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There are many things in this world that you don't know you need until you've discovered them.
In modern times, the above is evident through handy websites that make your life a little better. (One of them is sweary).
Gnoosic is a search engine of sorts that helps you find new music. You simply pick three of your favourite bands/artists and it comes up with recommendations based on your choices. I got Spanky Wilson.
Need a new identity? This website builds you one in seconds. I am now a female Hobbit called Savanna Smallburrow. Hi.
A pertinent question, often asked. Angry quiche, perhaps? If you need some angry food suggestions that are actually quite inspirational, this website is for you.
This site lets you annotate an online map, so you can send your mum instructions on how to get to your new flat, or plan a trip to Leighton Buzzard with your pals.
Not chat roulette. That's for other things. Netflix roulette helps you solve a perpetual crisis for countless couples: what shall we watch tonight while we chill and eat snacks?
Need help with your numbers? Mathaway is for you. It's like an online calculator.
You've got food in the fridge. The packaging has been discarded but you want to watch the calories. Which is the 'healthier' option?
This website compares foodstuffs.
Note: we're not sure why it created a serving size that big for brioche. Nobody should eat a kilogram of brioche in one go.
Did you used to play the Sims? Good. This website lets you do the best part of the video game: designing your dream home.
If you feel your thoughts and feelings are worth more than 140 characters, tall tweets takes away builds your very own 'tweet storm' by automatically combining multiple messages. Dangerous.
You might have always wanted to start a diary. Writing is therapeutic, and 750 words helps you get into the habit of jotting some things down every day.
An online collection of manuals. Ideal for people who habitually thoughtlessly discard them.
Haneke is entirely pointless. But beautiful. Where are the little blue balls going? Where?