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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) Comediva, “How the LOLcats Saved Christmas”

The famous poem “‘Twas Night Before Christmas” is retold through the eyes of an Internet darling as the LOLcats have to save Santa (and with it, Christmas) from the grasp of one Grumpy Cat.

2) Lance Ford, “Django Unchained & Blazing Saddles Movie Trailer Mashup!”

Grab your beans and take a seat. Lance Ford reimagines Django Unchained just in time for its U.S. release with a Mel Brooks classic, and this time Sheriff Bart and the Waco Kid are out for blood.

3) BuzzFeed Music, “‘Rolling in the Deep’ - Amazing Handbell Cover”

One New Jersey high school handbell ensemble puts their talent on display as they cover Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” using only handbells.

4) Roman Atwood, “Christmas Elf Prank - Scares and Cares”

A couple of pranksters dress up as elves and decide to mess around with people about town, but along with being naughty they show that they have a nice side as they hand out presents to young children.

5) DustFilmsOriginals, “Man Of Steel - Trailer (Homemade Version: Shot-For-Shot)”

You have to have a large budget or special effects to make a trailer anymore. A recreation of the most recent Superman teaser using lookalike actors, a bathtub, various voices for the score, and action figures show that the homemade touch can still bring excitement to a film.

Photo via Comediva/YouTube

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