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(NSFW: Language) “…it allows you to communicate with unrivaled accuracy that you have $10,000.” When you create a gadget that’s easy to lose and destined to be obsolete yet costs up to $17,000, you deserve to be mocked.
“Oh! Nice to meet you hungry, I’m Dad!” Two of the corniest fathers on Earth have a showdown at a family restaurant. Everybody loses. We call this one Once a Pun a Time in the West. BA-BAM! We could totally beat these guys. That’s sad.
(NSFW: Language) This argument seems counter-intuitive and callous at first but it’s actually pretty simple. Tipping lets restaurants get away with lower wages for their servers. But until they raise said wages, we need to leave tips.
(NSFW: Language)CollegeHumor takes time off from creating skits to play a nerdy quiz show. The contestants are tasked with pointing out and correcting the inaccurate detail in statements about science fiction, fantasy and accounting.
(NSFW: Language)CollegeHumor juxtaposes two types of childhood ruination: the one where Michael Bay screws up your favorite cartoons, and the one where real sh*t went down. Here’s a parody: “Stop taking expressions seriously.”
(NSFW, Gross) Your pocket rocket is a sight to behold in the bedroom, but its larval stage leaves much to be desired. The solution? A non-stop inbetwiener, courtesy of Collegehumor’s warped imagination.
(NSFW: Language)CollegeHumor pokes fun at Apple’s self-inflicted branding dilemma now that it’s resorted to adding “Apple” instead of “i” to its product names. We guess the company’s CEO is no longer with us.
(NSFW: Language)Collegehumor breaks down how we sometimes decide which TV shows to watch based on their reputation and how cool they’ll make you seem. Seriously though why the hell did Bill Murray even do Garfield?
Wanna know how to get virtual approval from strangers online? Talk about stuff that’s already popular, boast about witty ways of being mean to others and worship celebrities. Sometimes the web seems like an adolescent’s version of TMZ.
(NSFW: Language) A man invites his date to his place. She promptly snoops around and stumbles upon… his Netflix account. Collegehumor reminds us that you shouldn’t judge a book by its viewing habits. Also anime are awesome.
CollegeHumor reminds us that keeping a dog’s breed pure often causes their descendants to be more prone to health problems, all so that we could keep or exaggerate the traits that we like about that breed.
“Attention is the scalpel you use to cut away the fat from your life. But the Internet has robbed you of it.”CollegeHumor gets serious for 3 minutes and 5 seconds. The lesson’s obvious, but the experience may make you admit your faults.
Columbusing (\kə-ˈləm-bəs-iŋ\) verb: to discover something for white people. CollegeHumor puts a name to a phenomenon that creates trends without giving their originators credit. Have you guys heard about this pea coat thing?
A concerned mother confronts his son about his crippling addiction. He doesn’t even know if he’s enjoying what he’s doing anymore. It’s just one hit after another. Props on Crackle Cocaine, but how could they miss Methflix?
Collegehumor pokes fun at the paralyzing guilt induced by the Web, where you can easily find out about the unspeakable horrors that make all the things you enjoy possible. We love how they had to explicitly spell out the joke anyway.
Have you just been given the honor to be your buddy’s best man? Scrap your plans. Collegehumor knows what your boy really wants: the once-in-a-lifetime chance to hang out with the cute barista from his local coffee shop.
(NSFW: Language, Sbroilers)Collegehumor takes what should be a shallow joke – Oscars for frat bros – and runs with it. Find out which movie characters bros think they can beat in a fight, what makes them mad sad and more.
(NSFW: Language)CollegeHumor imagines – or perhaps they were ordered to imagine – a local commercial for the recent Winter Olympics starring Russian President Vladimir Putin, sweaty gold and DJ Snowden.
(PG-13: Language) Adam Conover reminds us of one of the world’s greatest ad campaigns, i.e. outright lies. Diamond cartel De Beers duped usinto thinking that engagement rings are a thing and that diamonds are precious.
(NSFW: Language) Collegehumor’s skit doesn’t really have anything to do with Google’s search engine being a dude, but the psychological oppression that it would go through if it was a person. You and your dirty search terms.
(NSFW) Collegehumor unlocked an Easter Egg in Pokémon X/Y. Or not. Seriously dude, don’t call the kids. Game Freak, your audience has matured. Or is still immature. We’re not sure. We’re in shock. Cannot unsee.
(NSFW: Language) It happens to even the trendiest of us. You see something online that turns you into the embodiment of ROFLing, so you hype it up to your friends and urge them to watch it. This is why we send links via email.
(NSFW) With Google+ currently looking like yet another failed experiment, CollegeHumor decided it was time to go back to an old sketch that we truly and deeply hope stays as a joke. Because Mountain View has all of us by our balls.
What do you get when a North Korean force meets a Russian object? Shirtless gods. In his latest adventure, playboy detective Kim Jong Un collides with asteroid puncher Vladimir Putin. Miraculously, the world didn’t end.
When you’re out on a date, do you intentionally wait for several seconds before you respond to your partner so they won’t think you’re too into them? No? Then why the hell do we think that way when it comes to texting?
(NSFW: Language) Collegehumor continues to poke fun– er, glorify the very best leader of North Korea. Will Kim Jong Un’s Pokémon expertise help save his nation? Not that it needs saving. North Korea’s doing just fine.
There have been many visionaries, geniuses and humanitarians who shared their knowledge through TED. While those folks seem like they’re onto something, other speakers sound like they’re on something. Here’s to the crazy ones.
Grand Theft Auto V is getting rave reviews partly for the tons of activities available to the player. But Collegehumor seems to have a modded copy of the game, because the one they have makes a mini-game out of everything.