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 Topic for a Blog

And the winner is: "Bad Hair Day".
You can find a blog about almost anything. When it comes to bad topics, though, "Bad Hair Day" comes out a snip above the rest. The entire site, as its name suggests, is devoted to messy, moussy, or otherwise lackluster locks.
Written by the anonymous "Bad Hair Czar," the site points a finger at celebs who could do with a new do. It tackles such tough topics as whether Kelly Osbourne is wearing a wig, whether Christina Ricci looks better with or without bangs, and whether Penelope Cruz needs to rethink her brushing technique. And like many lame blogs, it's not updated often enough--which probably is a good thing.
"The frizz, the awkward sidesweep, the fluff, the curl and the fug," the Czar writes. "I hate to sound like Nina Garcia, the most inarticulate and useless judge on Project Runway, but I don't get it."
Neither do we. Congrats on the award!

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