If you haven’t been to icanhascheezburger.com yet, you’re missing out.

The popular website features uploaded pictures of cats with silly, misspelled captions called “LOL’s.” The concept has taken off, with new photos uploaded on a daily basis.

And if you’re not a cat person, you can visit ihasahotdog.com, which features equally hilarious pictures of dogs.

The site has become an Internet sensation, and fans can now comment on their favorite LOL’s and can even share their favorite pictures on the popular social networking site Facebook.

For political buffs with a twisted sense of humor, there’s also punditkitchen.com, a site featuring photos of politicians and world leaders with often inappropriate captions.

Anyone can make their very own LOL: upload a photo, add a caption, and submit. The majority of captions (or “capshuns” as it is spelled on the site) are misspelled, and if you don’t like the featured caption, you can submit your own.

If you’re looking for a laugh in the middle of the monotony of your workday, it’s the perfect way to spend five minutes. And, if you become a hardcore LOL fan, you can subscribe to their daily email, which features the latest LOL’s.

The site’s newest endeavor can be found at graphjam.com. Graph Jam, or “Pop Culture for People in Cubicles,” features hilarious versions of pie charts and graphs. Anyone can upload their own, or use a template provided by the site.

Nicolette Kuff is a freelance writer from Upstate NY.

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