Do you have errands you need to run in the next 20 minutes or so? Do yourself a favour and avoid BlankWindows.com at all costs because despite being a website filled with nothing but empty, randomly sized windows, it's surprisingly addictive if you try to move them off-screen and dig down to the bottom. You have developer Rafae Rozendaal to blame for this time sink, which, if you're not careful, could eat up a good portion of your day. Try as you might, there's no bottom to the pile of windows to actually find. They appear to be procedurally generated, which means the pile is literally endless.
A Website Full Of Nothing But Blank Windows To Move Around Is Incredibly Addictive
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