College humor online dating
This series ended when Sarah Schneider left College Humor in November 2011.Sketches shot from the point-of-view of the main character, often voiced by Vincent Peone, College Humor's cinematographer.
Written by Patrick Cassels, Emily Axford, Adam Conover, Mike Trapp and Brian Murphy (amongst others), these sketches are designed to be more viral in nature than the site's other comedy content.The site features daily original comedy videos and articles created by its in-house writing and production team, in addition to user-submitted videos, pictures, articles and links.It was created by Josh Abramson and Ricky Van Veen.In early 2009, College Humor's editorial staff wrote and starred in their own TV show, The College Humor Show, on MTV.College Humor is operated by Electus Digital, which operates and in addition to College Humor.Thought you were too old to relate to Disney movies? In this College Humor video "Tinderella: A Modern Love Story," our darling Cinderella, who once donned a magnificent powder blue dress and was delightfully greeted by woodland creatures every morning, is now looking for love by mindlessly swiping away at the popular dating app, Tinder. Just maybe not the one you remember from watching the Disney classic as a kid.
While we all know Tinder is often used for one-night stands, even though the creator doesn't believe so, who would have thought that the innocent and gentle Cindy would be looking for someone to hook up with?
College Humor also occasionally holds photo-based contests for its users.
College Humor posts original writing from its staff and users, including humorous essays, comics, interviews and weekly columns on sports, video games, college life, and dating.
The site traffic averages approximately 10 million monthly unique visitors, according to Quantcast direct measurement.
Abramson said in an interview, "[We wanted to start] an advertisement-based business because at the time the advertising market was pretty hot and we’d seen other people develop Web sites that were popular making a lot of money." Their aim was to create a humor site that would appeal to the advertiser-friendly college-aged demographic.
A series of short sketches about two former CH writers, Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld, who often act out the odd couple act.