Break.com is one of the most popular humor sites on the web in part because of its huge number of contributors -- who can include pretty much anyone on the planet.
Below, we've picked out our ten favorite Colorado photos from the site, including two flipped birds, one full moon and a guest appearance from Jesus (Greenberg). Check them out below.
Number 10: Not feeling that Buffs spirit This shot is from a 2007 CU-Florida State game. You don't have to look at the score to guess who's behind. Number 9: Hot stuff The person who submitted this shot IDs its star as a bartender from Breckenridge who "almost blew me off my chair with 151 and a lighter." Make ours a double. Continue for more of the ten funniest Colorado photos on Break.com. Number 8: Scenic attraction The poster's comment about Miss Colorado 2011: "Nice mountains." Number 7: A cutting comment Presumably, this sign (seen in Durango) is directed toward pet owners. But betcha it gave plenty of girlfriends and wives some ideas.... Continue for more of the ten funniest Colorado photos on Break.com. Number 6: Good job of paralleling parking Not just a vehicle, but also a rail -- Telluride style. Number 5: The "S" is silent No doubt it was an out-of-towner who read the sign for South Natches in Denver as "Snatches." Or else a local with his mind on -- well, you can guess. Continue for more of the ten funniest Colorado photos on Break.com. Number 4: Another sign of the times Remember, drivers: Safety first. Number 3: Monkey business A resident of the Colorado Springs Zoo has obviously had just about enough of getting stared at all day. Continue for more of the ten funniest Colorado photos on Break.com. Number 2: What's the big deal about walking on water? "Jesus?" asks the title affixed to this snapshot. Yes, as it turns out -- Jesus Greenberg, a distant cousin of the submitter from Boulder. Naturally. Number 1: Chillin' According to this post, the poor guy seen here dangled upside down from a Vail chairlift for seven minutes before being rescued -- and before proving that old stereotype about shrinkage in the cold was absolutely true.
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