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) scottdw, “Fruit Ninja in Real Life to Dubstep!”
A lifetime of training has led to the ultimate test for one young ninja. Faced with a never-ending assault of fruit, he must cut his enemy down with dubstep in the background for inspiration in this IRL version of the popular smartphone game Fruit Ninja.
2) CorridorDigital, “The Glitch”
Many of our favorite video games are filled with glitches, and instead of resetting the game, one soldier decides to rescue his rifle, threatening the very existence of every video game character.
3) teddiefilms, “The Walking Dumb”
It’s hard to get by without getting killed in the zombie apocalypse. The walkers have put out their own PSA to parody the Melbourne Metro train PSA with a list of ways not to get killed by Rick Grimes and the gang.
4) allegiancebway, “Fifty Shades of Takei”
George Takei took a leaf out of Gilbert Gottfried’s book and recorded a promotion for Fifty Shades of Grey and can’t help but put in his own commentary as he reads some of raunchier excerpts. Oh myyy!
5) KirillWasHereCom, “Top 10 Champagne Facials in Slow-Motion”
Kirill Bichutsky celebrated the end of 2012 with a holiday party, and what other way for the man behind Champagne Facials to ring in a new year but feature a series of girls receiving champagne facials in slow-motion?
Photo via scottdw/YouTube
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