DAILY VIDEO: Financial tips for broke people
Everyone's feeling the pinch these days, and a lot of articles offering money advice often seem like they're talking to someone in a much more secure financial position than you. Bummer, right? Well, CollegeHumor is here to help with these creative and lucrative tips for the broke and desperate. For instance, health insurance is way more expensive than the tax penalty for not having health insurance. And dying is a great way to get out of your financial situation! Bet you didn't think about it...
Watch a mall Easter Bunny brawl with shoppers
Over the weekend, a man dressed as the Easter Bunny in a New Jersey mall became the center of a brawl that quickly spread on social media. The Newport Mall in Jersey City was the scene of a weekend brawl that broke out as customers were waiting to be photographed with the Easter Bunny.
Horse models three-piece suit before Cheltenham Festival
Veteran race horse Morestead upped the style stakes for this year's Cheltenham Festival by modelling the word's first Harris Tweed suit designed for a race horse. Complete with a flat cap and tie, Morestead wore the three-piece suit alongside champion jockey AP McCoy.
Daily Video: Stop it with the bailmitting, guys
Your shame now has a name. CollegeHumor has created a new word to add to your social vocabulary: bailmitting , a mashup of “bail” and “commit” for the act of accepting an invitation even though you know you have no intention of showing up. "Because they're emotionally stunted cowards who can't handle even the slightest whiff of confrontation, the invitee agrees," the video explains. As it goes on, the video starts to get really, really personal — guys, there’s bailing on drinks downtown, and...
DAILY VIDEO: Voters for Trump ad
The nice, hard-working "real Americans" in the ad just want a leader who tells it like it is, who's good at business and isn't part of the Washington establishment. But when the camera pulls back a bit on each one, there's something else about them and their support for Trump they're not saying.
4-year-old boy gets arm stuck in first vending machine he's ever seen
A 4-year-old Australian boy is relieved to be free after getting his arm stuck for six hours inside a vending machine. On Sunday, Leo Shorthouse reached insidea machine located in a hotel lobby in Melbourne and got his arm trapped by the machine’s anti-theft system. According to his father, it is the first time Leo has ever seen a vending machine and the child's curiosity got the best of him. "I don't think he's seen a vending machine before so he saw the Oreos, and some biscuits and a few...