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Just What You've Always Wanted

Female Comedians Campaign For More Dongs on HBO [VIDEO]

If you watch Game of Thrones you know HBO loves their female nudity. But male nudity? Not so much. A selection of HBO’s female viewers speak out on this inequality in a hilarious video titled “HBO Should Show Dongs.” One of my favorite bits: “For every topless background extra, every actress that bears her bouncies but doesn’t even get a line, every minute we have to sit through this dumb double-standard, you owe us an inch of grade-A man meat.”


Slightly NSFW for blurred out boobs ‘n’ bits.

(The Jane Dough)

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Thing That Might Have to Exist

Daria Movie Starring Aubrey Plaza Is Not A Real Thing: What Sort Of Sick Sad World Is This?

La la la la la… La la la la la…

She’s back– College Humor released this fake movie trailer for Daria: High School Reunion starring deadpan darling Aubrey Plaza. A while ago there were some rumors floating around of Plaza actually playing Daria in a live-action movie, but nothing ever came of it. Now that she’s in this trailer, we wish something had! Check it out and get your nostalgia on.

(via Flavorwire)


Today in things that make us scream incoherently

So, The Back Cover Ad on Batman This Month Is a “Fake Geek Girl” Joke

You might be forgiven for not noticing any ads in Scott Snyder’s Batman #13, since the story is riveting, horrifying, and kicks off the first major appearance of the Joker in the New 52. In fact, until David Willis of Shortpacked pointed it out on his tumblr, I didn’t even notice that the back cover ad on this issue was different from the back cover ad of the three other DC comics books I picked up this week. Which is unusual, since the way ads in comics usually work is that they are the same across all of a publisher’s titles in a given month, right down to page placement. So what’s the ad hiding behind that die cut cover of the Joker’s horrifying new face?


Elsewhere on the internet

Watch as Batman’s Short-Term Memory Loss Gets In The Way Of His Crime-fighting [Video]

Batman might be the World’s Greatest Detective, but he sure has a horrible case of short-term memory loss! We know you were all hoping for another Dark Knight Rises clip to get you pumped for Friday, but we thought we’d end today with this bit of College Humor silliness instead. Watch as Batman makes a total fool of himself in this reenactment of Two-Face’s spree of terror in The Dark Knight!

(via College Humor.)

It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

What if the Founding Fathers Signed Their Emails Like Us Modern Folk?

Oh, us modern people and our strange technological ways. On this very American of days, we thought we’d look back on a much simpler time, technology-wise. Well, kind of. It’s more like a warped alternate universe in which the founding fathers had the same obsessed with fonts and cat videos as a lot of people on the internet do. It also begs the question: What would our history be if John Adams had more access to glitter?

(via How to Geek)


I Want to Believe

Another Day, Another Dora the Explorer Action Movie

Remember that…M for mature, to say the least, live action Dora The Explorer spoof? In the same spirit of corrupting the childhoods of children everywhere, College Humor has gifted the world with a trailer for the live action thriller  Dora The Explorer: The Search For The Infinity Orb. File this under movies we sort of totally wish were real. Ariel Winter, know as Alex Dunphy on the ABC comedy Modern Family, plays Dora. If only all children’s TV shows were this cool.

(via Laughing Squid.)

i'll just leave this here

Batman: Good At Fighting Crime, Awful at Lying [VIDEO]

For the amount of time Batman spends disguised and cleaning up crime in Gotham, he’s pretty darn bad at lying about it. Check out Pete Holmes as he parodies Batman: The Dark Knight for Front Page Films, the same folks that brought us the Batman Perfecting His Voice and If Batman Were Terrible With Riddles videos! Oh Batman, you’ve dug your hole of lies so deep not even you could grapple gun out of it.

(via College Humor.)

Just Go With It

I Think I’ve Played This Doctor Who RPG, No Wait, I Just Lived Through It [VIDEO]

So far, the Matt Smith era of Doctor Who has been a huge hit, both in the U.K. and the U.S. but some long-time fans of the sci-fi series are of the mind that his have been some of the most confusing seasons ever. To show us why, College Humor have put together another one of their fantastic RPG-style videos (you may remember their Battlestar Galactica one). Check it out after the jump! 


Thing That Might Have to Exist

Hunger Games Meets Girl Talk For Dating & Death!

I must make a slight amendment to that category. It should read: THINGS THAT MUST EXIST NAO! Like, totally! The 1988 classic board game, Girl Talk, is improved upon by College Humor in this video. Why just talk about boys, make-up, and dating when you can talk about boys, make-up, and dating while also trying to avoid being murdered by your fellow tributes? And yes, it’s called The Hunger Games Game, and we can imagine the tweens in the Capitol playing it right now. We can also imagine ourselves playing it: Right. Now. Also, one or more of us may still own Girl Talk or a Girl Talk-type telephone. You can guess but I’m never telling. Unless I draw the truth card.

(via HuffPost Women)



You Can Experience Battlestar Galactica In 4 Minutes Thanks To This 16-Bit Version

This 16-bit video game Battlestar Galactica parody by College Humor is pretty spot on when it comes to summing up the entire series. It also does a really good job of spoiling the entire series. Nods to both the classic and relaunch series ahead.