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The Funniest Things Women Did the Week of Oct. 11

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It's that time, friends, when we bring you a roundup of the funniest things women have said and/or done this week for your laughing pleasure!

Our chuckle-worthy tweets of the week were:

And here’s some more hilarity from women on the web this week:

Beanie Feldstein Had a ‘Funny Girl’ Moment With Lea Michele

You may have heard that Beanie Feldstein (yes, Jonah Hill’s sister) was cast in the Broadway revival of Funny Girl recently. In tandem with that news, many trolls on the internet made mention of actress Lea Michele, who has been outspoken about her dream to be Fanny Brice, the star of Funny Girl, on Broadway one day. The actress publicly wished Feldstein well when the news was announced. Apparently though, Feldstein says she “doesn’t even know the woman.” The entire situation is bonkers and well worth tuning in to the interview where Feldstein says this.

This Woman Shared a Moment With Her Corn-Loving Cat

We care about a lot of things, but we care most about this video of a woman sharing a cob of corn with a cat. This honestly needs no further explanation.

Emma Mae Washington Turned 100 Years Old This Week

Washington celebrated the momentous day by joking around with friends and family. In an interview with a local news affiliate in Alabama, the woman revealed that she’d been celebrating her birthdate on a date later than her actual birthday. She explained to a reporter that while she’s proud of her milestone, she doesn’t “want the world to know — I can’t get no boyfriend.”

This Woman Created Some Hilarious Logo Redesigns

A woman on TikTok has gone viral with her wild redesigns of famous logos. The woman remains very deadpan in all of her videos and uses her skills obtained at a school for animation to create extremely bad logos. She recently appeared on Ellen to talk about her, uh, art.

See anything hilarious in the wild? Feel free to DM us on @circlearoundofficial on Instagram to send us your funny tips!

Tags: Pop Culture


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