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9 Hilarious Websites To Visit When You Need To Kill Time

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We all have our bad days. A laptop that gets stolen, keys that disappear into the drain and those mothers-in-law.

When you’re having one of those days, we all need to be cheered up.
Actually, even without having one of those days, most people can use a good laugh. And because none of your friends know any good jokes to tell, MakeUseOf comes to the rescue.

Below is a compilation of hilarious websites you can visit for a good dose of humour. Of course, this list is not complete, by far. If you think we missed something, add it in the comments!

Comedy Videos

Need a laugh now? First stop; online video. The net is filled to bursting with videos that make you giggle. Dry British humour or slapstick entertainment, it’s your call. On most hilarious websites like these though, it’s often the latter.

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