Check Out These Helpful Websites You Might Not Know
If you're sick of looking out your own window in lockdown, this might be something really cool to check out. there's a website called Window-Swap.com that lets you look out other people's windows all over the world.
Here are some more helpful websites you might like to check out for yourself.
If you are like me you probably have stuff hanging around in your pantry and fridge and scratching your head trying to figure out what you can fix with it. This may be your answer, MyFridgeFood.com. You enter a bunch of random ingredients that you have on hand, and it suggests recipes you can make.
You ever heard about if I knew me back then when is was younger what would I tell myself, well there now is FutureMe.org. for that, It lets you send yourself an email one year in the future, or even farther out if you want. Some people use it to help themselves stick to long-term goals. And some people say writing to their future self is just therapeutic.
So your timing for taking a bathroom break during a movie your watching not the best the solution may be, RunPee. This one's an app that lets you search for different movies, and tells you the best time to take a bathroom break so you don't miss anything important. For example, the first pee break in "Die Hard" is 45 minutes in when Reginald VelJohnson's character is out buying Twinkies.
Don't you hate it when you can not talk to a live person when you are trying to call a company, I love this one. GetHuman.com, You type in the name of a company, and it gives you a customer service number that gets an actual human on the phone. Or if you have to go through a robot, it tells you which buttons to push.
Has this happened to you? you see a commercial for an upcoming show or movie but you don't catch where you can watch it, JustWatch.com is your answer. You enter a movie or show, and it tells you the streaming platforms that are currently playing it.
You notice while watching your favorite tv a really awesome-looking jacket and would love to be able to buy one, but who knows who or where it may be sold. There is WornOnTV.net to the rescue. If someone in a show is wearing an outfit you like, you can search for it and find out where it's sold.
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