Play with your food? Naaah!!! Avoid food fights. Instead, here's links for children, and for adults' "child within", offering fun, games, riddles or puzzles.
Do you have sheep-dog instincts? How fast are your reactions?
"Why when I was young...." Take a look at how things really used to be, say, on the day you were born or a parent's birthdate. It won't make you feel better about the price of gasoline, however. Just enter a birth date for our personal time capsule.
Did you ever get paper money with 'where's George" stamped or printed on it? This is a mild way to have fun. Visit Where's George and register; you'll need to activate your account. Enter a bill number and size, plus your zip code, to see where the bill has been. Or discreetly print "wheresgeorge.com" on the margin of the bill, register it and send it on it's way. You can check back on progress, or elect to have email notifications.
Want to let me read your mind? Get a pencil and a piece of scrap paper and click here!
Bored at work? Here's something to do to pass the time: the Throw Paper Game. Watch the wind speed and direction for higher scores.
Found by my son, Mark Metcalf, just in time for Halloween: Chat Noir. Don't let the black cat escape! Click on the dots to cage it in.
Love math? If not, you'll probably really hate it after this. Multiply 111,111,111 x 111,111,111. Click here for the answer!
Play 20 Questions with your computer
The old game of Hangman, dressed up for Halloween.
This ground hog will drive you nuts. How does he DOOOO it? Think of a number...
My favorite, a great tetris game, written by my friend Claudio Eichenberger, creator and administrator of the YourShop site to enable quick, effective and profitable business marketing on the internet.
AARP offers a number of great games and puzzles online that change every day. So take a break and unwind with a crossword or game of Sudoku. It’s free and easy!So you think the weather's bad where you are??? It rained for 40 days and 40 nights, but you have only 40 seconds to match the pairs and Save the Animals!
Want to know what your name or community name looks like in Egyptian hieroglyphics? Take a look.
Here's another programmer with FAR too much time on his or her hands: See Spin , found by son Zog. Hint: click on the man's figure to change things. Actually I've had a lot of days like that recently; how about you?
Do you know of any amusing sites to list on this page? Send them, please.
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