Apparently the only way to fight against a fascist anti-hit-music regime is with a hit song.

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) Kollektivet, "Hit Song"

Apparently the only way to fight against a fascist anti-hit-music regime is with a hit song, with lyrics full of self-aware references to the themes that appear in just about every popular song and music video out today.

2) James Farr, "The New Super Mario Busters 2"

The Super Mario Busters are back to fighting Boo and the other ghosts around the city after Baby Mario and Peach are kidnapped, and the Statue of Liberty gets involved when things get out of hand as it references Ghostbusters and classic video games.

3) HenriLeChatNoir, "'On Cat Food Boredom', Part 4 of 4"

It might be too late for Henri the Existential Cat to escape the boredom that comes with his food, but other cats shouldn't have to take it. Plus, you never know what a cat can get up to when forced to deal with all that boredom.

4) EpicTVadventure, "Unbelievable Wingsuit Cave Flight!"

Wearing just a wingsuit, BASE-jump athlete Alexander Polli jumps off a hovering helicopter and attempts to fly into a narrow cave opening in Spain's Roca Foradada Mountains.

5) Screen Junkies, "Honest Trailers - Harry Potter"

The Harry Potter series finally gets an honest look, and according to Screen Junkies, not a lot of things make sense about the Wizarding World. From everything Harry, Ron, Hermione, and the rest of the kids at Hogwarts have gone through over the years, it's a wonder how Hogwarts even stayed open.

Photo via KollektivetTV2/YouTube

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