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GRAPH: How Much You Care vs. How Much It Actually Matters »

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Catbird Graph Will Blow Your Mind
Finally, I understand math.

Catbird Graph Will Blow Your Mind

Finally, I understand math.

Wanna just procrastinate tomorrow?
Finals Week Breakdown

Wanna just procrastinate tomorrow?

Finals Week Breakdown

The Deadly Cycle: Checking Your Email
How to achieve “Inbox 0” and likely lose your mind.

The Deadly Cycle: Checking Your Email

How to achieve “Inbox 0” and likely lose your mind.

Venn Candygram 
Don’t even ask about Skittles. NO ONE KNOWS. NO ONE 

Venn Candygram

Don’t even ask about Skittles. NO ONE KNOWS. NO ONE 

A lifetime of questionable decisions explained in 6 simple graphs.

Finish reading Your Fashion Decisions Through Life

This Graph Scientifically Explains How Your Life Will Change After Getting A Dog »

More Graphic Truth here 

What time do you show up?
What Time You Show Up to a Party And What That Means [Click to finish me off]

What time do you show up?

What Time You Show Up to a Party And What That Means [Click to finish me off]

Flowchart: Do You Want to Go Apple Picking?

Flowchart: Do You Want to Go Apple Picking?

Finish the Flowchart: Should You Get That Tattoo? [Click for thrilling end]

Spoiler alert: probably not.

The Official "Fun vs. Effort" Graph of Pets »
Should You Send That Dick Pic? [Click for the final answers]
It’s the question we’ve all been wondering.

Should You Send That Dick Pic? [Click for the final answers]

It’s the question we’ve all been wondering.

The Graphic Truth: The More Time You Spend on Twitter
RT RB if you get it.
The Graphic Truth is where the CollegeHumor staff attempt to explain the world around them with images. Why images? Because words are tedious and boring and much less colorful. And we like colors. Check out more of our graphic truths. 

The Graphic Truth: The More Time You Spend on Twitter

RT RB if you get it.

The Graphic Truth is where the CollegeHumor staff attempt to explain the world around them with images. Why images? Because words are tedious and boring and much less colorful. And we like colors. Check out more of our graphic truths

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