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Ze Frank laments the sad, rough life of the domestic cat.

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) Ze Frank, "Sad Cat Diary"

Cats sure have a hard life. The authorities (a.k.a. humans) are a nasty bunch who normally dish out cruel and unusual punishment such as keeping the food bowl half-full, using only one hand for petting, and locking them outside the bedroom at night.

2) Rhett & Link, "YO MAMA BATTLE (of Compliments)"

It's a vocal smackdown...of compliments? Our mothers are normally the subject of terrible "yo mama" jokes amongst friends, but let's shower them with love and nice things instead this Mother's Day.

3) Guyism, "The Perfect Eyewitness Interview"

We've had our share of interesting interview subjects over the past couple years, but once you auto tune the sound bites the next logical step is to mash them together into one giant interview with just the right amount of sass.

4) Thomas Crenshaw, "Mythbusters 10th Anniversary Fan Video"

A couple of friends went through 10 years of explosions, bangs, crashes, bangs, and experiments to create a fitting tribute to the show that even the Mythbusters guys can appreciate.

5) cdza, "Wooing Women in Public"

If you need help to impress women even after getting some advice from a 10-year-old, try some music. A simple acoustic guitar won't do it. If you take a cue from cdza, you'll need your own portable band complete with an accordion, cello, and brass section.

Photo via zefrank1/YouTube

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