Ok, now that I've been promising this for more than a year, I think it's about time to direct you to some other sites written by some very funny gals (not the Funny Gals of course, because we have effectively taken control of that blog name, but still pretty funny gals... and guys). And, um, the timing of this post has nothing whatsoever to do with the fact that I have nothing else to write about. Purely coincidental.
Personally, I have put a lot of research into this, spending hours (usually when I'm supposed to be doing something else) going through dozens of blogs to find the perfect ones.
Not that we don't want you as readers, of course. In fact, we hope that you will still use Funny Gals as your home page and refresh it every few minutes on the off chance KAT had something exciting happen to her or gasp! SJ decides to deign us with her presence and actually post.
Anyway, check out these funny gals:
We've been pointing you toward our Internet friend Molly for awhile now, especially since she's the one who, without even knowing what fabulous people we are in real life, helped us get our blog designed. We drink martinis in her honor on a regular basis.
Damomma is also a very fun blog to read. And she's a published author now so, you know, she's kind of living the life we hope to lead someday (although hopefully with less vomit).
My new favorite blog is Oh, the Joys, written by one funny mom. It's the kind of blog that you visit once and get so fixated one, you're likely to spend all your time at work going through the archives and may possibly forget to lay out the paper. Not that I'm speaking from experience or anything.
One that doesn't get updated as frequently as it should (not that we're ones to talk) is Bill Zam. In the interest of disclosure, we should say that both SJ and I know Bill Zam in real life. If his blog is half as funny as he is in real life, you're in for a wild ride. Luckily, it's twice as funny so you may actually die from laughing too hard and forgetting to breathe. You've been warned.
Another completely random find is 123 I Love You, which isn't half as lame as the title suggests. It's written by an English teacher who may or may not be Canadian, but is definitely unlucky in love and in life. And what other reason is there to read blogs other than to feel like maybe your life isn't so bad?
I'm sure I'll have some more suggestions as my "research" continues. In the meantime, happy reading. And don't forget where you came from (www.funnygals.blogspot.com). Y'all come back now, ya hear?
So many books...
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