from very realistic to completely awesome while you’re in one of these worlds.

World of Warcraft, which costs money, and RuneScape, which is free, are the two most popular and competitive online worlds.
Check out the comics.

Why do you have ink on your hands from reading your favourite comic strip? Ours are exclusive.

Other comic strips, including retro Peanuts strips, can be found on GoComics.

Invite a friend to watch your phone (Probably the most random internet thing I could think of).

Allowing your friend to see your screen is useful if you’re doing something fun on your computer or if you need help with your computer to cooperate. Screen sharing is available in many video chat services, including Google Hangouts, Skype, and Zoom.

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