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The first (and maybe last, depending on sales) anthology of the hugely popular website CollegeHumor.com!
Since 1999, CollegeHumor.com has been home to some of the best comedy online. From its humble, dorm room origins, CollegeHumor has grown to attract over ten million monthly visitors, making it far more popular than any magazine except the one published by the AARP (different demographic). It employs dozens of young comedy writers and performers who, having grown tired of competing with online pornography, have agreed to commit their work to paper in this book.
CollegeHumor. The Website. The Book. compiles the staffandrsquo;s favorite articles from the first decade of the siteandrsquo;s existence, plunging the depths of the archive to bring you the very best of the very funny, including such favorites as:
- Great Historical Pickup Lines
- Honest Cyber Sex
- Where I Hide My Porn
- The Riddler Gets Lazy
- Instant Messaging with Mom
- Introducing Google Smartassand#160;
And hundreds more that donandrsquo;t have catchy enough titles for the back cover!and#160;
The first anthology of the hugely popular website CollegeHumor.com, gathering its best pieces in honor of the siteand#8217;s 10th anniversary
Since its early 2000 creation in a college dorm room by two longtime friends, CollegeHumor now employs more than a dozen young comedy writers and produces some of the greatest comedy on the web. The founders have also outgrown the campus: In 2007 the site began making original videos by casting the editorial staff as actors and writers. The videos have since become among the most watched on the Internet, with more than 1 billion views on the site and an additional 30 million views a month on YouTube.
CollegeHumor. The Website. The Book. compiles the cream of the crop from thousands of items published during this iconic websites first decade and includes a number of unpublished articles from the archives.
About the Author
and#160;is a comedian who currently resides in New York, where he is a senior writer at CollegeHumor.com. He co-authored The CollegeHumor Guide
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