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Could everyone summarize the posts that you are posting? Blindly clicking links isn't great.

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May 31Liked by Thalia The Muse of Comedy 🎭

Not gonna lie everything I write is funny as shit but I think β€œI’m a lady in the sheets but a freak in the streets” is my best one:

https://open.substack.com/pub/sixfootpartysub/p/im-a-lady-in-the-sheets-but-a-freak?r=r7pez&utm_medium=ios

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I read that. It was pretty funny

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May 30Liked by Thalia The Muse of Comedy 🎭

This one made me guffaw quite a bit. The title is pretty self explanatory. Here, Katie Nissen explains how and why she zapped herself with an electric lighter, which seems like a foolish thing for a person to do.

https://open.substack.com/pub/knissen/p/i-zapped-myself-with-an-electric?r=2nx65t&utm_medium=ios

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haha that's awesome!

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May 30Liked by Thalia The Muse of Comedy 🎭

I'll say up front that the substack I'm mentioning is one of mine. I write science and tech humor on substack. My column last Tuesday discussed the demise of the Neanderthals, proposing a new theory that cannot possibly be proved (although it makes perfect sense and is definitely correct!). Actually two theories. Plus other stuff. If a billionaire reads the column, they may be inspired to pursue a horribly unethical project which I would only want a small fee for bringing to their attention.

https://technoscreed.substack.com/p/love-in-the-paleolithic?r=ockvg

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May 30Liked by Thalia The Muse of Comedy 🎭

This is an awesome idea for a post and I’m looking forward to checking out the recommendations. My link is certainly not the funniest I’ve ever read, but it was an attempt at humor. I hope you won’t begrudge me using your post as a shameless attempt at self promotion.

https://open.substack.com/pub/tysonanthony/p/restaurants-are-a-way-of-life?r=mr93f&utm_medium=ios&utm_campaign=post

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Haha pretty funny. Giving each person a card they have to turn in when they complain is awesome.

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May 31Liked by Thalia The Muse of Comedy 🎭

It usually gets the job done. They learn to let the little things go after a week or two

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May 30·edited May 30Liked by Thalia The Muse of Comedy 🎭

I can't remember specific posts, but Scoot; Michael S. Atkinson; Alexander Ipfelkofer; and Alexander Hellene have written some very amusing stories. As far as my own funniest post, I'd have to go with this one:

https://joshtatter.substack.com/p/the-camembert-conundrum

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That story's pretty good!

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Yeah those guys are funny

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Coffee & Covid pretty much every morning. Matt Taibbi can be hilarious, too.

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If you're bold, appreciate the surreal and a tight, action-packed writing style, then you might get this. I think the title pretty much lets you know what kind of content this will be and what type of humour. I read it twice and laughed out loud, snorting. It's kind of porn absurdist. https://open.substack.com/pub/franktbird/p/i-stuck-my-dong-in-a-gloryhole-to?utm_source=share&utm_medium=android&r=p3krk

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No politics?

But that's my funniest shit. Boooo! ;)

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This is mine and is my kind of humor. Either no one likes it or it has not gotten enough attention, or both.

https://strawbridgeideas.substack.com/p/when-thinking-outside-the-box-goes

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