Top 5 Funny Sites To Read Every Day

Every day, more than 2 billion people log on to the internet, and there are almost half a billion websites for them to choose from. So which sites should you point your browser towards if you're looking for be hottest web humor out there? Here are our top 5 picks for funny daily entertainment.

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Image © Reddit

Reddit calls itself “the front page of the Internet,” and that is exactly what it is. Much like our parents once ate their breakfast while reading the morning newspaper, each day between 1 and 2 million internet users read Reddit for their morning dose of current events. This site is similar to 4chan in that it's a community message board driven by user-generated content.

Reddit content comes entirely from the public, with registered users uploading videos, links, stories, images, and other media so that other users (Redditors) can comment on it. Think of Reddit as a virtual bulletin board where people from all over the world chime in on everything news stories to a funny picture of someone’s kid.

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You might remember Cracked magazine, the monthly humor magazine that has been around since 1958. While the magazine is no longer in publication, the humor site with the same name, and with the same zany sense of humor, is still very much alive and well. In fact, Cracked.com has over 2 million fans on Facebook and is read by over 5 million people every month.

The site features a daily mix of articles, videos, comics, and blogs. The articles are generally in list form, and the subject matter is typically humorous but also intended to teach their readers something new and unexpected. This is the site you should visit when you’ve got some time to kill, and you want to learn something new through engaging and funny prose. From topical subjects like 5 Things They Don’t Want You to Know About the Olympics to relationship and sex advice like 5 Things Girls Don’t Seem to Understand about Nice Guys, this website truly covers it all.

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You know those funny images, animated gifs, and memes that hit your Facebook news feed every day? Now you can see them first; all you have to do is go to the source. Every day, Imgur users upload almost 700,000 funny photos to this free file sharing site. Imgur is free to use, free to browse, and you can download any photo you like with just a couple of mouse clicks. This site provides material for almost all of the big humor-sharing sites out there, particularly Reddit and Digg.

Imgur users love pictures of cute animals, beautiful scenery, and current social phenomenon that are making headlines, so stopping at this site is the perfect way to ease into your routine while still keeping your finger on the pulse of the internet.

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Assuming that you’re not easily-offended and you like your celebrity gossip with a heavy dose of snark, be sure to add The Superficial to your list of sites to browse every day. This site is part of the BuzzMedia network, which includes other celebrity-oriented sites like Just Jared, Radar Online, Ok Magazine, and The Frisky, to name a few.

Every day The Superficial reports on the hottest stories about celebrities and the entertainment industry, making fun of the beautiful people of the world while also celebrating their existence. Using the newest paparazzi photos, The Superficial never misses an embarrassing moment in Hollywood. They love starlets in bikinis, making fun of Lindsay Lohan, and have an unhealthy obsession with actor Peter Dinklage (of HBO's Game of Thrones).

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Image © BuzzFeed

Looking for quick links to the “hottest, most social content” on the web? Look no further than BuzzFeed. Every day, BuzzFeed features the stories and images that are most likely to hit viral status, and though they cover a wide range of topics, the main BuzzFeed site tends to focus on humor.

BuzzFeed features a unique mix of articles written by staff members, site users, and partner sites like The Huffington Post and The Daily Beast, so you’re sure to find an easy-to-read article that suits your every mood.