Happy to see that T.I. has an amazing sense of humor.

Damon Wayans, Jr. + Jake Johnson have the best bromance ever. 

collegehumor:

Help us Squash Malaria!: Malarious

We here at CollegeHumor believe that Malaria f*cking sucks. And in honor of World Mosquito Day, we wanted to do something about it. So we got 30 funny celebrity friends to come by and make some ridiculous videos. (People like Rainn Wilson, Nick Offerman, Joss Wheden, Brooklyn Decker, Reggie Watts. Aubrey Plaza, Ben Schwartz, and more.)

All you have to do to watch all 24 videos is make a donation to Malaria No More.  Even if it’s just a $1. Seriously, even donating $1 would directly help treat a child for Malaria. And that’s a pretty awesome way to kick off your week.

If it’s not in your means to donate, you can still help! Just throwing this post a reblog or tweeting #malarious can help us spread the world about telling this disease to go f*ck itself. 

[Malarious]

Hilarity for charity! 

Abby Elliott’s leaving SNL?! VH1 Celebrity's got 5 solid suggestions for replacements.

Abby Elliott’s leaving SNL?! VH1 Celebrity's got 5 solid suggestions for replacements.

rollingstone:

If you like to eat a “chickie chickie parm parm” as you drive around in your “go-go mobile,” you’re probably a fan of Tom Haverford, the suit-wearing, Jay-Z-quoting character played by Aziz Ansari on NBC’s Parks and Recreation.
“He wants to be Russell Simmons, but he’s too scared to go to a big city,” Ansari says in the new issue of Rolling Stone. “He’s doing stuff he sees rappers doing, and it’s not impressing anyone but himself, but he’s doing it. That’s really sweet and funny to me.” 
Check out the rest of our interview with Ansari, plus seven more new faces of comedy, on RollingStone.com.
—Eric Sundermann

rollingstone:

If you like to eat a “chickie chickie parm parm” as you drive around in your “go-go mobile,” you’re probably a fan of Tom Haverford, the suit-wearing, Jay-Z-quoting character played by Aziz Ansari on NBC’s Parks and Recreation.

“He wants to be Russell Simmons, but he’s too scared to go to a big city,” Ansari says in the new issue of Rolling Stone. “He’s doing stuff he sees rappers doing, and it’s not impressing anyone but himself, but he’s doing it. That’s really sweet and funny to me.” 

Check out the rest of our interview with Ansari, plus seven more new faces of comedy, on RollingStone.com.

—Eric Sundermann

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