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But this site takes it a step further by placing animated eyeballs on celebrities.
All of your least-compatible potential mates, gathered into one blog. There is always a cringe-worthy tidbit about the person included.
The site is dedicated to revealing the world’s wittiest small businesses, signs and any other puns used in real life.
There are more than a year’s worth of clever wordplay in this blog.
By the way these animals act, you’ll wonder if you’re watching an animal or a person pulling a prank in very realistic costume.
Using wordplay and cleverness, this blog somehow comes up with alternative book titles to famous pieces of literature.
Ironically, the site led to a book deal for creator Dan Wilbur.
Someone in the office is having a bad day — or at least that’s what this blog makes you think.
The site replaces and adds words to make advertisements bleak.
Two designers seek out the worst usage and placement of QR Codes.
From pizzas to underwar, to tombstones, this site has showcased some of the oddest marketing strategies.
The Nigel Thornberry meme gets a little Disney magic.
There’s really no other way to describe this blog, however it’s oddly hilarious.
This one can be slightly NSFW, mostly because you’ll have to explain why you’re looking at a woman from the future staring longingly at corn.
One tiny alteration to celebrity photos has become one of the most popular Tumblr blogs of 2012.
The blog has modified the hands of NASA’s first men on the moon to Justin Bieber.
Like other memes, the blog #WhatShouldWeCallMe opened a world of opportunity for how to respond to any field or interest.
Now, there are GIFs for everything, whether that’s advertising or more specific, like
It takes a lot of dedication (or automation) to publish the same photo every day.
This blog has not let Dave Coulier down for seven months now.
In response to Mitt Romney’s stories about “boyish pranks,” this Tumblr came about.
The site provides gentlemen with all kinds of tomfoolery advice and ideas for horseplay.
There is something hilariously endearing about this kind of harmless Facebook misusage of Facebook.
Some of the posts to brand pages are nonsensical and others are concerning.
If you’re a fan of trolling, you’ll appreciate this blog. A group of friends tweet nonsense to corporate accounts, and publish their response.
It’s no coincidence that the same people who run Old People Facebook maintain this blog as well.
Parody news site The Onion has been known to come up with some of the most ridiculous headlines — unfortunately, not everyone knows it’s all in good fun.
This blog is dedicated to people who take Onion stories a little to literal.
This blog is dedicated to the funniest mask in the world: horse mask.
The fact that anyone can maintain a blog solely dedicated to horse masks since 2009 is impressive.
Tumblr is chock-full of inspirational text on top of pretty pictures, which is posted more by women than men.
This site has altered the images slightly, though you don’t have to be male to enjoy it.
One ambitious woman has began a journal of things her future husband should know about her.
Some are hilarious, and some are just plain crazy.
Another creative use of photoshop — this Tumblr site labels itself as a “throwback to Chola gangster style: ‘sharpified’ eyebrows, dark lipliner and the fumes from a can of Aqua Net.”
If you’ve ever questioned whether the right Starbucks order was in your hand, this blog is for you.
Readers submit their photo along with their real name, which is far from what’s on the cup.
Facebook is a social network that brings millions of communities together, including some of the most unique.
Between misspelled fan pages and odd interests, this blog picks up some of the funniest hidden groups on Facebook.
Who knew so many goths hung out in trees? What are they doing up there, anyway?
This blog is dedicated to exactly what the title advertises.
This Tumblr gets up close and personal with celebrities, often while they are making an unusual facial expression.
What goes great with classic albums? Cats!
Somehow, this site has found cats that actually kind of look like the artists.
Tumblr is a goldmine for niche blogs, normally involving creative uses of photoshop, topical memes and just plain silliness.
Though the micro-blogging platform has ways to discover content, with more than 62 million blogs, it’s nearly impossible to find them all.
Some Tumblr sites quit after hitting their peak, while others maintain a consistent serving of funny — sometimes leading to a book deal or sweet writing gig.
We’ve rounded up 25 of the funniest Tumblrs, depending on your sense of humor. That’s just the tip of the ice berg though. Share your favorite LOL-worthy Tumblr in the comments below.
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