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Excuse Me Sir, That’s Not How You Use an Umbrella
The man who needs an instruction manual to put on socks.

Excuse Me Sir, That’s Not How You Use an Umbrella

The man who needs an instruction manual to put on socks.

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Sara Bareilles “Jersey Shore Christmas” Song

To the tune of Rihanna!

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Leaking Bathroom Ceiling Fixed with Umbrella
“Most college houses aren’t as sturdy as you’d hope. When the rain started to come down, the ceiling did too. Nothing’s worse than getting rained on when you’re trying to have a seat on your throne. This is how we dealt with it.”

Leaking Bathroom Ceiling Fixed with Umbrella

“Most college houses aren’t as sturdy as you’d hope. When the rain started to come down, the ceiling did too. Nothing’s worse than getting rained on when you’re trying to have a seat on your throne. This is how we dealt with it.”

(Source: College Humor)

"Well, at least I don’t need an umbrella."

"Well, at least I don’t need an umbrella."

(Source: College Humor)

Guy Walking through Flood with Umbrella
Gotta stay dry.

Guy Walking through Flood with Umbrella

Gotta stay dry.

(Source: College Humor)

Stupid Looking Bicycle Umbrella Invention


To be fair, it is great protection against sunlight and respect

20 Things You’ll Buy in the Fall (But Really Shouldn’t)

#14 - An Expensive Umbrella - This is the best umbrella ever. You love everything about this purchase.  Life is going your way. No rain can bring you down. You’ll jauntily  arrive at your destination the day you purchase this fine piece of human  innovation, drop it in the umbrella bucket at the front door, and never  see that umbrella again.

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20 Things You’ll Buy in the Fall (But Really Shouldn’t)

#14 - An Expensive Umbrella - This is the best umbrella ever. You love everything about this purchase. Life is going your way. No rain can bring you down. You’ll jauntily arrive at your destination the day you purchase this fine piece of human innovation, drop it in the umbrella bucket at the front door, and never see that umbrella again.

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(Source: College Humor)