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A twenty-second clip of someone ending a livestream they mistakenly left running sounds boring as hell—who would want to watch that? But when it's Snoop Dogg doing something (anything, really), the rules on what makes for good content go out the window. Snoop's effortless charm makes even the most mundane gaffs worth watching. 

Also…Snoop Dogg is a streamer?

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Borrowing the distinct style and comedy of Joel Haver, YouTuber Goat-on-a-Stick shows off their animation chops with this pastiche of Haver's hilarious series that imagines video game logic from the NPC's perspective. In this gem, NPCs react to the main character going through a speedrun test within a fictional game. The comedic timing is so spot on. 

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It's been over a year of social distancing, global pandemic, isolation, uncertainty, doom, depression and just straight up bad times. But since more and more people are getting vaccinated, cities are slowly 'opening up,' which means we're all going to have to figure out how to socialize like normal humans again. In this satirical video, YouTuber Nick Smith hilariously imagines what every conversation for the next few months will be like. Instead of small talk about the weather, we're all going to be trading banal clichés about vaccines, working from home and what a 'crazy time' it is right now. Hey, we've got to start somewhere. 

Via Cracked
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The 2021 Mortal Kombat was pretty cool (like Sub-Zero level cool), but what if it was even MORE cool (like Sub-Zero level cool!?). A Script Doctor and his assistant offer a few solutions presented through animated story board animatics! SUBSCRIBE HERE!

Via higbogg
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There are millions of proposal videos out there that showcase some of the most insane ideas from madlads who have a taste for spectacle. @higbogg had a pretty subtle approach and decided to stick the engagement ring into a KFC biscuit because...why not? We're glad he captured the moment on TikTok because his girlfriend's reaction was absolutely priceless. The video has gone so viral that even KFC has congratulated the couple. Who knows, maybe this was all just a ploy to get KFC to cater their wedding. 

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Many critics out there seem to think online gaming is all about extreme violence and yelling profanity at strangers. Sure, sometimes it can get ugly, but once in a while gamers can share an unexpectedly wholesome moment together in the middle of virtual warfare, and this video clip is a great example of that. After a DayZ crew captures another player, they give the hostage a chance to win them over with a song. The captured gamer unexpectedly busts out a guitar and sings Hang Me, Oh Hang Me with some impressive pipes. Needless to say, the captors are moved enough to free their hostage—they even manage to do a little digital dance during the performance. Gotta love a surprisingly touching moment within a notoriously brutal game. 

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The all-time dumbest and funniest marriage-ruining answers on Family Feud, according to host Steve Harvey. Poor one out for these poor spouses and try not to cringe while watching. 

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Somewhere in Lithuania, a rollercoaster car got stuck at a peak. But using the power of momentum, the passengers were able to unstuck themselves by rocking back and forth in unison. Sounds pretty straightforward, but someone set the clip to the tune of 'What is Love,' which makes the video a million times more hilarious.

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'Angry IKEA Guy' Roasts Customers And Becomes Internet Hero

Scott Seiss is the young comedian behind the 'Angry IKEA Guy'—a hilarious TikTok sensation that carried over to Twitter and went viral. Seiss' comedic customer roasts are equally hilarious and relatable, especially for anyone who's had a taste of retail hell. But the accessibility of Seiss' humor isn't just limited to the average retail employee—apparently, even the rich and famous can appreciate jokes by and for the modest worker. Big-name comedians such as Patton Oswald and Jim Gaffigan retweeted Seiss' videos, and even director Peyton Reed chimed in with approval. Who knows, maybe someday the Angry IKEA Guy will be working in a writers room for Marvel. Until then, we'll gladly watch anything Scott Seiss puts out into the world.

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Via hanz
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Sometimes the internet rules. Remember that scene in The Matrix where Neo and Agent Smith are having that epic fight in the subway, and then Neo hits Smith with that iconic finger-punch move in the throat? Well if you've ever wondered what that scene would be like with way more of that special move, wonder no more, because an angel re-edited the scene to bring us this gift of comedy gold. 

Via Sam Ross
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Who says you need instruments to make music? If you listen closely to your surroundings, the mechanical clanks and clamor of the city are like an urban symphony. Composer and jazz pianist Sam Ross was inspired by an old YouTube video of a noisy AC window unit that sounded like a free jazz drum solo and took it upon himself to elevate the jam with some funky piano and a full backing band. The result is truly epic. 

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The Urban Rescue Ranch posts a lot of videos on YouTube that document life on backyard animal sanctuary. Sounds pretty cute, but sometimes it can get rough and dirty. This hilarious video introduces Karen and Kevin—two adorable rheas with vastly different aggression levels. Kevin repeatedly comes after Ben the farmer like a rabid Big Bird. But luckily Ben knows what he's doing and deflects most of Kevin's attacks with some light bonks. Keep up the good work, Ben. 

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Maybe it's time to start taking YouTubers with niche specialty skills a little more seriously. It might be frustrating for the seasoned professional or college professor whenever clients and students turn to YouTube for that quick knowledge, but hey, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em, am I right? Maybe this locksmith should have expanded his repertoire of lock-related skills by dabbling in a bit of YouTube rather than scorning lockpickers who generously share their knowledge on the platform. Watch this satisfying video of the legendary LockPicking Lawyer totally owning a nonbeliever. 

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We humans love creating epic fantasy worlds in cinema, literature and video games to help us escape the monotony of our daily lives, but what would it look like if reality was flipped? In this clever video, animator Joel Haver imagines a world in which fantasy characters from another realm make movies about our boring human reality. The scene is straight up hilarious and surprisingly relatable. 

Via Korn
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If you were craving a bit of nostalgia today, here's a friendly reminder that in 2005, Lil' Jon, Xzibit, Snoop Dogg and David Banner appeared in the official video for KoRn's 'Twisted Transistor' and performed as frontman Jonathan Davis, bassist Fieldy, guitarist Munky and drummer David Silveria, respectively. Even several years later, the video is still incredibly epic, especially considering the climate of the music video industry at the time (when artists generally abided by the aesthetic expectations that came with their chosen genres). You could say bringing hip-hop stars into a nu-metal context was pretty ahead of its time.

Via Cracked
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Star Wars "Legends" content has always been pretty variable in quality, but we're not interested in the safe stuff like Thrawn or Mara Jade—we're talkin' Luke seducing multiple dead girls, Leia trying to delay puberty through dance, and Jedi masters named after, uh, self love. This is Canonball.