The Funniest Single Topic Blogs

Looking to kill a few hours? Check out these very funny blogs.

Some websites bloom with the amount of varied content, such as College Humor or this very site you're reading, About Web Humor. Yet some sites really find their humor and voices in the very dedicated, very focused topics they take on. Here's a collection of the best single topic funny blogs.

Awkward Family Photos

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Via Awkward Family Photos.

Awkward Family Photos is web humor done RIGHT. It's a funny blog that many, many people enjoy. The key to Awkward Family Photo's success is in its simplicity. The site's editors, Mike Bender and Doug Chernack, sift through user-submissions and post the most hilariously awkward family photos and stories.

Look At This F**king Hipster

Via Look At This F*cking Hipster.

When Joe Mande, the creator of this Tumblr blog, discovered that hipsters are everywhere, he decided to share photos and videos on his blog in order to clear up what exactly makes a hipster a hipster.

The result is this funny blog, filled with hipsters out and about in their natural habitats.

Engrish

Via Engrish.

Engrish is a blog that features misused, bastardized version of English used in signs and product packaging in Asian countries (and Asian parts of English language-speaking countries). It's a simple idea for a website. Don't let that fool you -- horrible bastardizations of the English language never cease to be hilarious. The worse the error, the funnier the post.

Stuff White People Like

Via Stuff White People Like.

The latest David Sedaris book. Sushi. Pictures of the beach.

These are all stuff white people like, according to this blog.

This Is Why You're Fat

Via This Is Why You're Fat.

This Is Why You're Fat consists of daily updated pictures of insanely fattening foods that always serve to reinforce the site's name:

If it's bad for you, why does it taste so gooooood?

There I Fixed It

photo courtesy of There I Fixed It

The text on There I Fixed It's banner boasts that the site features "Epic Kludges + Jury Rigs." A kludge is a temporary solution to a problem that, when applied to the worlds of construction, plumbing and car repair, normally involves a fistful of duct tape and some random cobbling. Sometimes, people take pictures of their "epic kludges" because they are just preposterous. And thanks to There I Fixed It, your shopping cart grill can be enjoyed by the public at large.

My First Fail

photo courtesy of My First Fail

My First Fail is like the baby sister of Fail Blog and There I Fixed It. Literally -- the site features cute children failing at various activities, from sitting on Santa's lap to going to the bathroom. The difference between My First Fail and those other sites is that when these kids screw up... well, it's so darned cute!

The "Blog" of "Unnecessary" Quotation Marks

photo courtesy of The "Blog" of "Unnecessary" Quotation Marks

Bethany Keeley, a "grad student" in "rhetoric," started taking "pictures" of signs that had "unnecessary" quotation marks, such as this one and this one. She posted these pictures to her blog, The Blog of "Unnecessary" Quotation Marks because she thought the pictures were funny (her being a "word nerd" and all). The "end."

Awful Library Books

photo courtesy of Awful Library Books

Mary Kelly and Holly Hibner, two Detroit-area librarians, kept finding truly horrible books in their library's collection. So, with the blessing of their library, they started scanning and uploading pictures from these books to their blog, Awful Library Books. These are some really, really stupid, pointless books. Laugh away!