BY Samantha Albala
on Oct 01, 2014
College Humor needs to stop downplaying the greatness that is this music video! The new black and white short video titled, "Sexually Enlightened R&B Song," can and should be covered by John Legend in the near future (seriously John, this is me asking you to cover this song, please, please, please!). The song is performed by Phil Jackson, who says he will do his lady (played by Briana King) “socio-politically” right. Right on!
The confessions, admiration, and respect that this song shows for ladies everywhere is on point. And it only gets better with each line. Read More
BY Sonia Edwards
on Aug 22, 2014
Meow! It’s Friday! It’s been a long week, and you deserve something for all the hard work you’ve done. You’re awesome. And because you're so awesome, what better reward than a bunch of photos of cats standing on their hind legs? Believe me, you don’t know how important these are.
These photos sure do raise a lot of questions. For example, why are they standing up?? That's actually the only question, the answer to which we may never know for sure, but I think the beauty is in the mystery. These cats are beautiful and mysterious, just like you. Read More
BY Jackie Leahy
on Aug 22, 2014
On Tuesday August 26th at 7pm, nine famous comedians will raise money and awareness to help fight violence against women. Because DUH!
Hosted by the Gotham Comedy Club in NYC, the event is presented by comedian Dean Obeidallah and global human rights group, Breakthrough. Obeidallah will perform alongside Todd Barry, Ted Alexandro, Wali Collins, Dean Edwards, Rob Paravonian and Ritch Duncan, Adam Wade and Pete Dominick.
The event is almost sold out so buy a ticket (today!) and help these funny men take your money!!! This time, it's not just for laughs. Read More
BY Claire Filipek
on Aug 14, 2014
Yesterday I went to Hannah Hart’s book signing at the Housing Works Bookstore on a whim and had my mind blown. I’m honestly still picking up the pieces.
I first watched Hannah’s Youtube series “My Drunk Kitchen” in 2011, after just moving away from my parents for the first time to start college. I remember feeling so awkward and insecure as I tried to adjust to my new environment and all these new faces and names that all had already become a blur. Read More
BY Mary Rockcastle
on Jul 17, 2014
There’s a special place in my heart for comedy that is so true it hurts. We got a taste of it when Lizzy Caplan deadpanned through a magnificent bit about how men can be funny.
Now we’re getting it again with Feminist Bros, a new YouTube duo that voice their opinions on movies on the YouTube channel Citizen Radio. They’re so right on with their assessment of horror films that it’s impossible to watch without cracking a smile. Just to give you a sample, here’s a quote from their video about horror movies:
“Men can cry! I cry all the time. Read More