1: politically correct: 1. Of, relating to, or supporting broad social, political, and educational change, especially to redress historical injustices in matters such as race, class, gender, and sexual orientation
3: Eating can be enjoyable. Having special treatment makes life more enjoyable. "Americans with disabilities act"
4: Life isn't fair. Some people just lose. "Bully"
7: The holy grail of shitty beer. "The great crusade"
8: Quitters quit because they cant see themselves winning. But what if you fail at quitting? "Failure"
11: Catholic priests and bishops are sometimes pedophiles... but not always. "It's a trap"
13: Texting and driving is so 2010. "Another oblivious girl"
15: He should have pulled out. "Plan C"
16: What would you do if someone consistently pulled the focus off you during your birthday? "False prophet"
19: Being a life guard used to be about saving lives. Then Baywatch happened. "Too hip to give a shit"
21: It's about heritage. Not hate. "The south will rise again"
23: Sometimes you see someone hitch hiking and they look like they're dressed for some murdering. "Someone is getting lucky tonight"
25: Lumberjacks cut down trees. Hippies like trees. "Lumberjack one Sierra club zero"
26: Obama pissed off some republicans with costumes. They had some meetings. Fox News Channel decided wealthy American's wanting lower taxes was a new political movement. "The tea party"
28: Being good at Call of Duty is like masturbation. In the end you are only fucking yourself. "First person loser"
31: Why get your wife plastic surgery when you can get a plastic wife? "The perfect couple"
33: It says "kills spiders" right on the can. "Raid"
35: Just like flushing a goldfish down the toilet. "Dumpster baby"
37: Sometimes wiping is not an option. "Very important papers"
39: Staying in shape never felt so good. "Wristy"
40: My work examines the subject of humor through my eyes. Each image explores a subject or stereotype and has a title. The title plays a role in how each image is perceived and provides context. Humor and controversy have always gone together. Examining various topics from a perspective of humor is important, especially because we live in a world where there is oversensitivity to political correctness. The subjects I cover in my work are controversial and socially relevant. Most are derived from pop culture and have religious or political undertones. My goal is to get a rise out of the viewer and these controversial subjects allow me to do so. This work will be most relevant to a younger Western audience because many of the subjects addressed will have little or no meaning to an older or an international audience.
41: Jeff Colhoun