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Top Ten Tuesday (Epic Fail)

A weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.







Ten Websites I Love That Aren't About Books





This is such a hard decision as pretty much every website I visit is about books in some way or fashion.... yeah I've got a problem and I don't care. So here is the websites I could come up with that I visit that has nothing to do with books. I hope you guys enjoy my epic fail at trying to come up with websites. I didn't do well at all.



1) Netflix
I watch tons of shows on here as does anyone else these days.



2) Hulu
Where I watch more TV shows...



3) Google
Because pretty much everyone uses Google lol


I'm seriously running out of websites... I mean there are ones like Twitter and such but I use that for bookish things.... Oh! Wait! I have a few more!

4) Youtube
Where I watch booktubers and other things that aren't bookish.... see told you I'd suck at this lol


5) Pandora
I only really use this at work.... but it counts! I'm so counting it!


6) Spotify
I really love my music though now I usually just use Apple Music, it's easier for me and they have more, like Taylor Swift.



7) Etsy
I love this site! You can find so many cute things! Just wonderful!



8) live.com
I visit my email website a lot to check for new messages and stuff. My sister and are write back and forth a lot.



9) yesasia.com
I use this place to get a lot of my K-Pop stuff. Did you know that Jessica is having a comeback? Yeah I'm completely excited and I really hope she creams Tiffany.


10) Ebay
I also use this site to get stuff cheap. Like this amp my partner has been wanting, he got it brand new for half the price Guitar Center wanted for it. Epic!



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