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  • Whohaha is a platform for funny women
  • Whohaha is a platform for funny women
    Elizabeth Banks (2016) ©
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Whohaha is a platform for funny women

Numerous studies suggest that people find men funnier than women. But Hollywood actress Elizabeth Banks doesn't agree – and she's prepared to prove it. WhoHaha is a comedy site similar to Funny or Die, but it's created by, and for, women. And it's the perfect platform for branded content.

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