College Humor did us all a favour by re-doing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme song in the style of the Michael Bay so we don’t have to watch it.
Okay, fine. I’m totally going to see Bay’s bastardization of the beloved show, if only out of curiosity. But so far, it doesn’t bode well for our favourite amphibians. Why, you may or may not be asking?
Well, let’s face it: Transformers 2 & 3 sucked. The first installment was fine because Louis Stevens (a.k.a. Shia LaBeouf) was all grown up and it brought a tear to my eye. Secondly, Bay has brought Megan Fox back to star as April O’Neal AND SHE’S NOT WEARING THE YELLOW JUMPSUIT. The controversy! Also, I’m sure Bay is going to try and figure out how to add some unnecessary explosions because BOOM! goes the box office, amirite?
Now that I’m thinking about it, explosions may just be the only thing missing from College Humor’s parody.
Being Chris Brown’s publicist must be a nightmare. I’m sure there’s more to it than this College Humor video, but from just the looks of this, it’s hardly the high power job anyone in Hollywood would ever try to strive for.
Fine, I’ll bite. I’ll watch this fake ending for Paperman, the Oscar winning Disney short.
Wait. What? The paper planes come together to form a man?! And they didn’t just magically attack, I mean, gently nudge our two lovers together for the sake of romance? It, as in the actual paper man, was just horny? Whoaaaa… whoa. Not cool. I did not expect that at all.
Dammit, College Humor. You just had to go there.
WATCH THE PAPERMAN ALTERNATIVE ENDING BELOW:
Dear College Humor,
One word: why?
I like Dave Chappelle. I also really like Zooey Deschanel. But this monstrosity that you have bestowed upon us may just be the most frightening thing I’ve ever seen. I never thought I would ever live to see Zooey’s large, soulful eyes paired up with Dave’s facial hair. It’s not a pleasant visual experience, but yet, here I am still staring at it like the trainwreck it is. Damn you. Damn you all.
Today is the last day of Movember. YAY! As of tomorrow males will no longer look like pedophiles and 70s porn stars and females can rejoice.
But how exactly does one end a month-long relationship with the lip fur? Luckily, Rhett & Link from College Humor have provided an easy to follow guide.
Watch it here
If Back to the Future starred Skrillex (aka Sonny Moore) instead of Michael J. Fox, the movie would have been very different — especially one scene in particular.
College Humor imagined how the 1955 high schoolers would react to dubstep music with an oppressively dark sound and unfortunately it doesn’t go so well for him. I was worried their brains might explode but it’s much less dramatic. I just wish Marty McFly would have gone full undercut on them…
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In the original movie Marty McFly tried to introduce the high schoolers to rock music, playing Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Good,” with an electronic guitar solo in the middle.
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Acronyms make me feel uncool. Not that they directly bully me or call me vial names, but they change so often that I can’t keep up. Someone will text me something long and obscure like: ICWTSY and I have to google it, my self-esteem plummeting with every search engine hit. See? I just made the “I Can’t Wait To See You” (ICWTSY) acronym up and you were probably all like WHA? That’s how I feel on a daily basis.
Anyway, these guys from CollegeHumor decided to take YOLO (You Only Live Once) to the next level by creating some new pseudonyms around it, including YOYOKO ONOSOCO: “You’re Only Yoko Ono, So Chill Out.” Finally, acronyms that will legit make my life so much easier. If I can remember them.
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In retrospect, the fact that The Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins’ blatantly disregarded Katniss Everdeen’s bowel functions in the arena seems like a serious overlook. If you’re going to be trapped on top of a large tree in the forest for who knows how long without bathroom facilities, wouldn’t that be a minor concern?
Not to worry. We can now expect The Hunger Games Unabridged edition, which involves 200 extra pages about sh*tting in the woods. Finally we can fill in the blanks!
On a serious note, my co-worker asked whether Collins in fact talks about going to the washroom in the woods. And no, I can’t think of one reference about it. [Source]
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No joke, when I was younger and before I realized how it reinforced poor gender roles, Dream Phone was my all-time favourite board game. I would go to my friend Monika’s house and we would play this classic, along with “Don’t Wake Daddy” and “Baby-Sitters Club.” Now whenever I see the game I have a sudden urge to play it, for old time’s sake.
CollegeHumor’s parody of Dream Phone is tailored for a hypothetical Hunger Games edition. Slaughter your opponents, survive at all costs and find out who has a crush on you!! And even more romantic, once you find your secret admirer you can guess how he’s plotting to kill you.
The fake ad uses every cheesy 90s stereotype I can think of. From the horribly excited expressions on the all-American girl’s faces to the distasteful amount of pink in her bedroom.
Best of all, it allows us to face our biggest fears: dating and death.
Watch the parody below:
If you frequent Starbucks, you’d know their venti is essentially their largest cup of coffee, coming in at 20 ounces. In some states, they have a trenta, which is 30 ounces.
The funny guys at College Humor created this skit making fun of the ludicrous sizing at Starbucks and those obsessed with drinking from it, specifically Mary-Kate Olsen.
Whenever one half of the Olsen twins is snapped by the paparazzi, she seems to always have a venti Starbucks coffee/soy latte/white mocha/something else that sounds pretentious in her hand.
In the skit, Mary-Kate pushes it even further by order what she calls a Cento and then a Mille, which holds 1,000 ounces of coffee. Obviously drinking copious amounts of caffeine in one sitting will bring out the worst in you, as Mary-Kate demonstrates.
What the funny video below.