If you are looking for funny posts to make your day, actress Elizabeth Banks (@elizabethbanks) and Digital Media Management (@wearedmm) have created an IG account that you can scroll through. From funny tweets to relatable memes, you can find at least one thing to enjoy. DM your friends, share on Twitter and Facebook. Since 2016, WhoHaha used comedy to show others how women can work together to create content that anyone can relate to. Using the Instagram platform, the posts can be short but witty, giving a laugh one way or another. These posts are worth checking out.
Other than Twitter and Facebook, memes and funny posts can be found on Instagram. Known for her roles in the Hunger Games, Pitch Perfect, and Charlie’s Angels, direction and production, Elizabeth Banks has also co-founded WhoHaha which contains female-driven comedic content. From making self-deprecating jokes to quoting others, there is a post for everyone. Not only is comedy the main statement, you can see there is so much more to their goals. You can find other information such as a video series, articles, and podcasts directly on their website www.whohaha.com and share them with others. WhoHaha encourages others to collaborate, create, and grow. Anyone can create content that would have people smiling or having something to talk about.
What’s great about WhoHaha is that the website and IG accounts share funny posts from other funny people. You can directly see tweets from comediennes such as Ali Wong, Cristela Alonza, and Elizabeth Banks herself. The tweets and posts are re-shared to say “Hey, look at this funny tweet.” The memes can be over the top but if you find the humor in them, WhoHaha served its purpose. A variety of posts from a wide range of women shows that anyone can be funny unintentionally, and that’s okay. For example, Kristen Schaal posted this tweet about gluten. It seems offensive yet relatable, which makes it hilarious.
Other posts on WhoHaha acknowledges and show gratitude toward female celebrities who fans love, who others like. For the latest celebrity-related news, you can also find them on WhoHaha. Such posts are uplifting and comical because we all need a little laugh once in a while. Other communities are also given recognition for people to check them out as well. Laughter brings joy to others, as well as memes. It’s great to see more of this type of content on your Instagram feed daily.