Ignore the ant, this website is actually pretty good. It's got a TON of flash games of all genre's. Every game's got a chatbox next to it if you just want to talk to people, as well as some recommended games under it. If you get bored, you can try and earn some achievements to level up your account, or just to stop being so bored. If you really want to not be so bored, there're lists of achievements you can get, called quests, where you go through multiple games to get them all, and hopefully find something that's not so boring.
Steam's the place to go for any game made for a console. Literally. Any game. Every day there's a new sale, usually lasting for a week, this means that if you want to save your money, wait about a month and your game should be on sale, and if the sale isn't low enough, save your money for even longer. Steam has VR support as well, so you can hook up your VR headset to your computer and play whatever looks cool today. If that's not enough, Steam has also made it's own controls, and although they're expensive, they're definitely worth buying so you don't have to worry about setting up controls on that 10-year-old keyboard you own, where the W button just doesn't work very well anymore.
Looking for a MS-DOS game? No? Well this is where they are. It's got Wolfenstein 3D, The Oregon Trail, Sim City, and much more! It's a great place to relax and play some of the oldest games in existence, or maybe you'd like to see what a website looked like in the past. It's got this amazing thing called the Wayback Machine, which lets you find screenshots that have been archived from over 510 billion web pages since it was first made.
This app, and website, has music that you like! You pick the genre or whatever music artists you want and it'll play songs from them. You won't have to worry about being in an epic jam session and all of a sudden Miley Cyrus is on the radio, because that just doesn't happen here. If it's a song it's here, from "Ghosts n' Stuff" by Deadmau5 to "Ave Verum Corpus" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Not really a very good website. It's full of younglings, people who don't know the difference between a frog and a toad. Everything costs real money, and the games have awful graphics. I wouldn't invest much time in this website unless you want to learn how to make your first ever computer game. Overall not a very fun experience unless you're still in elementary school.
Oh man, this website is... meh. It's kinda hard to find good videos, but once you do it's amazing! There's comedians, music videos, gaming videos, and much much more! Personally, my favorite person on Youtube is Jordan Maron, also known as CaptainSparklez, but the most famous person on Youtube is Felix Kjellberg, or Pewdiepie.
Looking for a picture? A meme? Maybe a person? You'll likely find them here. 4Chan has an image for anything, just ask one of the millions of people who use it. Everything is shared on boards, such as /b/ for random images, /pol/ for politics, and /a/ for anime. /b/ is also great for sharing stories.
This is a pretty decent place to go on the web if you play Team Fortress 2. You can trade weapons, items, buckets of paint, or even that $1,000 unusual that you rarely use. You can trade weapons instead of paying money for them, it's amazing. You don't even have to wait a week if you want to trade them again. Pretty great place, to be honest.
You like memes? You've come to the right place. iFunny is full of memes, from early 2000's Rage Comics to 2017's incomprehensible trash full of rainbow glitter and whatever. Seriously, I can't even tell what some of these are supposed to be. If you want to see awful fanart, we got that to, as well as Tumblr memes, Facebook minions, and furries. Seriously, why is this a popular app.
You're probably not wondering what MSPA stands for. Too bad, it means MicroSoft Paint Adventures. It's a website comprised of 4 webcomics: Jailbreak, Bard Quest, Problem Sleuth, and the most famous, Homestuck. I guess Sweet Bro and Hella Jeff also counts as a web comic but it's technically on a separate website. It's a great place to go to read a LONG 5,000-10,000 page web comic.