If you've already blown through the ridiculous Olympics faces and all of the drunk FAILs, then its time to snap on some plastic gloves and go deep into the bowels of the internet.

That's right, it's Wednesday, and we're back with 7 more sites to help you comfortably glide through that mid-week hump.

As always, be sure to vote for your favorites and let us know if you come across any awesome time-wasters you think we should feature.

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  • Parents Of Olympians

    <a href="http://parentsofolympians.tumblr.com/" target="_hplink">Someone out there</a> needs to keep tabs on all the excited moms and dads of our Olympians.

  • Medal Count

    A really <a href="http://www.medalcount.com/" target="_hplink">useful tool</a> to help you track what's already happened at the Olympics and figure out what's on the schedule for today.

  • Kingdom Rush

    <a href="http://armorgames.com/play/12141/kingdom-rush/" target="_hplink">This game</a> is so addictive guys. Like, so addictive. We know you don't believe us -- but just wait. Just wait til it sucks hours out of your day and you come-to at 1 AM in a stupor.

  • Matchbook

    Love books? Need a new bikini? <a href="http://matchbook.nu/" target="_hplink">This site's</a> on it.

  • Conan GIFs

    <a href="http://conangifs.tumblr.com/" target="_hplink">A blog</a> dedicated solely to curating animated GIFs of your favorite late night host.

  • A Softer World

    This dark, wry <a href="http://asofterworld.com/" target="_hplink">comic strip</a> is an Internet favorite.

  • Eagle Scouts Returning Our Badges

    <a href="http://eaglebadges.tumblr.com/" target="_hplink">This moving blog</a> collects letters from Eagle Scouts around the country who are turning in their badges in protest of the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/17/boy-scouts-gay-ban_n_1679854.html" target="_hplink">Boy Scouts of America's stance</a> on openly gay scouts and troop leaders.

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