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Best websites: Fun

From time-wasting tips to laugh-out-loud funnies through puzzles, the best websites to make you smile and train your brain.

 

Michael Jackson; best websites for fun

The memory of Michael Jackson is safe forever thanks to the thousands of people who’ve contributed to the hypnotic eternalmoonwalk.com Photo: REUTERS

1. If you’ve ever lived with a food hoarder or neat freak you’ll appreciate the strained tones of the messages on Passive-Aggressive Notes (passiveaggressivenotes.com).

2. Smartkit (smart-kit.com) is home to all sorts of puzzles (jigsaw puzzles, sudoku, cryptograms) to help you train your brain.

3. Letters of Note (lettersofnote.com) is a stylish site with scans of letters, telegrams, faxes and memos: Einstein encouraging Roosevelt to pursue atomic research, the Museum of Modern Art turning down a gift from Andy Warhol in 1956.

4. OMGPOP (omgpop.com) is full of time-wasting games like Tetris-a-like Blockles, and Pictionary clone Draw My Thing. Requires Adobe Flash Player 10.

5. IAmA (reddit.com/r/IAmA) is a place where people invite others to ask them questions based on something they reveal about themselves, be it ‘I am an expert cabinetmaker’ or ‘I attended a taping of The Price is Right’.

6. Low Culture (lowculture.co.uk) is the premier site for dissections of the latest episode of The Graham Norton Show or passionate defences of the eighth season of Spooks.

7. Ffffound (ffffound.com) is one of those nebulous sites – a design/photography ‘image bookmarker’ – that shows you pretty pictures of lovely things.

8. The memory of Michael Jackson is safe forever thanks to the thousands of people who’ve contributed to the hypnotic Eternal Moonwalk (eternalmoonwalk.com).

9. The now legendary FAIL Blog (failblog.org) lowlights humanity in all its dumb idiocy, from placard typos to wedding day slapstick.

10. spEak You’re bRanes (ifyoulikeitsomuchwhydontyougolivethere.com) brings together the best – or rather, worst – user comments from news websites.

11. The Daily Mash (thedailymash.co.uk) is a brilliantly satirical news site. Typical headline: ‘BNP Question Time to replace Christmas for Guardian readers.’

12. You Can’t Please Everyone, part of the Cynical-C blog (cynical-c.com), is a collection of one-star Amazon reviews of classic films, books and albums.

Best websites: Fun – Telegraph

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November 13, 2009 - Posted by | Blogroll, Entertainement, Funny, People

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