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Going to look up these sites now. Thanks for the the suggestions.

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Mrs. Bee 07-12-2013 02:17 PM

Going to look up these sites now. Thanks for the the suggestions.

tia 07-09-2013 10:21 AM

is these kind of websites! (weird grammar, i know)

i think i was alerted to them all by PTers...

dogshaming.com (pics of naughty dogs with notes from them about what they did)

awkwardfamilyphotos.com

cakewrecks .com (horrible professional cakes--lots of spelling, etc. errors)

passiveaggressivenotes.com

cheezburger.com (hosts several funny sites)--scroll to bottom for the categories and names--my faves: wedinator, ugliest tattoos (NSFW), win, there i fixed it, school of fail, and graphjam

have fun!

oops, almost forgot: damnyouautocorrect.com (accidental and hilarious autocorrect text messages)

MrsCroak 07-08-2013 08:19 PM

stumbledupon.com

create an account and check of your interests. then click "stumble" and it will bring you to websites that might interest you.

BigwigRabbit 07-08-2013 08:10 PM

Izismile.com has a load of interesting pictures. You can see from the title of each group whether it'll be interesting to you.

Mrs. Bee 07-08-2013 07:24 PM

Since I'm on the computer this summer, and I don't want it to be strictly in planning for next year, does anyone have any fun websites that I can take a break looking at while I work?

Much appreciated...




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