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 Intentionally Lame Blog

And the winner is: "The Dullest Blog In The World".
"The Dullest Blog In The World" makes no bones about the fact that it's lame--rather, that seems to be the very point. The author blogs about meaningless, insignificant minutia of his daily life. And he does it with an understated gusto.
"Some pencils were scattered around on my desk," one entry says. "I picked them up one by one. I placed the pencils in the drawer which I use to store pencils."
"There was a cupboard in the corner of the room," reads another. "I reached out my hand and gripped the door handle. I pulled the door towards me, thereby opening the cupboard."
While we recognize the intentional and likely satirical nature of this work, the ease with which the author achieves its pure lameness cannot go unrecognized. Especially lame: No updates since 2006. See? Blogs about nothing CAN amount to something.
Jerry Seinfeld would be proud.
Next: Lamest Celebrity Worship Blog

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