13 Ways to Kill Time at Home or Anywhere
How to Kill Time--It isn't Rocket Science!
Got some time to waste? Some minutes to murder? Some space in your daily programmer that you just can't fill?
You could just sit there like a bump on a log, or you could fill that empty time with some energizing, novel activity that, once performed will make you say "well, there's another ten minutes down the drain"...and what could be more gratifying?
Here are a few ideas I came up with, while I was wasting time waiting for the last day of August to turn into the first day of September.
time killed : 1 hour
Call people at random. ask them if they know your cousin 'Egbert'.
time wasted: 10 seconds
Instead of fretting time away, why not waste your days in creative ways that history will never record and you don't get university credit for these games but you might get a personal thrill released by being so good at doing nothing. Don't fight it. Give in to wasting time in a way that actually means you are sometimes getting down with your silly-self.
Talk to an onion. tell it your life story. watch how it never shows surprise or over-reacts.
time killed: your age divided by the colour of your eyes
Paint your face like a sad clown. go to church. watch the
time wasted :none. (going to church is surely never a waste of time!)
Go to a pet store. find a large, empty cage. crawl in. growl as people approach.
time killed : flexible
learn a dead language and never get a chance to speak it.
time wasted: years
Cut your lawn with your electric power-mower, but don't plug it in.
time killed = size of your lawn.
Play a game of solitaire using a pack of 52 Jacks.
time wasted : 1 minute
Go to Starbucks and ask them if they can fix your car. insist they give you an estimate.
time killed: length of your coffee break
de-fragment your computer 100 times in a row.
time wasted : lots
Learn to play "I Shot the Sheriff" on the guitar. No one will ever ask you to sing it.
time killed = time it takes to find your guitar in the attic
Read War and Peace and count the number of times Tolstoy uses the word ' power-steering'.
time wasted = number of pages * words on page
go downtown and protest against people walking on sidewalks as 'cruelty to pavements'.
time killed: until you get hustled off to the Home for Irrelevant Protestors
Read this (my) article on killing time.
time wasted: 1 min. 29 sec. plus the time it took you to decide whether to read it or click on a more productive use of your time like reading a hub by Patty Inglish. MS. By doing that you will still know how to kill time, but you will be doing it in a 'good' way.
How to kill time in a hotel room by JOEy
How To Kill Time at Airports
If you travel, you have to spend time at the airport. Either you are through security a bit early or your connections allow for some time to wander an airport in another city. The use of laptops and smart phones is rampant and a good way to pass the time. You can pray that your flight lands safely and on time.
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We all find ourselves with "time to kill" occasionally, and knowing what to do with it and being prepared can offer an opportunity to make good use of it. Look for simple, routine activities or tasks that you need to do or enjoy doing, and be prepared get started on them when you have time to kill. If you have a dentist's appointment, or are going to wait for a job interview, you can usually assume you will have some time to kill. It is one thing to have "time to kill", but quite a shame to kill time uselessly.