Tacos: for your health!

With more than 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it's physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. In YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) Pleated Jeans, "Ask Your Doctor About Tacos"

We know from SXSW that you love your tacos, but now you have another reason to love them. Touted as the latest cure for depression, they'll boost your mood (and they've even delicious!). You'll forget your troubles, and even the side effects aren't too terrible compared to other antidepressants.

2) cdza, "Hip Hop Shopping Spree"

These musicians go on a $56 million shopping spree by using the blatant product placement found in today's hip-hop songs, and end up with an assortment of electronics, high end fashion, accessories, booze, and transportation.

3) Mental Floss, "45 Odd Facts About U.S. Presidents"

There's a lot about our presidents that we just don't know about such as pet names, tales of being arrested, favorite sports, and who started what tradition, so John Green gives us 45 facts to hold us over.

4) Matthew Hussey, "Get The Guy: Kids Talk Dating Problems"

It must be tough being young and in love. Three schoolgirls discuss the finer points of dating as they examine each other's problems from cooties, to defining the relationship, to the friendzone as they wonder whether it might just be easier to become lesbians.

5) Somersby Cider, "The Somersby Store"

At this apple store you have the massive lines, docking systems, and a wireless connection, but they're not talking about electronics. This cider's set up in its own stations with Geniuses to assist you, and you can even use it outside in full sunlight.

Photo via pleatedjeans/YouTube

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