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) Garfunkel and Oates, "Pregnant Women are Smug"
Everybody knows it, but nobody's willing to say it: Pregnant women are smug. Fortunately, comedic songwriting duo Garfunkel & Oates are here to tell the world just how creepy, stuck up, and snobbish those pregnant friends really can be—complete with some pretty great synchronized breastfeeding.
2) Swoozie, "Textually Active"
"You know what's annoying? People who take hours to text back. Especially when they were the first people who hit you up first!" Deviant artist Swoozie details the greatest pet peeve in the text game: friends who go AWOL without being so kind as to offer a "TTYL."
3) Reckless Tortogua, "Bad Friends: Dragons"
"So you're telling me it's a coincidence that hundreds of people across thousands of cultures all talk about this magical, flying serpent, but that it's just a coincidence?"
"When I have my baby, I don't want you talking to him and brainwashing him with this bullish*t."
Every friendship is fueled by a little competitive fire. It's just usually a bit more rational than the topic of whether or not dragons exist.
4) Dude Perfect, "Epic YouTube Dodgeball"
Where can you find footage of all your favorite YouTubers getting together for a game of dodgeball? YouTube, of course. The trick-shot superheroes at Dude Perfect assembled WheezyWaiter, Josh Sundquist, Hayden Hillier-Smith, Bobby Jones, JR Jackson, Joey Cheek, Steven Roberts, and Hannah Hart for another rousing round of Future Olympic Sports.
5) Just New Productions, "Obama That I Used To Know"
"What began as a whisper has now swelled to a chorus that can not be ignored." Barack Obama said those words from the campaign trail four years ago. Now, they're the lead-in to the greatest Gotye parody track running: "Obama That I Used To Know," a Just New Productions protest starring singers Matthew Bohrer and Gabi Conti. Excellent integration of the Shephard Fairey "Hope" portrait, Just New. Impressive.
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