Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you’ve probably heard of ChatRoulette.com. The premise behind ChatRoulette is so simple that it’s no wonder why so many individuals have been spending countless hours on the site – just log on, open a new game and let the insanity begin as your camera will instantly sync up with one of the tens of thousands of other available cameras and you will be face to face (or some other body part) with a stranger in no time. Our own rock comedian, “We Walked the Mile,” has collaborated with The Campus Socialite to produce the ChatRoulette anthem.
For more info on ChatRoulette.com check out The Campus Socialite’s past review of the site. “ChatRoulette.com: Think Russian Roulette Meets E-Harmony“
Seeing how it is Sunday and you are in a lazy mood and need a distraction from the upsetting reality that you are less than 24 hours away from the start of the work and school week, The Campus Socialite is here to offer you a pick me up in the form of some photographic hilarity. Put another week in the books and take a peek at some of the finest fails ever caught on camera.
The NCAA tournament is in full swing and by now the insanity of March is running rampant through campuses, stadiums, offices, homes, and bars throughout the nation. Often lost in the shuffle of the buzzer beaters, Cinderella stories, and bracketology is your sanity, however our friends at vitaminwater and their tourney spokesman Nick Swardson (Reno 911, Grandma’s Boy, Blades of Glory) are here to help you keep your shit together. Take a moment to soak up Nick’s “Mad Tips” as he highlights a few helpful, but admittedly ridiculous ways to maximize the madness of March.
South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker have to be high-fiving over Tiger Woods’s announcement that he’s returning to golf. Not because they’re big Tiger fans, but because the timing could hardly be better for their show’s season premiere.
The Comedy Central series will begin its 14th season tonight with an episode that animates Woods, David Letterman, Bill Clinton and others and asks why sex addiction is seemingly becoming an epidemic. The episode is called “Sexual Healing,” and in it, “The nation’s top scientists come together to put a stop to the recent phenomenon of rich, successful men who suddenly want to have sex with many, many women. After extensive testing, some of the fourth grade boys in South Park Elementary are diagnosed as sex addicts.”
A couple clips from the episode are below. The first one is pretty innocuous, with Cartman inserting himself into Woods’ famous apology from a few weeks back. Check it out and tune into South Park on Comedy Central tonight at 10 p.m. ET for what promises to be another classicly hilarious animated beatdown of some A-list celebrities and atheletes.
President Barack Obama won over the hearts of America with three simple words: “Yes we can.” San Francisco Giants starting pitcher and 2-time Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum is taking the nation by storm with both his smoking fastball and by smoking weed. Since being caught with Mary Jane and some paraphernalia in his car this past October, Tim is proving that there is such a thing as a functional pothead and has captivated sports fans and marijuana enthusiasts alike by living by the phrase: “Yes we cannabis.” Check out Timmy’s latest stoner move in the high-larious video after the jump.
I was recently watching an episode of Wheel of Fortune and the only thing more surprising than the ageless wonders known better as Vanna White’s perfectly shaped bosoms was the stupidity among the contestants. This trend is not exclusive only to Pat Sajak’s show as you will see below with some examples of unadulterated game show hilarity.
Brian Smith is a modern day Renaissance Man. A Jack of all trades, specializing in singing/songwriting, comedy, poetry, and the vaginal arts. Smith has captured the hearts and minds of audiences with “We Walked the Mile,” a rock/humor show which takes a page out of Adam Sandler and Tenacious D’s book by infusing comedy into music while producing a delight for the ears and funny bone. A self-proclaimed “Rock n Roll Comedy Artist,” Brian combines his musical prowess with some of his most intimate, hilarious, and often vulgar experiences to guide his fans on a fantastic voyage into the inappropriate unknown.
Smith’s hit single “Your Sister has Herpes… She Gave ’em to Me,” has caught the attention of thousands and his unique sound has spread across the nation much like the STDs he sings about. He has a knack for making taboo, off-limit topics seem strangely conventional as awkwardness and discomfort is tossed aside by his ridiculous lyrics. Take for instance Brian’s uncanny ability to shed some light on a typically private area – the vagina. His smash hit “I Love Vagina,” will keep you rolling with laughter as Brian is as comfortable singing about his junk or his favorite female love organ as 50 Cent is singing about gunfights and cocaine.
Canada is the brunt of many an international joke because for every great Canadian citizen they produce (i.e. Pamela Anderson, Mario Lemiuex, Leslie Nielsen), there are five shitty/annoying contributions to pop culture to overshadow them (i.e. Nickelback, Bryan Adams, Paul Shaffer, Alex Trebek, Celine Dion). Fortunately, one up-and-coming comedian is making his presence felt as not only a funnyman, but also an actor, rapper, musician, and Internet phenom. If he looks at all familiar to you, then you probably recognize Montreal’s Jon Lajoie from FX’s hit new comedy series, The League, but in addition to his work as the aloof, ladies man Taco, he also has become something of a YouTube sensation with hits including “Show Me Your Genitals” and “High as F**k.” Get to know some of Lajoie’s greatest hits after the jump.