The "Second" Sweetest Comedy Portal on the Net
This is a definitive list of the top one hundred and forty-one funniest sites on the interconnecting networks commonly known as "The Internet," as compiled by the time-wasting experts at iLaugh.com. Warning: Visiting all of these sites at once may result in uncontrollable pants-peeing.
"Killing productivity, seven days a week." Lots of funny, filthy humor and their infamous "Spank Bank." Basically, everything you could want in a website.
An all-star team of white dudes team up to create lulzy shorts. "Somebody stole my dick" is a good premise.
The archives of Morning Glory comics, the most outrageously offensive (and hilarious, if you're a sick freak) web comic of all time. Available for batch download only, because it's apparently too expensive to host a series of unpopular black-and-white images.
Absurd, humorous and sexually suggestive comic book covers. As it turns out, Superman is a total jerk. Pure Golden Era comic gold!
The funniest animations on the internet, hands down. Mark M. is a true Renaissance man. Check out the comics and his mp3s while you're all up in thurr.
"The stupid world of Weebls Stuff." This is no exaggeration. Worth going just to see the inaugural "want pie now" sketch.
Needs no introduction. This is home to the illustrious Strong Bad. A crap-ton of Flash animated vignettes and games, including "Trogdor!"
"You're the man now dog!" Home of the funniest would-be memes on the net. It's like Wikipedia for dumb-ass video macros. Good for a cheap laugh that gets less funny every time you watch it!
The art, cartoons and illustrations of David DeGrand. Some hilarious Robert Crumb-esque comics here.
A weblog featuring news and musings on the oddities and wonders of the advertising industry. This guy knows his stuff and he pulls no punches. Take that, Mad Men!
The blog of Eric Filipkowski, an actor and comic with a depraved, left-field sense of humor. We like him, even he clearly hates himself.
Brilliant satire writer who's had his work featured on many reputable sites (as well as iLaugh.com).
Possibly the most deliberately offensive, crude web comic known to man. Not mind-safe!
One-stop repository of some of the web's funniest comics, including the painfully witty Cyanide & Happiness.
Animation from twisted UK indie cartoonist David Firth. Here's where you'll find "Salad Fingers" and other nonsensical hell-rides.
This is a "site" on the interconnected network which allows people to post articles and pictures. Interesting and occasionally hilarious.
The LolCat Builder app allows visitors to easily upload an image and caption it, making their own annoying and/or funny macros to show "friends."
Prepare to laugh your ass off. Basically, transcripts of people pretending to be kids in chatrooms in order to mess with pervs. Doug Stanhope took a crack at it, with hysterical results.
A collection of smart, funny, wacky original articles and other amusements. A lot of funny scans from old magazines, as well as the great meta comic strip, "Comic Strip."
Damn. These Google fellows have actually compiled a list of funny sites way better than we ever could. Kind of makes this whole effort seem futile. But we've been filtering it for lameness, trust us.
"Exhibitionism. Cretinous Prattle." From the creators of chickenhead.com, a collection of some of the most cringe-worthy "vlogs" you'll wish you never saw.
Our favorite alt-weekly. Offers street interviews, movie reviews and flippant analysis from Buffalo Rock City. The occasional Onion-like parody article pops up.
Hey, how did that get in there? By being awesome, that's how.
Funny videos, captions and jokes featuring Will Ferrell, celebrities, comedians, and you! No wait, not you. That would suck.
"The premier comedy community on the Internet." Is nice! (We needed a Borat reference somewhere.)
America's finest — or should I say, "funniest" — news source. Yes, I should say that.
"Fresh comedy," is how this site bills themselves. No day-old discount comedy to be found.
The official site of comedy stars Bob Odenkirk and David Cross. You know, the bald guy and the nondescript guy from "Mr. Show."
Foulmouthed comedy maestro Patton Oswalt's official site. Includes several videos and humorous essays. Nothin' funnier than essays.
Official site of comedian Louis CK ("Lucky Louis" ). Many live stand-up performances and late-night TV spots. But you can watch them on your computer, is the point here.
Daily reviews of funny, wild, and crazy MySpace pages. Turns out it's not all emo kids posing for the camera at 1,000 different angles.
A place to share your drunken adventures where potential future employers can see them.
Send anonymous email insults, gag gifts and practical jokes. Anonymously remind fat people that they're fat and watch them cry pure gravy.
Cartoon, anime and humor search engine and directory. If you even attempt to search for something serious, it'll crash your browser and give you gonorrhea.
Home of the craziest bum on earth! And there's a lot of crazy bums out there — trust me.
Looking for funny Britney Spears facts? Us neither. But here they are, just in case.
A blog on the odd, funny and bizarre things in our world. Often in the form of ADD-friendly Top Ten lists.
Crazy "phucked-up" blog and articles, including a vagina how-to guide, scrotum self-repair and much more genital-related humor.
True-life tales of sex, drugs, racism and everything in between. It's pretty much totes rand.
Fake news, humor, comics and pirate stuff all under one web-roof. As they say, "Occasionally lame, but generally awesome."
The various obsessions of Minneapolis Star-Tribune humor columnist James Lileks. This is the stuff white people used to like!
Mostly hilarious promotional photos of cheesy Swedish rock bands from days gone by.
You know this by now. It's one of the greatest viral campaigns of all time. Often imitated, and often duplicated.
Talk-show host Phil Hendrie is one funny son of a bitch. Check out his radio show here.
Jokes, videos, news and pictures to entertain you on those boring days when you just want to kill yourself. Don't kill yourself; go to funny.com!
From the TBS television network, a good source of TV commercials that you might actually want to watch.
Funny videos, pictures, jokes, games and more. The self-effacing URL is the icing on the cake.
Jokes and videos gathered from around the web and lots of great original, quasi-political content. Sweet examples of what you can do with Flash.
All kinds of funny videos and pages submitted by users, updated just about every goddamn minute.
It's like funny.com, but, um, the UK version.
A hilarious role-playing game that takes place on the Internet. Destroy in-game forums as an emo kid, troll, camwhore, hacker or noob.
All kinds of funny videos and pictures. Note: High school students are not welcome here.
Over 31,000 jokes, funny videos, funny pictures and more. "Good place to find a laugh." Just one laugh, though — no more and no less.
Funny videos, animations, jokes and games. What were you expecting, NON-funny videos, animations, jokes and games?
Funny videos, spoofs and commercials from all over the web, updated daily. It's a pretty funny place, and apparently organized.
User-rated funny quotes from all stages of history, including last week. Can you believe ~CrUNcHy-sOdA-739~ said THAT?!
The site you're currently on. Leading manufacturers of "ha2" technology (patent pending).
Stupid videos uploaded by users and tagged as "funny." You be the judge.
The newspaper for cartoons and humor. Not to be confused with The Funny Herald, the trusted local newspaper for the town Funny, Illinois. (It's pronounced "Foo-nay," for your information.)
Send funny e-cards with pictures of dogs and such.
"Ha, ha" is onomatopoeia for the sound of laughter, and these folks will coax it out of you on a daily basis. Cartoons, wacky news, Flash games and a humor forum.
Guys who rip off other people's funny crap. They do it pretty well, though. Better than we do, even!
A list of funny personal and company names gleaned from the phonebook. Can you believe there are that many people named "Wang" ?!
A directory of funny quotations, sorted by category and author. The URL pretty much says it all. And yet, we felt compelled to add this description.
A big-ass ball of humorous things. The Katamari Damacy of funnitude.
Lots and lots of jokes. If you can memorize all these, you'd totally be the life of the party, until they throw you out for being an annoying jerk.
The Great White Stanhope, one of the funnier comedians out there. If you don't mind some nastiness, that is.
This site is all about ninjas, REAL NINJAS. This site is awesome.
"Comedy, pure and simple as a hammer to the forebrain." It's defunct, but the archives are pretty lulzworthy.
Pictures of really bad parking jobs. Includes archival pictures of the Titanic.
For those who've seen it all, this is porn-tastic humor for immature adults.
You got questions, Ninja got answers. Funny, frenetic stuff from a couple of crazy dudes.
Jerkcity is a daily comic strip featuring the adventures of Deuce, Pants, Rands and Spigot. Completely abstract, disturbing and occasionally, accidentally funny.
Acclaimed abstinence-only education program for boys. We're pretty sure it's a parody.
Aims to expose Bill O'Reilly as an ego-driven, biased individual who spreads fear, hate and misunderstanding. Coincidentally, this is also what Bill O'Reilly aims to do.
Standing up for your right to get falling down drunk since 1996. Not strictly a humor mag, but it explores the subjects favored by people who think they're funny.
Song chart memes and pop culture explained in graph form. Pop culture for cubicle dwellers.
Offensive and funny T-shirts. Updated just a little too often.
Funny news about those wacky religionists.
Digital animation studio specializing in funny! Kind of reminds us of another digital animation studio. Hint, hint. (Us.)
Acclaimed abstinence-only education program for girls. Also parody, I think.
"Who would have guessed that when you remove Garfield from the Garfield comic strips, the result is an even better comic about schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and the empty desperation of modern life?" These guys did, and the web is that much better for it.
Hilarious and bizarre campus-life Flash toon by a couple of cool-ass gangstas (who may or may not have done some work for us at March Entertainment).
Pictures of hot chicks with total and complete douchebags (a catch-all term for "unpleasant-seeming individuals" ). With commentary.
This is the Drudge Retort, news with a liberal and satirical spin. Only included because cruel.com now forwards to it.
Grimcity.com, headquartered deep in south Louisiana, started off in the year 1498 as a major feta cheese producer and distributor. It's basically a funny blog that we discovered.
"My name is Tucker Max, and I am an asshole." The web's top bullshitter and his drunken, misogynistic, rope-blasting adventures.
A needlessly sarcastic take on the worst comic ever made.
Stupid and silly warning labels. Laugh in the face of death!
Statements from Gene Ray, an aggressive adherent of "nature's harmonic simultaneous 4-day time cube." Hilariously insane bullshit.
"Tech news for the bored, tracking our obsession with useless and stupid gadgetry." Look at how low our culture has sunk. Look, at try to laugh.
Add your own text or pictures to create personalized graphics for your websites, wikis, blogs, whatever. Always wanted your own "For Dummies" book? Now you can (provided their server stays up).
Hilarious, classic UK humour magazine. Raunchy and not for kids.
"The Unavoidable Future of Entertainment." A user-submitted video site that doesn't suck, because they're often made by semi-professionals. The original home of the sorely missed "House of Cosbys."
One of the best sites around for tracking your fave stand-up comics. Lots of clips, interviews, and hastily written articles.
The Hall of Douchebags is a hilarious indictment of garage band promo shots, with all their self-aggrandizing cheesiness. Some of the sharpest, most devastating commentary you'll ever read.
Rap represented in mathematical charts and graphs. If you're into the hip-hop and you're a cracka, you'll find these gRAPhs hilarious.
New York-based sketch comedy group. Includes booking information, schedule and video clips. The clips are mos def on some funny ish. (Did that sound "NYC" enough?)
An archive of the old parody site, The Dysfunctional Family Circus. They took a terrible, lame comic and made it gut-bustingly funny.
The Comic Strip Doctor, although now retired, is still a great read. Watch him break down the Saturday "funnies" with his rapier wit.
The Comics Curmudgeon hurls snark at lame-ass comics that so richly deserve the abuse. He was first to posit the theory that Marmaduke's owner is actually Hitler on the lam. Think about it.
Short, live-action comedy videos with attitude. Still has that indie charm, unlike the "leading" comedy site (you know who you are).
Vice magazine, the arts and youth culture magazine known for its Dos and Don'ts, but there's all kinds of other great stuff in there. Beware of coked-out user comments.
A fun look at the various products, signs, bags, clothing, etc. coming out of Japan that contain funny or far-out English. They talk all funny-like.
"The best mullet site around: hands down. DO NOT accept cheesy imitations!" An ode to the trailer-trash hairstyle, and they don't mean the ironic hipster version.
Thousands of the funniest original top 10 lists on the planet, gang-written by hundreds of comedy writers. Way better than bottomseven.net, that's for damn sure.
"Funny viral videos from artists like Master P and Maria Bamford along with funny original video clips from users." So that's what Master P's up to these days!
Funny forum pictures and macros to shock and offend your enemies.
Another angry blogger in the Maddox vein, but this one's got some talent. Known for his "fuck Canada" rant. His hurtful, hurtful rant.
"A Candy Colored Clown They Call the Sandman" is a 32 year-old hermaphrodite born near a Nevada nuclear test-site in the early 1960s. His grotesque, lurid, dreamlike essays about quasi-sexual encounters with semi-celebrities are among the best things ever written on the internet or anywhere.
The site of Andrew Barlow and Kent Roberts's book about yo mama, "A Portrait of Yo Mama as a Young Man." The very definition of anti-humor.
Mr. Abc and Friends Cartoon and Activity Page. Contains the "Mr. Abc song," which is quite possibly the greatest Flash short of all time.
The site that rates celebrities for annoyingness. A little too earnest for its own good, but still a good social gauge.
Bizarre Magazine UK: "Your complete guide to world's most bizarre videos." Heavy focus on wacky fetishes, so it's not really SFW.
"A funny website filled with funny videos, funny pics, articles and a whole bunch of other funny stuff." For once, it's not hyperbole. They've finally nailed this "funny" thing after all those years. Just goes to show, print magazines are for losers.
Real Time with Bill Maher's "New Rules." Hasn't been updated in a spell, but still great stuff to repeat at (Democratic) dinner parties.
Dry Shave is one of the best comic strips ever written, poking fun at depraved '50s-era boozers and serial killers in a distinctively noirish graphic style.
The extremely popular "nooz of the wacky" site, highly organized by category and with just a bit of commentary. Its photo-manipulation contests are the stuff of web legend.
Not to be confused with fazed.com, this site is...well, it's pretty much the same damn thing as fark.com, but with more videos. Everyone likes videos.
Despite the mini-feud we had with these guys back in the day, we still love their content and respect them as a pathetically inferior imitation of iLaugh. Funny essays, reviews, and one of the more entertaining message boards on the web.
Funny celebrity gossip with a lot of snarky commentary. We prefer it to that Perez Hilton thing. Also, the nudie pics don't have stupid drawings of semen all over them.
Jim Goad is one of the best writers alive, known for his work on the seminal 'zine "Answer Me!" and his book "The Redneck Manifesto." Sparse updates, but the archives are gold and the forums always fascinating.
Johnny Ryan's Angry Youth Comix is one of the most badass "underground" strips around. Warning: promotes anti-social behavior.
A weekly comic about "sordid doings in a surreal city." Ugly, weird, stupid and absolutely essential.
Homemade sketch comedy by the talented Zoran Gvojic and friends. Higher production values and way better writing than 99.9% of the crap on YouTube. Or any tube, for that matter.
"Almost certainly the best online sick joke database in the world." Well organized, tagged and rated, as either "sick" or "suck." If you need a clever one-liner about midget sex and cancer, Sickipedia has pages of them. Note: overflowing with Briticisms for some reason.
Michael Kelly's Page of Misery is one of the internet's treasures. Hilarious, well-written rants by a British scribe, it's a more genteel version of that blowhard Maddox. Now he has a book, too, called "My Godawful Life." Rejoice.
A now-defunct humor webzine that's been around since 2000, it's worth circumnavigating its many needless Amazon links to check out the funny, original content buried within.
Take a movie title, give it a pornographized variation, and vote on the wittiest submissions. Seems to be in limbo now, unfortunately.
"The Perry Bible Fellowship" is not as innocent as its name suggests. With wide-ranging artistic styles and clever, surreal, often shocking punchlines, it's one of the most consistently funny comic strips around. Demand that your local alt-weekly carry it.
"The Best Page In The Universe" debuted long before hyperbole was the norm for blogs. His rants and essays, now more sporadic than ever, are still the industry standard for bloviating wannabe macho asshole humor.
With the tagline "The internet isn't cool, anymore" you know you're dealing with something...not too terrible. We're including this because it used to be The Toilet, which was great. It still contains a selection of amusing content and really bad softcore porn.
"Tom the Dancing Bug is the weekly comic strip by Ruben Bolling, appearing in fine newspapers and websites around the world. People love the strip because of..." Well, that's where the Google summary ends. (It's a really good comic though.)
Yarrgh, man the lampoons, an' set sail for high seas o' comedy an' entertainment! Aye, the landlubbers at National Lampoons have been at it for many a year, notes I. (Trying something a little different here. How was it? Be honest.)
"The world's only comedy site, featuring pranks, jokes, and links from the world's funniest comedy community." Founded back in '95, some of their social engineering pranks are truly awe-inspiring.
This admittedly uninspiring URL points to a collection of one-off journals by comedic mastermind Bachem Macuno. His foul but skillfully written missives such as "I Fucked Ann Coulter in the Ass, Hard" and "Tom Cruise's Medical Forum" are some of the funniest eruptions of pop-culture absurdity ever to be graced with the name "blog."
From the best of craigslist web-vaults: "DO NOT EAT PRINGLES FAT FREE POTATO CHIPS. THEY WILL GREASE YOUR ASS." Indispensable toilet reading.
Despair, Inc. produces "motivational products and posters for pessimists, underachievers, and the chronically unsuccessful." They've built a pretty nice little business taking the piss out of Successories.
"The content-free encyclopedia that anyone can edit." A shockingly ambitious project to parody every single thing, ever.
Timothy McSweeney's Internet Tendency, founded by Dave Eggers, deserves high praise for its dependably smart, funny and dry comedy writing. Are you a fan of Dave Eggers and his ilk? What's that? You never heard of him?! Heathen!
If you only discover one new humor site today, make it this one. Not to be confused with the Vermont-based ska band or the Civil War-era boiled meat dish, Yankee Pot Roast belongs in the same category as McSweeney's. It's just way less popular. So check it out!