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Cake Wishes Only the Worst to Departing Coworker
We also got cupcakes with individual swear words on them.

Cake Wishes Only the Worst to Departing Coworker

We also got cupcakes with individual swear words on them.

(Source: College Humor)

Ballymena Meats Requires Boners
Experience necessary? No problem there. 

Ballymena Meats Requires Boners

Experience necessary? No problem there. 

(Source: College Humor)

CollegeHumor Needs a Social Media/Community Intern

Alright Tumblr, we’ve found pretty amazing interns on here. Let’s see if you can keep it up.

We’re looking for some social media/community interns! It’s a small team, so you’ll be given a broad range of responsibilities and opportunities to get involved. Not one single coffee run is on your horizon. 

Responsibilities Include:

  • Daily cultivation of new CollegeHumor content for social media
  • Reporting on user engagement, response, CTR
  • Ownership of CH Intern Facebook Page
  • Growth strategy
  • Learning to express your emotions entirely in GIFs
  • Furthering CH community presence on discovery sites (Reddit, SU)
  • Community Engagement 

Intern Requirements:

  • Must be current college student and able to receive college credit
  • Be within commuting distance of NYC (Our office is located in Manhattan)
  • Be able to commit at least three days a week
  • Reliable and great work ethic
  • Winning personality, familiar with CollegeHumor, interest in comedy and unlimited free snacks


How to apply:
Send a polite cover letter and resume here 

Also please include a link to your tumblr/twitter so we don’t have to google you until we find it ourselves.

Fridays at Galweather: The Applicant

Clyde Oberholt (Ben Schwartz) and Doug Guggenheim (Josh Lawson) haze a man (Greg Tuculescu) applying for a management consultant position.

Work Sucks, I Know: Issue #70

My boss just sent me this skype message:
‘Oh that’s too bad. I always find that a dollop of that original source mint shower gel on each of her nipples does a treat.’

[Read more of this week’s best (worst) work stories]

(Source: College Humor)

Work Sucks, I Know: Issue #70

I used to work as an IT specialist at my high school. One time I went to fix a cd drive that “wouldn’t work”. I walked in, turned the CD to the correct side (so that the label was face up), and walked out without saying a word. The class laughed, the teacher called my boss to complain that I made her look like an idiot.

Sorry, but I think you did that yourself.

[Read more of this week’s best (worst) work stories]

(Source: College Humor)


The CollegeHumor family is hiring and we figured the Tumblr community is the best place to start looking.
We’re looking for an Assistant Editor of Jest.com.
You’ll work alongside the CollegeHumor and Jest editorial staff to collect and curate funny content. Responsibilities:
Write engaging headlines, descriptions, and keep fans engaged via social media
Discover and cultivate funny writers and manage a freelance payment system to keep them writing
Monitor Internet trends and viral videos, and organize them in meaningful ways
Qualifications:
An appreciation of comedy and pop culture, particularly on the Internet
Ability to write clearly and persuasively while also sneaking in some jokes
Already spending too much time on the Internet
Extremely detail-oriented, while working quickly and efficiently
1 + year writing experience preferred 
——————-
To apply, please submit a resume and short cover letter here.
We want to get to know you. So when you submit your resume, please include the following:
Your 5 favorite videos you saw online over the past six months
Your 5 favorite websites (hint: you should probably include us)
Anything you’ve done that will help convince us you’ve got a sense of humor (A link to your Tumblr or other blogs count!).

The CollegeHumor family is hiring and we figured the Tumblr community is the best place to start looking.

We’re looking for an Assistant Editor of Jest.com.

You’ll work alongside the CollegeHumor and Jest editorial staff to collect and curate funny content.
 
Responsibilities:

  • Write engaging headlines, descriptions, and keep fans engaged via social media
  • Discover and cultivate funny writers and manage a freelance payment system to keep them writing
  • Monitor Internet trends and viral videos, and organize them in meaningful ways

Qualifications:

  • An appreciation of comedy and pop culture, particularly on the Internet
  • Ability to write clearly and persuasively while also sneaking in some jokes
  • Already spending too much time on the Internet
  • Extremely detail-oriented, while working quickly and efficiently
  • 1 + year writing experience preferred 

——————-

To apply, please submit a resume and short cover letter here.

We want to get to know you. So when you submit your resume, please include the following:

  • Your 5 favorite videos you saw online over the past six months
  • Your 5 favorite websites (hint: you should probably include us)
  • Anything you’ve done that will help convince us you’ve got a sense of humor (A link to your Tumblr or other blogs count!).

For Christmas, my boss gave me a framed picture of his kid.

This weeks best stories from Work Sucks I Know #68

(Source: College Humor)

JOB ALERT: Assistant Illustrator Position at CollegeHumor! »

Job Interview - BEST OF BEN SCHWARTZ

We put together the ultimate playlist of our favorite Ben Schwartz.

[Click through to see the rest]

(Source: College Humor)

I work at a drive-thru starbucks, and yesterday, when there was no one in the store, a lady came in and asked where the drive-thru was. We pointed, and she promptly left the store, got in her car and came around the drive-thru.

4 Great Facebook Conversations

4 Great Facebook Conversations

(Source: College Humor)

Work Sucks, I Know: Issue #65

We do takeout orders at the restaurant I work at and the other night, a lady came in and picked up a meal around 11pm. The next day she called in to complain that her food didn’t taste good. The catch? She was “too drunk” to eat it when she picked it up and tried to eat it 4 hours later at 3am after leaving it sit out the entire time. My manager ended up giving her a refund just so she would stop calling the restaurant to complain about it.

Read more of this week’s best (worst) work stories

(Source: College Humor)

Work Sucks, I Know: Issue 63

As I turned 16 I decided to get a job at McDonald’s. During my first hour, I was asked to work in the back-room, as the guy in their was having some problems, I was told. It turned out the guy couldn’t read (not so much of a problem with that, I’m just setting a scene).


Anyway, after the hour I was sent to learn French Fries. The guy teaching me was an odd sort – mainly as he didn’t utter a word to me. After 10 minutes, I saw he drop something into the vat of fat, just out the corner of my eye. He then went on to reach INTO the bubbling hot fat to fish it out whatever it was that he dropped. 5 minutes of screaming followed, he then went to the hospital.


After that some one got electrocuted playing with a plug socket.

Keep reading this week’s best (worst) work stories.

(Source: College Humor)

Work Sucks, I Know: Issue 63

"A few weeks ago at the clothing store I work for, a woman came in demanding a refund for some destroyed-style jeans her daughter had purchased, which she claimed were damaged. I politely asked her if she could please point out the damage for me and hand me her receipt (which she didn’t have). She replied by asking me if I was “f*cking retarded” and motioned to the intentional rips down the front of the jeans."

Read more of this week’s best (worst) job stories

(Source: College Humor)