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5 Funniest Blog Posts of the Week That You Must Read Immediately if Not Sooner

It’s been cranky week. NYC has been sweltering hot, I’ve been waking up too early to get too much work done, but have somehow been reading all of the internet instead. I’m caught in an endless cycle of laundry and baseball (the two are not unrelated), trying to figure out meals when everyone has chicken fatigue and no more fishitis and omg, how much meat and pasta can I serve before the American Heart Association knocks on my door?

It’s when I’m feeling overwhelmed and under-enthusiastic that I turn to my favorite bloggers to get a funny fix. Because in the few minutes that it takes to read a post, the world changes. My mood lightens, I laugh, life is instantly better.

Click through for five blog posts that made me laugh this week. And if you got any to share, please leave a link in the comments.

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  • Wendi Aarons 1 of 5
    Wendi Aarons
    Whether you love water parks or avoid them like the bubonic plague that I'm sure they carry, Wendi's list of Rejected Names for Water Parks is hysterical.
  • Finslippy 2 of 5
    Finslippy
    You know those fights you have with your beloved that your neighbors overhear? You won't believe what Alice's husband did when that happened. (Hint: this is how society breaks down and civilization ends and the Kardashians rule the universe.)
  • The Flying Chalupa 3 of 5
    The Flying Chalupa
    I'm scared of big words, but I loved The Journey of the Entomologist. Good thing I'm not scared of bugs!
  • Josette Plank 4 of 5
    Josette Plank
    Josette writes a letter to her daughter at camp. I'd love to see her kid's face when she reads it.
  • The Good Life 5 of 5
    The Good Life
    It's important to be supportive when our kids have an idea. Even if it turns your stomach.

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