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The 10 Most Popular Humor Blogs All Millennials Should Read

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Everyone knows that laughter is the best medicine. These busy days of our 20s and 30s can be stressful, so it’s important to keep laughing. Thankfully, there is so much humorous content online! We’ll look at some of the most popular humor blogs that will tickle your funny bone.

While everyone has heard of hugely popular sites like Cracked, Funny or Die, and The Onion, maybe you’re looking for something new. So, here’s a list of the most popular humor blogs you should check out!

1. this is not that blog

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Our first pick is a blog full of adorable, hilarious comics accented by personal anecdotes. It covers any topics, from interacting with strangers to making life decisions. Every post is so #relatable, especially to Millennials! I have spent much time scrolling through the blog since I discovered it.

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If you love the humor of this is not that blog, I’d recommend reading Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh. It’s a trendy book featuring dry humor and comics that every Millennial can identify with on some level. Buy it here!

2. Pleated Jeans

pleated jeans: no filler, just funny!

Pleated Jeans are excellent because. It finds funny stuff on the Internet (photos, YouTube videos, and more!) and posts about it multiple times a day. So if you regularly visit this site, there’s no chance you’ll miss out on the latest online hilarity.

Jeff Wysaski, the owner of this blog, also writes his original content, which I think is even better than the stuff he finds!

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3. The Bloggess

The Bloggess: like Mother Teresa, only better

Jenny Lawson is The Bloggess, a queen of dark humor. Despite combating mental illness, she finds the humorous side to everything in life. This makes The Bloggess an excellent role model for others with mental illness, so if that’s you, I urge you to check out her blog.

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If you love The Bloggess’s combination of humor and discussion of mental illness, I’d highly recommend reading No Really; We WANT You to Laugh! It is a compilation of six people telling their stories of combating mental illness through the art of standup comedy. You’ll laugh, you’ll feel many feelings, and you’ll laugh some more. Buy it on Amazon here!

4. The Think Tank

most popular humor blogs The think tank

This blog is run by Donna Irwin, a self-proclaimed “blogger, rocker, pessimist, and humorist.” Her pessimism is apparent in her blog’s subtitle but does not dull her humor. Instead, her blog is where she posts funny content based on the average experiences of her life.

The suggested post below is relatable for all Millennials who feel like a child trapped in an adult’s body. (I’m going to take a guess and assume that’s a lot of you.)

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5. Not Always Romantic

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Hopefully, if you’re in a relationship, you’re with someone who makes you laugh. This blog is a compilation of submitted stories about funny relationship moments from all over the world. Full of honesty and hilarity, these anecdotes are sure to make you chuckle.

My favorite part is that they are LGBTQ+ inclusive! Also, I love that the site recognizes all romantic relationships. I’m sure you’ll relate to some submissions if you’re in a relationship.

Maybe you’ll even want to submit one of you and your sweetie!

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6. Passive-Aggressive Notes

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Ever seen those pictures of sassy notes that circulate the Internet? Passive Aggressive Notes is a compilation of those! From requests to customers to drunken scribbles, this site has it all. Take an afternoon to scroll through—you’ll never want to click away!

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7. Cake Wrecks

Cake Wreks most popular humor blogs

This blog is similar to Passive Aggressive Notes, except it features cake decorations gone wrong! A pair of husband and wife runs the site, and even their banter is funny. In addition, a guest blogger, Lindsey Allen, posts a Sunday Sweets article every Sunday. I’m telling you, TLC’s beloved Cake Boss would be horrified with these cakes.

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If you want to avoid these decorating mistakes (or maybe take a chance at ending up on Cake Wrecks yourself!), you should invest in a cake decorating book. I think that A Complete Photo Guide to Cake Decorating is one of the most helpful ones out there, especially if you’re a beginner. I love that it includes pictures to instruct you while creating because it guides the process very clearly.  You can get it on Amazon here!

8. I Can Has Cheezburger

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This one is an oldie but a goodie. The birthplace of “lolspeak” and so many memes will also bring an abundance of smiles to your daily life.

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9. LateEnough

LateEnough: I blog like it's still cool

This next blog has a great mixture of funny and serious posts. When writing about a serious topic, blogger Alex still manages to lighten up the subject with a bit of humor.

My favorite categories on the site are Community, Government Resources, and Society. Check out this blog if you like to read content that makes you laugh and think simultaneously!

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10. Brittany, Herself.

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Brittany Gibbons is a positive body model, author, comedian, TED speaker, and much more! Her blog is full of amazing feminist content that is light-hearted and heartfelt. These articles are the kind that will make you laugh in the moment and smile for the rest of the day.

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If you enjoy reading feminist content, I highly recommend Bad Feminist by Roxanne Gay. Many of these essays originated as blog posts, so they read similarly to an online article. This makes the book relatable and accessible. You can buy Bad Feminist here!

Hopefully, you’ve been lol-ing, rofl-ing, and lmao-ing while browsing these blogs. Follow these bloggers on their social media accounts so you don’t miss any hilarious new content! Also, if you know of any or run your humor blog, we’d love to hear about it in the comments!

We at Miss Millennia hope your day is full of laughter.

If you want to check out some of our other lists of great bloggers, check them out below:

The 10 Most Popular Humor Blogs All Millennials Should Read

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