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Primer’s Random Activity Chooser

Don’t let indecision keep you from your list of fun!

 

If you’re anything like me, there are a ton of things you’d like to do but for some reason haven’t done. It’s hard – working late all week, coming up with a worthwhile plan for the weekend can be daunting. You fart around until it’s too late or you’re too tired to go out. And in the end, most weekends you end up not doing much of anything at all.

And restaurants. Whenever you’re going to grab a bite with a buddy or your girlfriend nobody wants to make a decision. You end up going somewhere you’ve been before, when you’ve got a full mental list of new places you’d like to try.

Or, maybe you’ve got a bunch of things to do and can’t decide where to start.

Take the deciding out of making decisions (and actually do something)

Now you can just copy and paste your list of things into the randomizer below, and the Primer Random Activity Chooser will spit out an answer.

Keep a list of activities or restaurants in a nearby text file or Google Doc and paste it into the Chooser below anytime you want to do something but can’t figure out what it is you want to do.

How to Use the Random Chooser:

  • Enter a list of comma-separated items
  • Click the “Pick something for me!” button.
  • Go do that thing!

Picking...

You are going to do this awesome activity:

Click “Pick something for me!”

Come back anytime, just go to PrimerMagazine.com/Random

Inspired by the Random Thing Picker

About

Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page.

 
  • Ryan N

    Excellent!

    It told me I should Have Fancy Cocktails today before work. Thanks Primer!

    *glug glug*

  • Aaron

    Running low on blog content I see.

  • KBaker

    This really wants me to go to a whiskey bar! Ha ha, I love it.

  • Adam

    I don’t know which I like more! The randomizer helps me decide what cool activity to do, but the Step Brothers clip gives me great ideas on how to make lots more room for those activities!! 

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