Christine Koh

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I'm Christine Koh, a music and brain neuroscientist turned multimedia creative. I'm the founder + editor of Boston Mamas, co-author of Minimalist Parenting, co-host of the Edit Your Life podcast, and creative director at Women Online. Drop me a line; I'd love to chat about how we can work together!

Four Hysterically Funny Websites

hyperbole-and-a-half.jpgThe thing about my friend Jenny (aka The Bloggess) is that online she is this absurdly funny, irreverent writer (who writes about everything from parenting to sex to clowns to zombies -- all with a healthy dose of the f-bomb), yet she is -- while still being very, very funny -- an utterly sweet snuggle bunny in person. Jenny's blog never fails to make me laugh (her responses to PR pitches are particularly hysterical), so for today's four favorites guest post, I asked Jenny to share what she finds funny -- to recommend four websites that will make you laugh so hard you'll be crying alongside your baby.

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From Jenny:

My friend Christine asked me if I'd write about the "four websites that will make you laugh so hard you'll be crying alongside your baby" and I said I would except I don't even have a baby and now I feel kind of weird because it's possible that she has me confused with someone else and will be terribly disappointed when she realizes who I am. But regardless, I do have four websites that I love because they are hysterical and also because each of the people writing them are all genuinely nice people.

Unlike polar bears, who are not people at all.

1. Hyperbole and a Half. I used her pain scale (pictured in part above) last time I went to the ER. They gave me major narcotics. Yay for drawings!

2. David Thorne. There's not really a good way to describe him so I won't.

3. The Adventures of Dr. McNinja. "How stupid of me. That was the sound of chainsaw NUNCHUKS."

4. Natalie Dee. She inspired me to start blogging. This is all her fault.

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So there are four funny blogs to add to your feed reader. And if you aren't following The Bloggess, this would be a good time to do so. You can also follow Jenny on Twitter at @TheBloggess.


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