Whether it's Facebook, Twitter or YouTube, we all have our go-to website when we need to kick back and relax.
But there are plenty of other sites out there, so we decided to bring you the second instalment of top ten time-wasting websites!
Often the first page I open when I get home (or when I get to work in the morning!), Reddit can best be described as a news aggregation website/community of sorts.
However, Reddit's appeal is in the sheer number of sub-reddits available, covering almost every interest. So, whether you're looking for the latest niche news or like-minded people, it's worth a stop.
The Oatmeal is one of the more prominent web comics around, featuring some whacky (sometimes offensive) humour and a distinctive visual style.
If this website floats your boat, be sure to visit the sites of Cyanide and Happiness and XKCD too.
A cult favourite among TV, movie and comic book fans, TV Tropes is a "catalogue of the tricks of the trade for writing fiction".
It's hard to further elaborate on what the site is about, so instead, I'll just point you to it and suggest that you search for your favourite show.
One of the hottest new social networks to land in the past few months is Pinterest, being the fastest site in history to reach the 10 million user mark.
The site can be described as a scrapbook, with users "pinning" interesting content, such as photos and other media, to boards.
5 Second Films
5 Second Films is perfect for when you have a few minutes to spare, with the premise being pretty self-explanatory.
Although some of the clips might offend sensitive viewers, you're bound to find a few great ones, thanks to the massive library.
Know Your Meme
Internet memes have been around for ages, but it's only recently that the mainstream spotlight has been cast on them. And leading the way is Know Your Meme.
Whether it's a viral video, funny photo or any other web phenomenon, Know Your Meme has information on it, serving as a rather unique encyclopaedia.
The Daily What
Another personal favourite, The Daily What aggregates interesting news, images and video from around the web so you don't have to.
The best part about The Daily What is the sheer variety of content, leaving you with that "just one more page" feeling.
We like all mobile platforms, but when it comes to gaming, Apple's iOS is unarguably the best of the lot, with a vast library of titles available.
Finding the best games can be a challenge though, but TouchArcade does a fantastic job, with plenty of features, reviews and news.
If Google's Android platform is your preference however, there are a few other options out there too, with Android Police leading the pack.
Considered an institution by many, Cracked's unique brand of humour has been cloned by many other sites over the years.
The original is still arguably the best, with those weird yet funny lists making for some great reading. And with free apps available across multiple platforms, you can read on the go too.
One of the more innovative and ambitious websites on the list is Alter Ego, a browser-based game best described as a text-based life simulation.
Alter Ego sees you making decisions as you grow up, all of which will affect your future. It's a rather neat premise, while also being a throwback to the "choose your own adventure" books of years gone by.
Still not enough for you? Then check out our previous time-wasting website entry!