With over 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it’s physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. But in YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.
1) Owen Weber, “The Charlie Brown School of Dance (Peanuts)”
Linus Van Pelt is all grown up, and he’s here to help you stop ruining everything with your dancing. At the Charlie Brown School of Dance, you’ll be able to learn some of the “hottest dance moves” that the Peanuts Gang made famous.
2) Pentatonix, “NSYNC Medley”
This a cappella group covers and blends five of the biggest hits made famous by the ‘90s boy band into one medley that any *NSYNC fan or ‘90s kid missing “the good old days” can sink their teeth into.
3) Google, “Zeitgeist 2012: Year in Review”
With just two weeks left in 2012, Google created a time capsule with the terms people searched most often and the biggest historic events, discoveries, milestones and stories to emerge during the past year.
4) The Warp Zone, “ONE RING”
With the help of One Direction, Frodo, Bilbo and Gollum duke it out for the One Ring the only way they know how. Gandalf and Sam Gamgee want to destroy it, but the Ringbearers have other plans in mind for it.
5) Matin Comedy, “The Dark Knight as a Romantic Comedy Trailer”
Bruce Wayne is your average single billionaire pining over a girl he can’t have, but in order for him to win Rachel’s heart he has to get past her fiancé and her ex-boyfriend when The Dark Knight is reimagined as a romantic comedy.
Photo via Owen Weber/YouTube
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