Laughing In Tough Times

These days, any excuse to laugh is a good one. And even with its sometimes shady reputation, the internet is a prime place to find this humor. You can uncover everything from one-liners, to humorous essays and stories, to the decrepit knock-knock. Comic strips, YouTube videos, and even the occasional status update on Facebook are sources of comedy.

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Unshelved comic used with permission.

Unlocking the comedic power of the Web can be dangerous, however, and not a little overwhelming. Fear not; I’m here to help. Here are just a few websites to get you started. Although I have taken care to choose quality, trustworthy sites, keep in mind that neither I nor KDL can take responsibility for all content contained therein.

Peanuts

Unshelved

I Can Has Cheezburger

Calvin and Hobbes

The Onion

Zits

Joke-of-the-Day

Garfield

Stupid Signs

Clean Jokes

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Written by Craig

I am a Circulation Assistant at the Lowell branch of Kent District Library. My job is to make a patron’s visit to the library circulation desk fun, easy, and informative. In other words, “circuliscious.”


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2 Responses to “Laughing In Tough Times”

  1. Kelaine Says:

    Thanks Craig! I’ve been in need of a laugh and FYI, you picked my all my favorite comics :D

  2. Kelaine Says:

    actually, I just thought of another one (Pearls Before Swine) that I enjoy for its darker humor..the artist/writer was a lawyer in a former life..’nuf said…
    http://community.livejournal.com/pearlswine