The Best Internet Comedy Videos of 2012

This is some funny sh*t (YouTube)

This is some funny sh*t (YouTube)

Comedy, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. Also the ears of the beholder, unless you are a mime comedian, in which case please leave, we have no money for oxymorons.

That being said, these are the definitive funniest web videos of 2012, and we are 100% correct in our analysis. Don’t even bother telling us we’re wrong…we’ll be too busy cracking up at the funniest videos to respond.

College Humor: Gay Men Will Marry Your Girlfriends

Fair warning: Keep being bigoted, and see what happens. “We will go to the gym with her and then after we’ll get Pinkberry as a reward. That sounds like a great time to us.”

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