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) NOC, "Every Fan of the Super Bowl in 200 Seconds!"
Every Super Bowl has had its fair share of winners and losers, so the NOC captured the moment upon victory (or defeat) for every big game since Vince Lombardi's Green Bay Packers dominated the game.
2) Matthiasiam, "99¢ Store Will Kill You"
You might save money every time you choose the 99 Cent Store over your local Dollar Store, but if your energy drink says "death" on the can and your tissues disintegrate in your hands, it might be worth it to spend that extra penny.
3) Chad Neidt, "My Team Missed the Super Bowl (Oh no) Song"
If you didn’t support the Ravens or the 49ers during the NFL’s regular season, this is probably your new theme song. It's vague enough to apply to any football team and angsty enough to get out any frustration you have towards your team before the big team Sunday.
4) AsapSCIENCE, "Brain Tricks - This Is How Your Brain Works"
Through a series of brain tricks and illusions, the guys of AsapSCIENCE are able to demonstrate just how our brain works when it processes information through fast and slow thinking (e.g. reading someone's body language versus a multiplication problem).
5) UCBComedy, "NFL Ultimate Fan Experience"
Morgan Freeman narrates as he explains how superfans of the NFL are finally able to become part of the game. For the first time, fans can "give their all" donate limbs, ligaments, and organs to their favorite player.
Photo via The NOC/YouTube
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