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Websites That Will Make Your Professor Regret Allowing Laptops In Class

Bwog teaches you how to professionally waste class time.

It may be less than a week into classes,  but if you’re already done with your nasally lecture professor, we get it. Here are some websites (that aren’t Reddit) that will help you waste time this semester:

Pretend To Spend Money

Build a luxury custom car

See how high you can make the total in your cart

Job hunt for niche jobs

Apartment shop

Plan a road trip

 

Play Simple Games

Snake

Tetris

2048

Make a mini civilization just by clicking

Feel nostalgic and apparently learn math?

Be a snake!

Be a bacterium!

Be a wild animal!

Go to war!

 

Flex Your Brain Muscles

Take quizzes

Do crosswords

Spell words

Read the news

Review music

 

Finally, Some Truly Pointless Time-Wasters

A random website generator

Another random website generator

Make cool ethereal patterns

Stalk your professor

Spend Bill Gates’ money

 

And of course…you could always read Bwog

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