We’ve all been through the shared house scenario, rooming with a bunch of complete strangers and their various quirks. Some of them will turn out to be friends, some enemies, some secret lovers with bedroom benefits. To find out your roommate potential, our friends at College Humor have come up with the ultimate flow chart. Read on for the answer …
Language is constantly advancing but this would be nothing short of hyper-evolution. Our favourite is the Morgan Freemark, whose usage denotes that the text should be read out in Morgan Freeman’s voice. The best way to add gravitas to any statement.
The votes are in for this year’s Oscar nominations, but our vote goes towards these hilarious, slightly more honest titles for the Oscar nominated films of 2013, by our friends at College Humor.
Although some American states saw victories for Gay Rights this recent election, there are still many doing their best to keep couples from getting hitched. This video created by the guys of College Humor puts forward an excellent case as to why it’s a huge mistake.
With selfies, Instagram and duckfaces showing no signs of relenting, The Capes Times newspaper in South Africa took a different approach to telling their readers how they get their stories straight from the horse’s mouth via a first-hand accounts. These cleverly photoshopped famous images are part of a striking new marketing campaign for the paper – even if the arms look a little long.
Grafighters is a groundbreaking new game that enables players to upload their own hand-drawn characters, customize their fighting style, and watch them come to life in epic battles. It’s the kind of game everyone plays in their imagination as kids, but some grown up college kids in Syracuse, New York, figured out how to make […]
John Dies at the End, affectionately known by its creator and fans as JDATE, may have started as a free series of chapters about two college drop-outs experimenting with drugs, but it eventually became such a cult hit that it culminated in a film adaptation that premiered in this year’s Sundance Festival. The appeal? A […]
Our friends at College Humor created this clever selection of superhero redesigns working to the premise that ‘the only thing comic book companies like more than making money is infinitely redesigning their characters‘. But a horny Superman? Who would’ve guessed!
Our friends over at College Humor have created this video to explain Not Google Plus, which they bill as being the world’s first anti-social network. Brilliant. We’d like to join but, as Grouchy Marx once said, any club … well, you know the rest.
I read Bill Bryson’s A Short History of Nearly Everything and emerged out the other end even more confused about what really happened than before. So thank you College Humor and Mark Zuckerberg for simplifying what was evidently a most complex period of time.
Our friends at College Humor have done what they do best: taking the mickey out of those hapless folk who never get just how public Facebook can be. Laugh? Yes, it’s always so much more fun at someone else’s expense.