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For when you need a fast funny joke.
Laugh along on a guided tour of history’s best-painted puns.
When things don’t go according to plan.
Don’t go in the water. It’s mostly just his tears.
The best-laid schemes of mice and men often end in handcuffs.
If you’re shocked that New Jersey housewives have their own reality TV show, you ain’t seen nothing.
These funny signs are proof: Bad translations can have hilarious consequences.
These real road signs clearly understand that it’s not the destination, it’s the journey.
If laughter keeps you young, then these cartoons may be the ticket to getting older gracefully.
The humorist provides a step-by-step guide to modern machismo.
Justice is blind, and sometimes a little dumb.
Houses of worship? Funnier than you thought.
They may sound absurd, but they’re all completely real—and shockingly common.
In 2015, Stephen Colbert will take David Letterman’s late-night spot and bring his flawless wit with him.
Let the best one win.
A professor pushes the limits of “in sickness and in health.”
Photographer Harry Whittier Frees (1879-1953) posed live cats, dogs, and piglets in tiny clothes and changed entertainment forever.
After 30 years, Letterman’s planning to go to bed early once he retires in 2015. Who should pick up the microphone?
Head-scratching decisions … Ludicrous power trips … Bizarre regulations … Of course we’re laughing at these guys!
To a civilian’s ear, these real military code names are hard to crack. But we tried anyway.