I know, we’re horrible. But for all you seniors (or juniors…or sophomores…or just normal human beings) looking for ways to procrastinate your homework (or job…or whatever else you do…), you’ve come to the right place.

  1. Bubble Spinner — My roommate Stephanie got me hooked on this game a couple months ago, and it’s become an addiction.
  2. Online Sudoku — Enough said.
  3. The Waitress — An oldie but a goodie.
  4. The Useless Web — a useless website that connects you to even more useless websites.
  5. I Waster So Much Time — Everyone’s favorite.
  6. Trivia via Tumblr — Hehehehe.
  7. Bad Kid Jokes — They’re terrible in the best possible way.
  8. How Do I Put This Gently? — GIFs. GIFs for all.
  9. Hello Giggles — It’s like more upscale Thought Catalog (oops, two for one).
  10. Buzzfeed — My procrastination website of choice.
  11. Wandering Earl — I believe he’s been wandering since the 1990s…which is when most of us were born.
  12. High Existence — I’ve been following this blog since it had 3,000 “HEathens”. Now it has over 37,000 (I know, I’m a dedicated procrastinator).
  13. Top Documentary Films — Lots of really good documentaries FO’ FREEZIES.
  14. Her Campus — For me, Her Campus is just one of those websites I stalk to the point where I’m reading articles from its founding back in 2009. It’s ridiculous.
  15. USA TODAY College — So much college. All the time.

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Lily Herman is a junior at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. Besides bopping around on The Prospect, Lily is a columnist for USA TODAY College (read the Quad Report, yo); an editorial intern for The Daily Muse; a contributing editor for the campus blog Wesleying; a national contributing editor for Her Campus; and an editorial/marketing intern at HelloFlo. When she is not studying or awkwardly waving at people around campus, Lily enjoys eating Sour Patch Kids and re-watching the Friday Night Lights series finale (she's Team Saracen, by the way). Also (shameless plug alert), feel free to follow her on Twitter, or email her at lherman(at)theprospect(dot)net.

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