"Blake Lively Doing Things."
A photoblog concentrating on the actions of Gossip Girl and The Town star Blake Lively.
"My name is Aziz Ansari. I'm an actor/comedian based in Los Angeles. I play Tom Haverford on NBC's Parks and Recreation." Also, "Aziz is Bored."
The comedian who played Randy in Funny People blogs about rap, comedy and corny stuff he finds on his trips around the world, like a guitar that shoots fireworks.
"We take vintage comics and place them out of context. Hilarity ensues!" Also: "We do our best not to break any copyright laws."
A site that highlights decades-old comic-book panels points out the outdated mores and underlying assumptions articulated by the funny pages of yesteryear.
"Here be musings about pop culture, advertising, and other stuff that distracted me. Also the home of WE WERE PROMISED HOVERBOARDS. Enjoy. Or don't. See if I care." Churlish!
The site explores phenomena like celebrities that look alike and toothpaste eroticism.
"Fuck yeah menswear."
A blog that makes fun of menswear. The "Fuck Yeah" is ironical.
"We like to laugh."
A stream of videos from the site founded by Will Ferrell and his friends at Gary Sanchez Productions.
"A web series about interviews gone bad, awkward and illegal. Erika is looking for a job, anywhere. The only thing standing in her way? The unstable people interviewing her."
An examination of the absurdities endemic to today's labor market. Geisty.
"Hi. We're Lorraine and Michelle. We're just two girls. And we have a lot to say. Check out or vlog on YouTube! Girls side RULES !!"
Video-Tumbling by a New York video/sketch/improv duo.
"Rappers Looking Like Magicians: It happens surprisingly often ... let me know if you catch one at email@example.com."
Sometimes the comparisons strain the joke -- here Ice Cube is compared with Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka, who was not so much a magician as an eccentric chocolate magnate.
"All photos copyright their original owners. All captions copyright hungoverowls.com, and courtesy of experience. Please direct all Owl-related inquiries to hungoverowls@ gmail.com."
These owls appear to be hung over.
"Molls She Wrote!"
An actor and writer offers personal insights born of a freewheeling spirit: "Sometimes I think about how much we've limited ourselves by inventing words and numbers and I just get so upset."
"The dear leader likes to look at things."
This blog is what it sounds like.
"A comedian living in Brooklyn."
Not afraid of fart jokes, great video selection and high ratio of posts about Jersey Shore.
"Bookmongery miscellany from Sam at McNally Jackson."
A bibliophile's blog explains universal mysteries like "why used bookstores smell good."
"Jime Behrle Tumblr Time."
A collection of lovingly curated comics and hand drawn cartoons from poet and artist Jim Behrle, whose work has appeared on Gawker and The Awl.
"I am Rob Huebel. You may know me from Human Giant on MTV with Paul Scheer, Aziz Ansari, and Jason Woliner."
Tumblr for one of the stars of MTV’s Human Giant. Contains some of the grossest tatoos you will ever have imprinted on your mind’s eye.
"Kurt Vonnegut, meet Brenda Walsh."
Notable quotables from great works of literature pegged to their parallels on today’s TV.
"100% accurate/undeniable coverage of pitchfork reviews, etc."
A meta genius calling himself "David Shapiro" took it upon himself evaluate the ultimate indie critics. This guy's life is now being made into a movie. Sadly, he no longer reviews reviews much.
"DETH TO FALSE METAL"
A mind-melting, sometimes heavy metal-focused compendium of inside jokes, screenshots and nonsense from some of the anonymous pranksters behind Young Manhattanite.
"Selleck Waterfall Sandwich"
An artist's renderings of those three things, over and over again. Always inspired.
"A blog dedicated to that awkward moment when you...."
Some of these posts will make you cringe, some will make you laugh.
Lowest-common-denominator Internet memery poached from all corners of the Internet. The site is operated by Cheezburger Networks, the most ludicrously named company in history.
"a) a group blog; b) a putz with a wifi; c) worse than an Anonyblogger; d) a random Tumblr page"
Run by Andrew Krucoff, who was once characterized as a young Manhattanite by the news media, this blog makes fun of people, places and things. Many of the posts are inside jokes among the site's many anonymous contributors -- many of whom are professional bloggers or other media hangers-on. Like many things on the internet, it was a lot funnier a long time ago.
Don Draper's wet dream, this blog matches cheesy stock art with amazing affirmations of advertising.
"Welcome to Bnter."
Illustrations of funny and witty conversations between users of new social media site Bnter.
"A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language."
It's xkcd, on Tumblr! Amazingly, this little slice of nerd heaven seems to have mass appeal.
"I am a PR Executive at TriplePoint PR in New York, NY."
Funny photos, like the one seen here, where a Greenpeace activist gets hauled away by police.
"Conceived on sober night in Brooklyn, with a love for our favorite blog Bread People, we bring you the Cheese People."
Photoshopped syntheses of cheeses and celebrities, with pun names like "Velveeta Underground."
A hill with a speech impediment.
Dense, textual and high-concept. The site hasn't been updated since May 2010, but the stuff there.
"Vintage American Postcards, 1950 to 1975."
Sometimes the artists who make postcards make unfortunate decisions. This Tumblr takes advantage of that fact.
"Steve and Aaron from The Hood Internet love music and tacos, and so do you."
Album covers with tacos photoshopped onto them.
Various iterations of the "Y u no guy," who plaintively asks via image macro why various people do not comply with his wishes.
People write literal captions to New Yorker cartoons, hilarity ensues.
"PEOPLE WHO... was started in June, 2010, by wireless G, a frustrated anthropologist in search of an outlet to clearly identify those people who confounded him with their CONTINUED, PERSISTENT EXISTENCE."
People do things. Those people are written about on this website.
"Nick Holmes......is the most attractive man I have ever slept with."
Funny images and macros with minimalist captions.
"Every sentence of Jack Kerouac's On The Road, retold for bros."
Angel-headed hipsters do each other a solid while crisscrossing the country in Adidas flip-flops.
This blog answers the question: What if muppets had humans' eyes?
"For when the facts are too confusing."
Science, but without the accuracy or precision.
A chronicle of sentences and phrases that had heretofore never been uttered.
"If you don't get it, you don't Get It! (TM)"
Satire on the inanities of social media consulting.
"YOU GOT SOME DOGS ON COMPUTERS? FUCK YEAH YOU DO. SEND THEM TO ME AT FUCK YEAH DOGS ON COMPUTERS."
Pictures of dogs on computers. Exuberant captions.
"HOW DID THIS GET HERE I AM NOT VERY GOOD WITH COMPUTER OHGOD."
Weird art and screencaps of odd facebook exchanges.
"I'm a writer living in Denver. Are you feeling lively?"
Short, humorous anecdotes and pictures, sometimes.
"- Artists need inspiration - Find yours in random CAPTCHA phrases and then SUBMIT THEM!"
Phrases generated by the SPAM filter turn into funny jokes when interpreted with imagery.
"A new white person complaint every day of the week."
Sometimes white people whine in ways that make them look silly. This Tumblr is about that phenomenon.
"Delbert Shoopman Dot Com was started to bring smiles and fun into people's lives on the internet. The daily updated blog gives a first hand view into his life and the sometimes crazy things that he does to make people laugh."
The dude pulls some antics.
"You've always pretended they weren't watching you get it on. You've always been wrong."
Cats' reactions to intercourse.
Normal pictures with odd captions, sometimes odd pictures with odd captions.
"Funny junk from Comedy Central shows, Comedy Central blogs and the general world of comedy."
Comedy Central's Tumblr.
"A love hate relationship with the best city in the world."
First-person perspective photographs of people flipping the bird at New York City.
I don't take that many photographs. The fact that this series even exists is still a surprise to me. The pictures were taken in and around my Brooklyn neighborhood beginning in the spring of 2007. I had started to notice dogs waiting for their owners to come out of coffee shops and delis. I also noticed how individually each dog was responding to this brief separation. I felt compelled to document this contemporary urban phenomenon."
Is this funny or sad? Depends how you feel about dogs, maybe.
"Wherein actor Gary Busey is photoshopped into the official White House Flickr stream."
"Sometimes animals look really messed up. If you know a pet or wild animal who has a substance abuse problem, please get them help. Before you do that though, take a picture and send it to us."
"This idiot horse bit off Tom's hand when he tried to feed him a pinecone. That's about it I think."
Absurd free-associative anecdotes and jokes -- incredibly funny.
"NOTES FOR MY FUTURE HUSBAND. THINGS YOU'LL DO, THINGS YOU WON'T. DON'T WORRY, WE WON'T TAKE IT TOO SERIOUSLY."
There may be some problematic gender politics at play here.
"Two guys riffing on internet culture while sitting on a roof in Brooklyn."
"That's right... Team Coco Tumbls too!"
Conan O'Brien supporters post art and odes to the late-night host.
"Fucking in a fucked up world. An exploration of ideas surrounding sex in a dystopian, postapocalyptic, extraterrestrial, supernatural, industrial, cyber, futuristic, un/dead or just plain strange environment."
Taking bad sex to a hilarious new level.
"girls & cats, cats in soft focus, cats on film, dream cats"
Lots of cats.
"Online performance artist, humorist, song-and-dance man."
He works for Tumblr.
A site that explains to its readers why they are single, annoying habit by annoying habit.
Photos of ostensible hipsters with captions describing their emotional turbulence.
"Awesomeness from the inhabitants of the #tumblrs channel on irc.freenode.net."
Quotes from a forum.
Be careful what you write about your boyfriend on the internet. The operators of this site might make fun of you for loving him.
"Garfield Minus Garfield is a site dedicated to removing Garfield from the Garfield comic strips in order to reveal the existential angst of a certain young Mr. Jon Arbuckle. It is a journey deep into the mind of an isolated young everyman as he fights a losing battle against loneliness and depression in a quiet American suburb."
"Feel the Tumblarity."
The creator of the TV show "Community" posts lists, jokes, essays and photos to humorous effect.
"Her ambitions are great and her knowledge is vast. Submit a picture of Lisa reading on The Simpsons and help us build the library of this precocious eight-year-old.
Screen grabs of Lisa Simpson reading.
"Informative articles about every topic, written by people with a passing knowledge."
A satire on content farm sites.
"Art Photography Design & Disappointment™"
Funny photos of unhappy moments.
"Wipe Your Feet."
Personal essays, celebrity dinner party fan fiction, haikus and observations from writer and actress Tess Lynch.
Pop-Culture Nostalgery From The 80's & Early 90's. I'm Hillary Buckholtz. Publicist, producer & comedian. I was born in 1979. These are the corners of my mind.
"You used to be fun. Now you have a baby. If you're being driven crazy by your friends' baby updates every time you check your status feed, please feel free to contribute to this blog."
"Turning the economic crisis into one of those clever internet memes."
"A collection of anonymously contributed client horror stories from designers."
Designers complain about the people who pay them.
"My name is Julia Segal, I am a writer, stand-up comedian, dolphin living in NYC."
Funny .gifs and photoshops galore.
"Tired of too-small brain everytime opening spam inbox? Take inspiration from our perspirations, and engorge self on these eye delicacies. Forwarding of headlinez or genuine works of artist won't be turned down by spamblr."