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Dartanion London spoofs Facebook's newest big announcement.

 

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) Dartanion London, "Facebook Phone - Leaked Promo"

Finally, Facebook is putting out the phone nobody ever wanted. In light of the big announcement, a number of Facebook designers wanted to talk more about it. You'll never get bored with the phone that's always changing, and they'll even filter your texts for you.

2) Official Comedy, "Mad Men Forever: Future Don Draper"

Times may have changed, but Don Draper's not going to let a little thing like age slow him down. He's still trying to charm potential clients after the '60s, and instead of the usual victory scotch, he celebrates with a line of cocaine.

3) rozroz, "A Man's Game of Thrones World"

The Land of Westeros may be a man's world, but those men wouldn't be anywhere without the women and girls in their lives. The James Brown tune paired off with the theme song to Game of Thrones actually works.

4) Matin Comedy, "Breaking Bad Meets The Office"

The folks behind Breaking Bad are changing things up for the final season. Since The Office is no longer using it, they reimagined the opening credits with more on the city of Albuquerque and the people who live there.

5) The Pet Collective, "Teenage Average Normal Turtles"

What would the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles be like if they had never encountered that glowing ooze in the sewer? Take out the ninja skills, the speed, and there's a good chance Splinter died of natural causes. Even more shocking: they don't eat pizza.

Photo via DartanionLondon/YouTube

 

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