Break the Boredom

By David Barnes

Hey Everyone, welcome back to another blog to break your boredom.

Time has flown and with almost one and a half years of sitting at home, all the sources of entertainment have seemed to dwindle. But like always, we are here to save the day.

Today’s blog focuses all on entertainment, be it movies, music or art. So grab some snacks and join us as we list down fun websites to break that boredom.

The Onion

With all that is happening around the world, serious news is always on top of everyone priority. Either it brings in a world full of anxiety or a bottle full of worry. This website eliminates all that and spoofs the news, making it not a reliable source of data, but a more funny, and how it should have been sort of scenario.

The Oatmeal

One of the best comic strip websites to waste time. Webcomics can be hit-or-miss, but this is a reliable source for funny stories. And strangely enough, are super relatable in certain circumstances.


Our only problem with Netflix? Too many choices. No matter how many “suggested titles” I scroll through, we always end up watching reruns of F.R.I.E.N.D.S.
MUBI removes the burden of choice. This website only hosts 30 movies at a time, with a single movie added and removed daily.


Have you ever got bored just sitting at home just scrolling through pre-recorded videos on YouTube? This is a wonderful website for live streaming videogames, cooking, wood crafting, etc. There is an interactive chat box where millions of viewers unite, making this website super convenient.


If music is your passion but the ability to produce isn’t, this website is perfect for you. Just drag and drop random tunes and watch how your randomness turns into a piece of art.

Flash by Night

Remember the gold old days of playing games on the internet? Well, this website is the exact reason to bring in nostalgia all in one place. Enjoy the epic flash games of your childhood and bring that frown of boredom into excitement.


This website needs no interaction. A perfect place to scroll endlessly through memes, funny cat videos, games, etc. I don’t know about you, but I spend way too much time over here.

Unplug the TV

When you want to watch something, and don’t know what to pick, try this. It shows a single video, usually educational, so you can learn one clip at a time. You don’t pick what you watch, but you do have the option to skip videos if they don’t suit your fancy.

David Barnes

David Barnes

Just your average happy go lucky person, sharing my thoughts with the world.


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