Aaron Herman

Laughing Through Life’s Hiccups: Maya and Yehuda Devir’s Comic Genius

Comics have a magical way of turning life’s mishaps into belly-aching hilarity. And when it comes to the dynamic duo of Israeli cartoonists, Maya and Yehuda Devir, they’ve got the comedic recipe down to a science. These two talented artists, also a married couple, have taken the world by storm with their web comic series, “One of Those Days.” With their wacky sense of humor and knack for showcasing life’s absurdity, the Devirs have amassed a fan following of over 9 million people worldwide, offering a unique, humorous lens through which we can all view life’s ups and downs.

Maya and Yehuda Devir make for an artistic pair that’s as delightful as a comedy duo. Their individual talents are impressive, but it’s their collaboration that has transformed them into global comic celebrities. Based in Israel, this couple brings a dash of humor, a pinch of authenticity, and a whole lot of relatability to their art, making it accessible to people all over the world.

At the heart of their creative madness lies their web comic series, “One of Those Days.” Released weekly on their social media platforms, these comics serve up a hilarious slice of Maya and Yehuda’s daily life. What makes their comics stand out is their utter commitment to unfiltered honesty. They don’t shy away from depicting life’s unglamorous moments; instead, they flaunt the mundane, embarrassing, and downright chaotic parts of existence.

Through their art, the Devirs show us that life isn’t always Instagram-ready, but it’s these perfectly imperfect moments that make it so darn interesting. Whether it’s the epic struggle of fixing a broken appliance, the wild adventure of parenting, or the comedy of errors that is a relationship, Maya and Yehuda capture these scenarios with a humorous twist. Their comics are a window into the universal human experience, offering comfort in the knowledge that we’re all in the same hilariously leaky boat.

In a world where social media often portrays an unrealistic facade of perfection, the Devirs’ willingness to showcase their glorious chaos is a breath of fresh air. Their comics have transformed into a virtual support group for millions of people worldwide. Through humor, they’ve created a space where individuals can chuckle at their own mishaps and find solace in the fact that everyone’s life is a sitcom in the making.

The Devirs haven’t just entertained their audience; they’ve fostered a sense of community. Their weekly comics have created a bond between people who can relate to the daily struggles they depict. The comment sections on their posts are like a comedy club’s backstage, filled with funny anecdotes, shared experiences, and a hearty dose of laughter, turning their social media pages into a digital hangout for those who appreciate life’s quirks.

Maya and Yehuda Devir, the comedic masterminds behind “One of Those Days,” have struck comedic gold by turning life’s hiccups into fits of laughter. Their unique storytelling through comics resonates with the authenticity and hilarity that’s woven into our daily lives. By embracing the chaos and sharing it with the world, the Devirs have created a global comedy club where people can connect, share a hearty laugh, and find solace in the sheer craziness of existence.

In a world where we often strive for perfection, the Devirs remind us that it’s perfectly fine to laugh at our own foibles and find humor in the messiness. Through their art, they’ve offered a side-splitting perspective on the human experience, proving that even on our craziest days, laughter is the best medicine. Maya and Yehuda Devir’s ability to connect with people through their hilariously relatable comics is a testament to the comedic power of art to bring us together in laughter and understanding.

About the Author
Aaron is a fundraiser, video journalist and growth hacker. Aaron’s segments has been featured on The Jewish Week NY,,, CNN and HLN network. Aaron holds a BA from Binghamton University and an MPA from Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at NYU. Aaron lives in White Plains, NY with his wife Tani and his son Michael and Ari.
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