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) Marquese Scott, "Need Your Heart, Dubstep"
Street dancer Marquese Scott hosts a YouTube channel that's racked up more than 100 million views over 91 videos. His Tuesday post—a slow motion cut of the Tunisian-born dancer doing the robot to Protohype's remix of Adventure Club's "Need Your Heart"—shows exactly why: on YouTube, Scott's moves know no equal.
2) Dancers in Flight, "Runaway Fly Mob"
Flying across the Pacific Ocean to take part in Kanye West's 2012 Australian tour, a group of dancers launched a fly-by flash mob set to the tune of West's "Runaway." Choreographer Yemi A.D. captured the seven minute routine, which includes a hilarious bit of unintentional comedy in that poor bald man who just wants to get back to his seat.
3) Soul Pancake, "Remember being a kid?"
Candace lives in Ohio where it's admittedly "kind of boring," so she decided to spice up her life by channeling her former five-year-old self. First things first: get into costume. Then, meet a four-year-old at a playground and ride a swing set. Is it my idea of a good time? No, but then again, I don't live in Ohio.
4) U-Zoo, "5,000 Ducks go for a walk"
Chinese farmer Hong Minghsu likes to bring his animals along with him every time he heads out the house for a walk. Only difference is that his animals are ducks, and he has 5,00 of them. The result: a really cute story and a boatload of Chinese traffic jams.
5) Max Greenfeld, "Finding Susan Glenn"
Susan Glenn is a metaphor for the girl that got away, the one who rendered Max Greenfield speechless. For the next six weeks, Greenfield will do his damnedest to find this dream girl of his, despite his own undeniable issues keeping his head on straight.
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