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 (and Strangest) Beverage-Inspired Blog

And the winner is: "Pepsi-KFC's Blog".
Some people get devoted to brands. Really devoted. Our final winner brings his odd love for all things Pepsi and KFC together in the aptly named "Pepsi-KFC's Blog." We think the following paragraph says it all:
"Pepsi and Pepsi these are a few of my favourite things Pepsi and Pepsi...I wana be the very best +dun dun duna na+ to drink them all is my cause +dun dun duna na+ to find such beautys as Twist and Cino +dun dun duna na+ to destroy the factory we must destroy +dun dun duna na+ ... If you taste good I'll drink you, Pepsi Max, gota drink em all gota drink em all!"
Uh, yikes?
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