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The 8 Best Sites For Funny Computer Desktop Wallpapers

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When you work a lot on the computer, you come face to face with the desktop several times a day. The most important is first thing in the morning, when you start up your computer for the day, to check your email and read a few of your favorite blogs.

There are few greater opportunities to get your mood off to a good start every day than the appearance of a really funny image or quote.

In order to promote those positive vibes that’ll get your days off to a good start, I’d like to offer up eight free wallpaper sites I found that offer the best funny wallpapers for your desktop that you’ll find anywhere. Browse through the listings on these websites, pick and install the wallpaper that suits your personality and sense of humor, and get ready to smile every time you boot up your computer, or otherwise catch a glimpse of your computer desktop.

Top 8 Funny Computer Wallpaper Sites




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