The 11 lamest blogs on the Web

After an Internet-wide search, here are the 11 blogs that depressed -- er, uh -- impressed us the most with their lameness.

Lamest Celebrity Worship Blog

And the winner is: "Paris Hilton: A Paris Hilton Fan Blog".
People love their celebrities. And we get that--the unmatchable cool of a rock star or the talent of a Hollywood heartthrob can inspire infatuation.
But Paris Hilton? What's there to admire--her lack of talent? Her uppity attitude, or holier-than-thou demeanor? Apparently, there's something there, at least according to the folks at "Paris Hilton: A Paris Hilton Fan Blog." Note: This isn't Paris Hilton's blog. It's a blog about Paris Hilton. These people have devoted an entire site to worshipping the socialite whose birthday suit has been seen by millions. And this fan blog is no small undertaking, either--it features a good seven or more daily updates on our video vixen's every move.
A sampling of recent entries:
"Paris Hilton claims plastic surgery causes aging."
"Paris Hilton wants to date Prince William."
"So. Um. Have any of you had sex with and/or hoovered fairy dust with her? Please tell us what it was like in the comments."
Wow--really? If cyberspace were a natural resource, this would constitute grade A misuse. That's so not hot.
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