CollegeHumor on Tumblr
CollegeHumor on Facebook
CollegeHumor on Twitter
CollegeHumor on YouTube
Jake and Amir
Trampolines are the Most Fun Way to Die
Fasting Contest (with Ben Schwartz)
Bleep Bloop: Harry Potter Wonderbook
Yay or Nay: Game of Thrones Season 3
The Angriest Traffic Sign in the World
Real Life Peter Griffin
Behold, Dog Kings and Queens
This Girl Quotes Biggie Smalls Yearbook Picture Using SCIENCE
The Graphic Truth
Ideas For The Next "Feminist Taylor Swift"
New Porn Site Features I Wish Existed
When Weddings Fall Into Lakes
The 10 Lamest Rap Brags
john mayer x prancercise
vending machine monkey
animals cant jump
Funny Pictures: art (Page 14)
The 9 Best Twin Quotes from Yearbooks
Nathan Fielder's Text Prank For Relationships
20 Birds Being Dicks
23 Photos from an Epic Night Out
13 Signs That Are Getting A Little Too Aggressive
BEST PICTURES OF THE WEEK (June 7, 2013)
12 Gangster Babies That Aren't Here to Mess Around
How the Internet Feels About the New Xbox One and PS4
Juggalos of OkCupid Are Here to Win Over Your Heart (Or Your Soul)
See more Galleries
Pilgrim Chair Girl. How far back does she go?!?
He kept going to the wrong castle.
Lettuce pray for our fallen brothers (submit your food art now!).
"I'm sorry Mr. Jenkins, but we have no idea where all the multi-colored post-its went (submit your post-it art!).
Say something! That's what I thought.
"Ohhh no, I can't believe I just ate all that food."(Please accept this as a tip, Ms. Waitress)
The teeth on the saw represent the struggle of Hello Kitty.
This is what happens when you grow up playing videogames. You seem little fat Italian men everywhere.
Son of Man
It's important to be cultured and take in great works of art.
An Eiffel Tower 2,500 years before the existence of the Eiffel Tower.
Now if only you could jump in and join.
Art School Shaming
This piece is called, "Screech and Lisa Turtle."
It's just a trick, there's actually a guy sticking his head through a hole in the table.
I identified the kung fu gland for extra credit.
She seems to have an invisible bike, yeah! -- Phil Collins
This is like if it was a concert, the order was flipped.
"This is what art majors do in 'regular' classes."
All great art comes from boredom.
This was ODB's final contribution, though he doesn't remember painting it.
The artist implies not only that his tightly compressed subject is so dynamic that it cannot be contained by it's frame, and that it is but a fragment of a constantly changing visual experience we call life.