Here is something I might have never revealed to you. I love to laugh. I love funny things. But I am extremely picky about the things I laugh at. It’s not that I don’t have a sense of humor. I’m just more of a smile and laugh on the inside kind of person.
I’ve never used the term LOL online. Part of it is because it just annoys me. I don’t generally use txt spk (except for OMG). But the real reason is because I don’t often actually laugh out loud. However, I have to say that some of these posts broke that barrier.
Some made me truly laugh out loud. Some made me smirk. Some made me chuckle. But they all brought out the funny.
Best Bladder Fail Post by jillsmo from Yeah. Good Times.
I laughed out loud at this post. Quite unexpectedly. I don’t know if it was the delightful storytelling, the visual aids, or the simply “yeah, that’s sounds like something I would totally do” aspect of it but I’m pretty sure you will love:
Best Vlog to Make Us All Feel Like Crazy is the New Normal by Tracy from Sellabit Mum
I’ve met Tracy and thought she was funny and delightful. I’ve also watched Tracy’s vlogs and know that she has excellent comedic timing. But I never knew what a vlogging genius she was until I watched this one nominated by Jessica at Four plus an angel. Please to enjoy:
Best Series Featuring A Photo So Awkward It’ll Make You Feel Good About Yourself by Alyssa from Have Stroller Will Travel
I’m a big fan of self-deprecating humor and when you use visual aids along with that humor, I find it all the more endearing. Kudos to Alyssa for not only enduring her awkward adolescence but also for putting it on display for all of us:
Best My Kids Drive Me Insane and You Can Have Them If You Want Them Post by Natalie from Mommy of a Monster
I think we all could have written a post like this, right? Except Natalie shows us how two extremely precious little girls can create a chilling crime scene right in your own bathroom:
Best Post About the Messed Up World of Thomas the Train by Brandy from mannlymama
I have to admit that I don’t watch Thomas the Train. Thankfully, my son was never interested in it. I think he found the trains quite annoying, as did I. Now I’m starting to wonder if maybe he just read Brandy’s post:
It took a long time to read all of these posts and this is only a fraction. I love people that can make me laugh and I hope some of them can make you laugh too. But read up because I’ve got 60 more posts headed your way this week. Posts to make you cry, reflect, think, and just be happy to be part of this wonderful thing called the blogosphere.
If you missed it, yesterday I highlighted some of my favorite posts from this year.