The Funniest Things Women Did the Week of July 5

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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!

First, here are some tweets to LOL at this week:

As for some truly hilarious happenings, here are a smattering of our favorites:

1. Queen Elizabeth toured the set of a TV series based on her own life.

Queen Elizabeth toured the set of Coronation Street this week and offered some chuckle-worthy advice to the stars of the British soap opera. Known colloquially to fans as simply Corrie, producer Iain MacLeod reportedly told the queen of the show, "We try to balance the trouble with some niceness, ma'am,  but there's some trouble, I'll be honest." To which the queen savagely replied: "Well, I suppose life is a trouble." YES, QUEEN (literally).

2. We got the best dog shows, ranked.

The Cut cataloged the best "dog-based programming" to fulfill your pet-adjacent needs, ranking the dog reality shows that prominently feature pups who "do tricks, solve puzzles, and get makeovers." It's the exact brand of "aww" and "weird!" we're looking for in our week.

3. Julia Stiles recalled what it was like being a young star in Hollywood.

Her resulting anecdotes are predictably funny, while also being truly ludicrous. During the 40-year-old's appearance on the People in the 90s podcast this week, she explained the comical thing that happened when she was in college. In addition to casual co-eds coming up to her and asking, 'Oh, you're in that movie, right?,'" Stiles also recalled that one time when a limo for the MTV Movie Awards pulled "up in front of my dormitory with my name on it." Who among us hasn't been there?

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

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Rose Low

Rose Low is a writer based in New York, with a background in social media strategy and reporting. She has a Masters from NYU and a love for romantic comedies. See Full Bio

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