The Most Important Thing


I’m going to show you how to do the most Important Thing that you can do online. Waste time. Warning: some of these sites might actually be useful.

Starting with the Top option of watching grass grow.

Watching Grass Grow

watching-grass-grow-dot-com

Too much for you? Then relax by putting together a few puzzles.


Daily Jigsaw Puzzles

daily-jigsaw-puzzles-dot-net

When you sign up for services online you usually need to supply an email address but maybe you don’t want to use your own. How about an address that lasts only 10 minutes?

10-Minute Mail

10-minute-email-dot-com

Ever play the lottery? Don’t know which numbers to play? Try this random number generator.


Random Number Generator

random-dot-org

Don’t know what to eat? Can’t think for yourself? Blame the Internet and then go to this random recipe generator.

Random Recipe Generator

reciperoulette-dot-tv

Turn your picture into a poster here.


Rasterbator

rasterbator-dot-net

This one I’ve used a few times. To help you find that missing manual that you’ll never read anyway.

Manuals Lib

manualslib-dot-com

For all Trump haters.


Push Trump Off A Cliff Again

pushtrumpoffacliffagain-dot-com

Ever wonder how many people were in space at any given time? At the time of this writing, three. Not very popular with the tourist. ūüôā

How many people are in space right now

howmanypeopleareinspacerightnow-dot-com

Want to play some old fashion SNES games?


Retro Super Nintendo Games

snesfun-dot-com

And finally, do you want to learn how to speak Minion? Just type in what you want to translate and click on the Translate It! button. Too bad the site doesn’t actually voice it out. The eyes on either corner of the website will follow your mouse.

Minion Translator

minionstranslator-dot-com

Now, let’s get back to the important things and watch the grass grow.

About the Author

Terry Hollett

Terry is a self-taught computer aficionado, who after being exposed to Windows 3.1 in the early 1990's devoured every book and magazine on the subject he could get his hands on. A published author with over 20 years' experience building and servicing computers for friends and family he started his first website in 2002 at Hit Any Key.

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