User-Submitted Funny Videos

Amateur funny videos created by members of the Humor Times community!

To submit your own funny video (see guidelines below), post it to your YouTube video account (create one free) and use the link below to notify us. If we like it, we’ll post it!

Submit your video here!

Guidelines: We are looking for scripted videos, similar in style to the professional videos we feature on our other pages (links below). We will NOT accept “fail” videos or cute videos of your kid or pet, etc. While we’re sure your kid or pet video is the cutest, funniest thing ever, there are plenty of sites for those elsewhere. Thank you for understanding!

Please also visit our other fun video pages: Funny Videos, Political Humor Videos and the Funny Videos Wall of Fame.

User submitted funny videos

Tips on How to Make a Funny Video (from

Bored? Here’s an idea — make a funny video! But here’s the problem: you don’t have any good ideas that are funny. Read on, and you’ll be laughing with your friends in no time. Some people think that pain is funny. Others think that squeaky voices are funny. Some just think scary things are funny. Everyone has a different definition of funny. To make a video that appeals to everyone is completely impossible. You can’t make everyone who watches your video laugh, but you can try to make something that will appeal to at least someone!
  1. Create your crew and cast. You’ll need a cameraman, actors, a director, and a writer. The actors should be people familiar with comedy, or people who enjoy having a good laugh.
  2. Brainstorm your ideas. Pass them around and get some feedback from everyone involved. When you think you’re satisfied, go ahead and move on to the next step.
  3. Watch comedies that you like together. Be inspired by their ideas and scripts. Don’t copy, but learn what works and what doesn’t, as well as watching carefully for timing.
  4. Pick out your filming locations. Depending on the script, you can use simple places such as your own living room, kitchen, or even a hallway. However, if your script is more detailed and involves a lot of acting, you may want to choose a more scenic venue like a local park, a business part of town, or a spot with a view.
  5. Create your script. Everyone who is good with making jokes and writing can get involved in this step. Share the script around for improvements.
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