This "Links I Like" page came about after I realized that lots of people email funny things to their friends by forwarding material they've received but they don't know where to go to find their own humorous material. Funny forwards come from various sources around the Internet and as I find sites that I think are worth visiting, I'll list them here.
Of course, it could be that you just want to "zone out" for a while and have a chuckle or two (before the boss catches you). Some of these sites will let you do that.
The final link on this page will always be Site Build It! It is not a funny site. In fact it is very serious. It tells you how to use your passions and interests to earn money on the Internet. I like it because I use it and it works.
So, whether you get funny forwards from your friends or email funny things to them, you'll also benefit by checking out these links.
Don't forget to add this website to your "Favorites" list before you go though, so you can find your way back!
Includes links to online comedy magazines, jokes, comedy advice and more.
Specializes in cartoon, humor, illustration, creative designing, graphics, drawing art, panel cartoons, comic strips, political cartoons for advertising, greeting cards, animation, children books, magazines and journals.
Looking to pull a prank on your friends? Go here to find a good one.
Here's a great source for good clean jokes, funny audio, funny video, cartoons, and more.
Try Penny Printables if you're looking for some great looking blank cards that you can add my verse to.
Want some Senior Citizen and Baby Boomer humor? Click above.
Click on either of these two pages to get your IQ. (It might be fun to know, don't you think?)
Click above to go to the Fun Things Blog and see what's happened on this website recently.
Click the picture below to fire the boss and to learn how to build a profitable web site based on something you like. It is not get rich quick. It's also not work!
If you'd like to have your own profitable website but have some nagging questions about whether or not you could or should do it, then go here for your TOLL FREE number. The friendly people at Solo Build It will answer all your questions. (It's also one of the links I like.)