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The world has been warning of the dangers of the internet for years - and Black Mirror has basically made a killing doing the same. While we don't believe the internet is a benign force, this AOL advertisement from the early 2000's really hammers the whole "internet is bad" thing into viewers. Which is weird, because...AOL? 

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We love a good sibling bond, and this video of a sister and brother is definitely a testament to closeness. It takes some serious comfort to rip a fart of this magnitude, and for her brother to downright appreciate it. 

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Confession: We might like this Minecraft themed parody of Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road" more than the original and its viral remix. Don't tell Billy Ray Cyrus.

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Animals can be so ridiculous sometimes, and it's even better when we humans catch it on film. Now please enjoy this adorable saga of some cats guarding their territory from this little dog!

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Billy Joel meets the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Sign us up. As Friday's release of Avengers: Endgame creeps closer, this video of the surviving characters singing their own wordy version of "We Didn't Start The Fire" is exactly what we need to tide us over. Bonus? A sweet visual shout out to the dearly departed Stan Lee at the end. 

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Okay, so maybe having a home zoo with ducks and ferrets alike isn't a great idea, as this guy exemplifies. At least we get some entertainment out of it?

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If you've ever spent the weekend doing absolutely nothing and scrolling through social media, you've probably experienced FOMO. The "fear of missing out" seems to have gotten a lot more serious now that everyone and their mom is on social media posting about how amazing their lives are. But why do we get so sucked into this vibe? This video from Casually Explained really hits the nail on the head.

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There's a very special place where Slipknot fans and Spongebob Squarepants fans can both rejoice, and it's within this video of Corey Taylor performing the show's theme song for a crowd in London. This magical moment may have occurred a few years ago, but the feels really never get old.