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  1. Entertainment

    CollegeHumor’s First Feature Film, Coffee Town Only Releasing Through Online Distribution [Video]

    The upcoming film Coffee Town looks interesting, but more for its distribution model than its content. Coffee Town is CollegeHumor's first venture into the world of feature film, and they're exclusively using digital distribution and social media marketing. It's a risky strategy, but I think it's going to pay off for them.

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  2. Weird

    No, CollegeHumor, No! Bad CollegeHumor! Do Not Reward Stupidity

    Quick recap if you missed it last week: Henry Gribbohm lost his $2,600 life savings at a carnival game trying to win an Xbox. He did not win the Xbox, but he did win a giant banana. CollegeHumor offered to buy the banana off of him if they got 26,000 Facebook likes on their video. They did. CollegeHumor has purchased the banana from Gribbohm, and even gave him an Xbox. Sigh.

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  3. Weird

    Dear Bananaman, Here’s How Tubs of Fun Works and Why You Didn’t Win

    By now everyone should be familiar with the tragic tale of Henry Gribbohm who lost his $2,600 life savings trying to win an Xbox Kinect playing the carnival game Tubs of Fun. A lot of people could be wondering how Gribbohm lost so much money. The answer is simple and two-fold: 1) Gribbohm clearly doesn't know when to quit, and 2) the game is rigged. Here's how.

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  4. Weird

    The 7 Best Harlem Shake Videos the Internet’s Produced So Far

    The Harlem Shake phenomenon is still ongoing. We're only about a week into this thing, and there have already been a number of hilarious takes on the concept. The general idea is to take the first thirty seconds of "Harlem Shake" by Baauer, have one person dancing oddly while everyone else is acting normal, and then cut to the whole room exploding into motion at the first mention of "do the Harlem shake" ends. The end of the video must be a slower speed than the rest. Hit the jump to check out the seven best Harlem Shake videos the Internet's produced so far.

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  5. Tech

    Aspiring Tech Moguls: Talk in Jargon and You Will Succeed [Humor]

    Not everyone can be Mark Zuckerberg and pitch their billion-dollar idea to Peter Thiel, though the scores of imitators are becoming something of an epidemic. Watch as College Humor expertly reduces “startup guys” to a hilarious cultural stereotype, as they try to pitch their multiple companies, most of which were started somewhere between “15 seconds ago” and “20 minutes ago via Twitter.” >>>Video at Mogulite.

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  6. Entertainment

    What if Other Directors Helmed The Social Network? [Video]

    So, The Social Network released and almost everyone saw it because almost everyone uses Facebook when they should be doing productive things instead. CollegeHumor shows us what everyone's favorite movie about everyone's favorite time killer would be like under the direction of different directors. Would you watch a Michael Bay The Social Network? There'd be explosions.

    (CollegeHumor via The Daily What)

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  7. Gaming

    Jersey Shore RPG

    Between Jersey Shore RPG and Monday's Undercover Video Game Boss segment featuring Kefka, someone on CollegeHumor's animation team really, really likes the 16-bit Final Fantasy games. And I'm perfectly happy with that. (h/t THD)

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  8. Gaming

    Undercover Video Game Boss

    A parody of the BBC television series where an executive goes undercover in their own company to examine how their company actually runs, Undercover Boss, CollegeHumor shows us what happens when video game bosses go undercover as one of their own henchmen, attempting to do the hard work they expect out of their lowly subordinates.

    No more water in the water temple indeed. Amen.

    (CollegeHumor via The High Definite)

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  9. Tech

    Facebook Is Like a Needy, Slightly Annoying Cockatoo, but You Can’t Give It Up

    Prolific guy-who-draws stuff Caldwell Tanner has drawn a series of animal counterparts to popular websites, complete with information about maintenance (read, the amount of your time they suck up), entertainment value, and other proclivities. YouTube looks sorta like Kratos kitty. (CollegeHumor via TDW | Artist's page)

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