If I'm ever on tv, I want that exact same caption.View Picture ▶
Zoobooks is proud to introduce a new line of magazines featuring the world's most exotic human beings! Now you can finally read about all those humans whom you've never seen in real life, but you know must be out there. Somewhere.
They say dog owners tend to look like their dogs, which is creepy enough. But what if those dogs or the whole animal kingdom for that matter started to morph into us, their "owners" the human race? It would either be like a horror movie or a Pixar movie. Or maybe both: at once adorable, heartwarming, and deeply, deeply unsettling. It might look a little like this.View the Gallery ▶
CNN's use of the phrase "raising eyebrows" has been raising eyebrows over here at CollegeHumor. There's no news yet about why eyebrow raising is worthy of reporting on, or exactly how high the brows must be before being considered "raised," or why nonsense fluff, serious issues, and completely acceptable things are equally as likely to be met with "raised eyebrows," but we assume that CNN will eventually answer all these questions because their journalistic standards are higher than even our eyebrows.
Here's 20 things that CNN believes raise people's eyebrows.
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You have prayed and prayed and prayed to the internet gods, begging for a way to interact with GIFs. Well, faithful followers, your prayers have been answered. You'll just need some windex to clean the grime off your screen afterwards.View the Gallery ▶