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) Daym Drops, "KFC Chicken Little Review"
Daym Drops leaked news the other day that he'd signed up with a development production company, but that doesn't mean his Super Official food reviews are reeling to take a backseat. This week, the affable Connecticut native bites into the KFC Chicken Little sandwich, which recently returned after 20 years off the grill.
2) Freddie Wong, Cardboard Need for Speed
YouTube celebrity turned thrillseeking daredevil Freddie Wong teams up with skateboarder Rob Dyrdek to cruise around this makeshift cardboard city on bumper cars, which is something that we'd all like to do.
3) JP Coakley, "Collective Soul Cat"
Ever heard a cat collaborate on the intro to Collective Soul's "Shine?" Girl Talk affiliate JP Coakley has—and it's pretty weird.
4) Hula Fantastica, "Hula Cam at Burning Man"
Filmmaker Rob Volkel attached a camera to a hula hoop and headed out to Burning Man, that festival in the desert where all the wackos build space stations for a week. The result: a whole lot of optimism, a harem of dancing girls, and just a little bit of NSFW. Proceed accordingly.
5) The Onion, "Sex House—Reunion"
"Sex House" started as a knockoff on our culture's mad-dash fascination with reality TV, but it ended up as a pretty good show—one about oversexed 20 somethings who couldn't find their way out. In classic reality show form, they've met for a reunion show to bring those good times back.
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