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Published September 26th 2011
Let's face it - you're lazy, bored, and have little patience for other people. Since you're on this website, I'm going to assume you're in a long-term relationship with your laptop, and you want to break it off to see what else Sydney has to offer. But instead of estranging yourself from your electronic lover, why not rekindle the relationship with some visits to great sites?

First stop...

1. The Onion
9733; ★ ★ ★ ☆
That's right, the king of political satire - The Onion. Known for its subtle trolling, it often features breaking headlines such as "Local Man Ruins Date Just by Being Himself".

2. Reddit
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Don't be deterred by its lacklustre layout, it's honestly quite an entertaining site. I've lost countless hours of sleep over it. It features news stories, scientific discoveries, debates between members, and of course, the number one internet commodity - LOL cats.

3. UrbanDictionary
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For those that aren't familiar with this site, its name is pretty betraying of what it's about - a dictionary filled with urban slang. Tread softly. There are some words you wish you never knew.

4. CollegeHumor
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You don't have you spend hours on youtube looking for funny videos anymore; Collegehumour collects them all for you.

5. Google
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I was about 12 years old when I came upon the world-shattering revelation that I could google all of life's answers. Google's autocomplete function is enough to set me for an evening.

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I personally can't live without Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Gmail and an assortment of websites to do with my university. WeekendNotes is what I do during those times too, hehe, such as now. For those of us who like learning something new, there's also or domain to monitor the house market and ASX to observe share prices etc. I'm probably one of the nerdier "bored" people though... So perhaps ignore the last two suggestions.
By Maz Serena Rockers - senior reviewer
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