With more than 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) Nice Peter, "Bald Guy."
Streamy Award-winner Peter Shukoff has finally come to the realization that he's losing his hair, so he wrote a song about it. He's looked at other options, but he was afraid of the side effects. Bruce Willis and Capt. Picard are both bald and hot, so he accepts his new role as a bald guy as he gets the last of his hair shaved off.
2) Devin Graham, "Flyboard - Coolest Water Jet Pack Ever!"
A lucky group of people got the chance to release their inner-dolphin with an assortment of dives, flips, and tricks with the help of a water jet pack. Even the people out of the water are having a good time.
3) FoundItem, "Pizza On Film (Supercut)"
Hollywood sure loves its pizza. Dozens of movie characters over the years mention, order, and devour the cheesy masterpiece, and FoundItem sliced most of them into one mouth-watering supercut.
4) Ronnie Street Stunts, "Winter Free Running - Ice Parkour"
Parkour isn't just a sunny weather sport. Faced with a snowy city, professional freerunner Ronnie Shalvis still moves efficiently on an ice rink and ground with flips, rolls, and jumps through the snow.
5) minutephysics, "What Is The Universe?"
The universe usually means everything, but minutephysics' Henry Reich ponders whether that includes the things we aren't sure of (like the future), and the things that we just aren't aware of yet—or may be too far away to have reached Earth.
Photo via nicepeter/YouTube
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