More lolz.

Most of you probably read I Can Has Cheezburger, I Has A Hot Dog, and Graph Jam. If you don’t, you probably hate freedom, puppies, and rainbows. This morning I stumbled across engrishfunny.com, another in a long line of lolz. Seriously, go there. Why?

Don’t say I never did anything for you.

More lolz.

5 Responses

  1. Oh I adore engrishfunny! Anything to avoid doing real work, actually…

    I can’t get past “IMAFUKU” to be honest. Boy if I had a dime for every time I’ve said that…

  2. Once I went to a Chinese restaurant in Moscow. They had a dessert translated into Russian translated into English called “Nut the Cash.” Apparently, it is delightful.

    Don’t act like you didn’t try it…

  3. I go out of my way to photograph these things, myself. As for those cat and dog pictures? I hate that stuff.

    I figured you, of all people, would appreciate such english language travesties. Especially those of the naughty variety.

    My only real problem with the lolcats and loldogs is that, evidently, it is necessary to misspell words so egregiously to be funny.

  4. I enjoy the lolstuff, but my sense of humor and that of the people choosing what goes on the site are clearly different. I do have a particular appreciation for graphjam, probably because I’m a big nerd who a) has way too much pop culture detritus floating around my brain and b) thinks in pictures anyway, so charts/graphs are instantly appealing.

    I can’t get all that excited about engrishfunny, though, because it’s clearly a rip-off of http://www.engrish.com, which has been around for about a decade now.

  5. I love the lolcats and loldogs, but what frightens me about the sites are all the comments. written in lol speak. the occasional lol speak like kthanxbai is one thing, but like entire comments written like an lolcat or other cute animal. weird.

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