Nov 112015
How Facebook Is Stealing Billions Of Views

It wasn’t that long ago when YouTube was the king of the video world online. But now, Facebook has quickly become one of the Web’s top video sites. The thing is, most videos posted on Facebook are just copies of YouTube videos. Content creators on YouTube are getting screwed, while popular Facebook pages steal their videos and upload them as their own, rarely linking to the original. Kurzgesagt explains the tense situation in this new clip which ironically will probably end on uploaded to Facebook sooner or later. 


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Jul 162015
If People Said Happy Birthday Like They Do On Facebook

It wasn’t that long ago when people had to actually remember the dates of their friends’ birthdays. But now, thanks to Facebook, that’s just a thing of the past. When it is someone’s birthday, people usually post the a couple different versions of the same happy birthday greeting on their wall. But what if this took place in real life? It might look something like this sketch by the folks at College Humor.


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Apr 302015
If Facebook Got Rid of Everything You Hate

Facebook is a funny place. It’s the world’s most popular social network, and we all use it on a daily basis. But strangely, even though we are all addicted to Facebook, most people seem to hate it as well. It’s a serious love-hate relationship. 

So College Humor got to thinking and put together what Facebook would look like if they got rid of everything we hate


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Mar 252015
If People Left Parties Like They Leave Facebook

There are over one billion users on Facebook, the world’s largest social network. Years ago, Facebook was the cool and hip network for only college kids. Now it is as ubiquitous as email filled with grandmas and businesses. Facebook has become the opposite of cool.

For some reason, people seem to always make a big fuss about leaving Facebook. When they finally do, they tend to make a large post explaining that they’ve had enough. College Humor pokes fun at all those people in this new sketch, titled If People Left Parties Like They Leave Facebook. 

The irony is that most users just ignore these final posts of farewell. We know you’ll be back anyways. 


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Jan 232015
Facebook Stalking Your Successful Friends Music Video

Is there anything more depressing than getting lost on Facebook, sifting through all of your successful friends’ pages? You’ll stumble upon a picture of their new house, and before your know it, it’s 5 AM and you’re a miserable, jealous mess. Comedian Pat Regan sings about this Internet phenomenon in this hilariously true College Humor music video. 


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