What would you buy with $229.93 A pair of shoes? Maybe a new purse? How about a salad? Yes that’s right, a salad. CH Staff uploaded this hilarious prank; see what happens when our friends at college humor order a salad with over 200 toppings. Sounds exotic but I think i’ll stick to croutons, bacon and parmasean cheese.
The holiday season is NOT about fighting but Christmas and Hanukkah just couldn’t help themselves in this sketch by CollegeHumor.
The two holidays go head to head with weapons like pine needles, Black Friday, gelt guns and dreidel. Christmas originally knocked Hanukkah down with “Christmas morning” but it didn’t stick because of the “miracle save” card. I nearly thought Hanukkah had this one with “Jewish Guilt” but it ended up backfiring so no real winner was announced.
Choose your own victor under the comments! I’m going with the apathetic answer, Chrismukkah!
Watch it here
CollegeHumor ripped on Nickelback with their parody of “Photograph” called “Look at this Instagram,” which makes fun of the Instagram photos you want to remember and the the song you want to forget.
I’m pretty tired of people posting photos of every single mundane street sign and sidewalk smudge they see — as though putting a filter on it makes it deep and artsy. Thankfully, this song is kind of like aversion therapy. Now all your good thoughts of Instagram will be associated with Nickelback’s highly mockable song and CollegeHumor’s awesome parody.
Watch it here
It’s hard to fight crime when you’ve got sex on the brain. If Bruce Wayne thought a little harder about Miranda’s betrayal at the end of The Dark Knight Rises, you’d think he’d be hurt. Turns out, he would just want to go at it with her ALL NIGHT over again (bam chika wow).
In this sketch by CollegeHumor,
Batman Badman is about to take down the evil Bane when Miranda swoops in and stabs him. Instead of getting a couple minutes for her closing monologue, they engage in an awkward conversation about their sexual history. Superheroes can be confused to, you know?
CollegeHumor supports gay marriage and you should too. Even though it’s a moral and civil right there are still some narrow-minded people who fight against the cause, believing marriage should strictly be between a man and a woman.
Well, these men have a message for you. If you keep marriage between a man and woman then they’ll play within your rules and will marry your girlfriend.
Think about it: They’ll go to the gym together and get Pinkberry as a reward. He’s the shoulder your girlfriend cries on when you’re a total jackass
“If you stay closed minded about this, we will take one for the team and marry the crap out of them,” says one guy. “So don’t make us marry your girlfriends. Support gay marriage.”
Watch it here
Nolan Gould hosts his own cooking show for children of parents who don’t love them on Absentee Parent Cooking Show. In this episode, the Modern Family star teaches us how to combine Dunk-a-roos icing and balled up bread in a main course, and he also divulges a new trick that involves Fruit Roll-Ups. It’s the perfect meal for a night of watching PG 14 movies and playing violent video games.
The parody was made by CollegeHumor and proves that even if your parents don’t care about your meals, you should.
Remember CollegeHumor’s old jeggings gang that upset their private school teacher Mr. Stevens with their skin-tight pants? Well they’re back. Not with jeggings because that’s way old school for them but with a variety of unexplainable styles, some of which I actually wear.
The list of offending styles includes pre-torn jeans, acid wash tank tops, shit-covered jackets (gross) and salsa-stained skirts. All the students are going for that casual “I don’t care” look. In fact, one even goes one step forward with a brand name cardboard sign that says he’s hungry and homeless.
Sometimes you meet this perfectly chiselled guy with a dimpled smile and you give him your number without realizing you’re missing something big — deal breaker big. This Carly Rae Jepsen CollegeHumor parody of “Call Me Maybe” proves that sometimes when you give your number out, you should promptly ask for it back.
Studios are making high budget movies out of pretty much everything these days, including comic books, video games and board games so why not turn a kid’s educational cartoon into a non-animated feature film? From the producers of True Lies and the writers of Yo Gabba Gabba comes Dora the Explorer: The Search For the Infinity Orb.
Modern Family star Ariel Winter (who plays Alex Dunphy) breaks skulls and languages barriers in this action-packed movie. We also get glimpses of a smoking Diego, Boots and Backpack in this CollegeHumor parody trailer.
It’s pretty much Dora the Explorer meets Tomb Raider. And I would pay to see it.
Watch the trailer here:
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.
Watch it here:
The day has come upon us fellow Pinterest users, when the men of the Internet challenge our fortress. Look at them uniting, the trolls, ninja cats, and every other outdated meme, riding to the music of Nyan. The only safe-haven for crafty girls who don’t want to take their tops off is coming under attack from the rest of the Internet. They’ve already invaded YouTube and Tumblr, but Pinterest must protect it’s homepage.
Pull out your Etsy glue guns, fishtail braid every hairstyle you see in sight, take photo bombs and by George, throw every superfood you have at them.
Pinterest will live to see another day. [Source]
Here are five things I learned from this nature photographer Greg, who photographs the rare American Eagle… model.
1) They’re not that hard to find. The rare American Eagle model can be found in fields, on beaches — alone or together — at night. Pretty much everywhere.
2) They’re defined by their ethnic ambiguity and the alpha make usually has defined pelvic bones.
3) They’re also characterized by their attempt to mimic human behaviour but they can’t seem to get it right. Snow pants and sandals, wet suits with messenger bags, who are these ‘people?’ They carry surfboards and props but have no idea what to do with them.
4) They are FAR less dangerous than American Apparel models but rarely reproduce.
5) Behind their vague disinterest you might see a glimpse of human intelligence. But then you remember they’re just beautiful animals. [CollegeHumor]
OK Go loves making people smile with their epic music videos but decided to spread longer-lasting joy to people’s lives by creating an
unsuccessful amusing dating site. OK Go teamed up with CollegeHumor to create OK Go-Pid, a matchmaking service. Once you fill out your online profile, OK Go will print it, crumple it into a tiny ball and throw it into a “signature mechanical computational device.” That sounds impressive and scientific. The rigorous steampunk device uses dominoes, tunnels and balloons to reveal your random and unreliable match.
During the testimonials, no one seems satisfied with their partner but they all admit it’s really cool to watch the process!! What’s compatibility anyway over the word of OK Go? I mean, these are the guys who made that awesome video where they run on treadmills. Who can argue with them?
Now if only the website was real.
A first world problem is typically experienced by people living in industrialized and wealthy countries. Let me break it down for you with some examples:
- Can’t find chapstick (The worst!!)
- You forgot to put deodorant on
- Shower takes a long time to heat up
- People unfollowed you on Twitter
- You forgot to put the silence on your phone when you went to sleep
- Your mom requested to be your friend on Facebook
- Toddlers & Tiaras
- Justin Bieber, Justin Bieber, Justin Bieber
Out of all the problems in the world to have, buying a $5 coffee that tastes bad isn’t unbearable. CollegeHumor put together this hilarious video listing the top 100 First World Problems (101 if you listen to the very end). Justin Bieber appears no less than 10 times on the list.
What is your first world problem?