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With over 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) The Bilderbergers, "Amazon Yesterday Shipping"

Receive tomorrow’s Amazon orders yesterday. It's so crazy that it just may be the best idea anyone's ever had. Introducing Amazon Yesterday Shipping, the most realistic way to shop.

2) KKPalmer1000, "Countdown (Snuggie Version)"

The only person more fit to handle Beyoncé's "Countdown" than the Queen B herself? This detail-oriented Asian guy, whose Snuggie-friendly comparison of Mrs. Carter's music video and his own rendition reveals that he's got a future in the choreography game.

3) Geek and Sundry, Written by a Kid, Ep. 1, "Scary Smash"

5-year-old Brett tells the sad, sad story of a monster, a milk truck, and a superhero SWAT team led by a guy named Gerald. Starring Dave Foley, Joss Whedon, and Kate Micucci, this one's like one of those episodes from your wildest, Nyquil-induced dreams.

4) Scott McFly, "One Step a Day—Time Lapse Journey"

Bahama resident Scott McFly woke up one morning and took a picture of himself in bed. The next day, he took a photo of himself getting out of bed. Then, he took one of his first step onto the floor. The project continued for a full year—365 days in the life of Scott McFly, from March 2011 to March 2012.

5) Kingsley, "Overexposed: YOLO"

Look, of course Kingsley's sick of "YOLO." He was sick of "YOLO" before it started, just like the college blogger is of every popular saying out there in this world. That doesn't mean he's not the funniest person possible to harp on the overused phrase. You only live once, right? Tell it to Kingsley.


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