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Discussion in 'Personal' started by twirlygig, Feb 2, 2012.
I like using this
I'd forgotten about the autocorrect site. I'm going to hae a look there now
I am rather fond of a little Sporcling www.sporcle.com
Propertyporn on Rightmove
or I practise my singing with
twitter is quite fun. Reading tweets. watching various American interview shows on you tube, on here, watching movies on line on love film
The Discuss the Archers thread on the BBC message boards is very diverting. There is a thread on there at the moment called'Old Am's Compendium' that is knicker-wettingly funny, though you have to follow The Archers to appreciate it.
I spent ages tonight on Amazon and Ebay looking and dreaming about buying a pair of Manitobah Mukluks (boots from Canada).... might save up and get a pair because they are gorgeous.
Go on Wikipedia and hit the Random Article button a few times. You'll either find something quite interesting or the location of an entirely inconsequential town in Poland.
Cool idea Captain Obvious...just been checking out Groundhog day on wiki...random
thedailymash.co.uk-hilariously rude satirical news site.Not to be shown to pupils...
Amazon to download more free books for my Kindle, which I will never get round to reading.
Facebook to play Scrabble against six of my family. Also Bejewelled Blitz on the same, which can be addictive.
Then Cruise dot UK to look at forums and to plan holidays for when I retire.
Then clothes and shoes bargains.
Also here of course!
I go to www.friv.com
its the most pointless waste of time, but the games are great. Introduced to me by my 10 year old next door neighbour to my my 4 year old son. Now whole family are addicted.
I love charts
s t f uparents/s t f u believers.
Thank you whoever said damn you auto correct, was practially crying!
I am absolutely loving that nobody here website! Procrastination at it's finest!