Feeling bad? Need a website to cheer you up? Here are some websites to help you get through those rainy days.
This website gives you a random compliment every time you load it up. If you need more compliments, there’s a nifty little button at the bottom to feed you more. Once you’re feeling better or if you find a compliment you’re quite fond of, click the “Thanks! I feel better” button to print a cute poster of your compliment!
Drown yourself in the cute world of pets with this website! Once you visit it, you won’t ever leave. I haven’t met one person that hasn’t clicked the “next page” button once they hit the bottom of the screen.
This is a website of a pug licking your computer screen. Enough said.
This website consists of anonymous secrets sent in by users. These secrets can be about anything: hilarious habits that we can relate with or deep dark secrets that we wish no one knew about. Regardless of the secrets you come across, this website has a strange way of comforting you.
Everyone always wonders where all the good news went. You can find that a majority of it ran to party it up at this site. This website only features good news from around the world. Help spread the knowledge of happiness wih this website!
Visit this website to play on a piano with other people! Sometimes, you’ll even come across a pro who actually knows how to play!
This website has instructions on it that will allow you to turn your current webpage into a game that mimics the video game Katamari Damacy. You will be given a ball to roll around the webpage to pick up everything on it! Start with the smaller objects and go for the bigger ones as your ball increases in size! Try it out!
There’s no better way to make yourself happier than to blow all of your money on stuff you may or may not want. This site lists out hundreds of interesting objects up for sale that will pique your interest. However, before you start browsing, you might want to let someone hide your wallet.
This is literally a website for rainy days. This website continuously mimics the sound of rain. The purpose of this is to let you underlay your music playlist with the sound of rain. Interestingly enough, it makes any song that much more interesting and relaxing. Try it out!
About the author: Michael is a blogger for Smith Monitoring a home security alarm company. He is a web-crawler that spends most of his day finding entertaining websites. He looks to spread the enjoyment of the internet to everyone he knows.