This week, I’ve decided to suggest my three favorite websites for information. The first two of these little gems are filled to the brim with amusing articles, and the other with quirky little factoids. If you like that kind of stuff, then you’ll most definitely enjoy these websites:

1. Cracked

If you can’t tell, my blog is somewhat inspired by Cracked. Cracked is by far the most entertaining place you could go to for informative videos and interesting articles. And when I say interesting, I mean interesting. A couple of examples would be “7 Things ‘Good Parents’ Do (That Screw Up Kids For Life)”, “The 10 Coolest Foreign Words The English Language Needs”, “15 Unexpected Origins of Famous Ideas”, and “The 5 Most Ridiculous Lies You Were Taught In History Class”. If those don’t seem interesting enough, go ahead and peruse the site yourself. You’ll be glad you did.

2. TodayIFoundOut

TodayIFoundOut is a website similar to Cracked in the sense that they both have a wide variety of interesting articles. However, the structure of the website is far different. The articles of Cracked are strictly based on lists. TodayIFoundOut focuses more on quick facts, helpful tips, the truth about common myths and misconceptions, and the answers to common questions. Both are excellent sources of information.

3. DidYouKnow? Or DidYouKnowArchive

I’m going to end this post with my most simple recommended source for fun information. DidYouKnow is an official Tumblr page based on its predecessor DidYouKnowArchive, dedicated to providing you with odd, humorous, or just plain interesting little factoids. And yes, I said factoids, not facts. The website is updated numerous times a day, just in case you’re the type of person that will X out a webpage before getting bored and bringing it right back up again. In fact, the page has been gaining so much fame that it’s even got its own mobile app.