The venerable CollegeHumor.com website earns laughs with user-generated content from all over the country -- including our own backyard. There are hundreds of Colorado items on the site, including lotsa photos of weird signs and people under the influence of weed...because that's what college is all about, right?
Look below to count down our ten favorite CollegeHumor.com pics.
Number 10: "The cops don't even stop me when I'm swerving anymore" Number 9: "Denver CO gets down, shouldn't you?" (Billboard is from Amendment 44, the 2006 marijuana legalization measure) Continue to keep counting down our ten funniest Colorado pics on CollegeHumor.com Number 8: "They must have traded her son" Number 7: "Jesus for Jews!" (and for corn dogs) Continue to keep counting down our ten funniest Colorado pics on CollegeHumor.com Number 6: "So much for the sanctity of memes" Number 5: "University of Denver v. North Dakota hockey" Continue to keep counting down our ten funniest Colorado pics on CollegeHumor.com Number 4: "There's a pretty good chance the Domino's staff thought of this idea while blitzed outta their skulls" Number 3: "Another great ad placement" Continue to keep counting down our ten funniest Colorado pics on CollegeHumor.com Number 2: "A calc lesson from CU Boulder" Number 1: "Gotta love New Year's in Denver (Shot taken New Year's morning 2004)"
More from our Lists & Weirdness archive: "Photos: You Know You're From Colorado When Tumblr top ten."
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