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Tosh.0's ASU Episode: Hot Chicks Eating Hot Things, Slip 'n Slides, and Mexican Frats (VIDEO)

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Comedian Daniel Tosh apparently had a wild and memorable time during his visit to Tempe and Arizona State University last week.

The ASU-centric episode of Tosh.0 aired last night on Comedy Central documenting his recent "Campus Invasion Tour" and was filled with some pretty funny bits. Over the course of the 30-minute episode, Tosh hung out with drinking co-eds, insulted ginger kids, attended a swim party at the dorms, got mooned by bros and covered with bodily fluids, and even joined a Mexican frat.

In other words, sounds like typical day in the life of an ASU student.

Hit the jump for clips of some of Tosh's best bits from last night.

Tosh tried compressing four years of college life into a single day, which included getting awoken by ASU's marching band, attending the most homoerotic pool party known to man, and dropping trou in front of an economics class ("Enjoy your stimulus package!").

And just for the hell of it, the comedian also tried jumping over Sparky the Sun Devil and the ASU cheerleading squad while on a Slip 'n' Slide for a "Tosh Is Better Than You" segment. And he did it naked.

Hotties from around the ASU campus were also challenged to eat a bunch of hot foods that most folks are too chicken to eat, including wasabi, Tabasco sauce, and habanero peppers. And while they were choking and retching in agony, Tosh was nice enough to compliment them ("You've got big boobs.")

Probably the most hilarious (or embarrassing) bit for ASU students was a highlight reel of Tosh's "Tweet and Greet," where an endless stream of Sun Devils insulted the comedian and tried to make him laugh. Best line: "There's a lot of chlamydia here, apparently."

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