Our friends at College Humor have cast the ultimate dispersion on those cool strolling, hipster low pant wearers, who tend to proliferate around the subways of Brooklyn. Mind you, I’d rather be dressed like them than the farmer, who damn near chokes himself with his outrageous pant height.
Bullies get a bad wrap: truth is, they keep the rest of us on our toes and that ain’t a bad thing (just ask Natalie Portman). Which is why this series of ads by College Humor is way more appealing that the dull, sanitised rubbish more agencies throw in our faces.
Sometimes the truth hurts, but damn it’s way more entertaining that the fiction most people run on their resumes. Our friends at College Humor came up with a series of resumes that showed ‘real’ achievements at ages 6, 17, 22, 25, 35, 55, and 100.
Our friends over at College Humor have answered the long pondered question: If the good Doctor really was a quack, how would he diagnose. And the answer? Read on my friends, my friends, my friends indeed.
Fight Club raised the ante for every man out there: fight or run? And if you took the latter option, be prepared to face the wrath of anyone you’ve tried to impress. This Flow Chart from our friends at College Humour poses the question: who could you beat up?, and answers it with typical wry aplomb. Read on for more.
Americans have a peculiar relationship with Girl Scout Cookies (and an even more peculiar relationship with Girl Scouts, but that’s another post altogether). This list of truthful Girl Scout Cookies by our friends at College Humor is packed full calories. Of the humorous kind, of course.
Flowchart or Flowchat, that is the question. Or at least, it is in the mind of College Humor’s resident humorist, Caldwell Tanner, who has created the ultimate guide to navigating this increasingly murky social conundrum.
Yes, we’ve all been there: the chinese food from last week that still looks edible amongst the bare surrounds of an empty fridge. But really, we shouldn’t. Just let it be. Or College Humor will expose you!
Sometimes the truth is more bizarre than fantasy. Well, in Caldwell Tanner’s imagination anyway. Read the panel below to find the answer to the greatest mystery since Harold Holt took a swim and never came back.
Remember those days when eating candy bars meant nothing more than stuffing your face with delectable, delightful chocolate? No guilt; no shame. Just innocent childhood adoration. Well, those days are gone, and we have the evidence to prove it. [via College Humor]
Our friends at College Humor have done it again with a Caldwell Tanner penned homage to the Internet, if it were left in the hands of, err, how should we put it, the agedly challenged. Don’t worry. We’ll all be there soon.