John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John bring back memories of Grease in "I Think You Might Like It."

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) John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, “I Think You Might Like It”

The Grease co-stars are finally reuniting, but this probably isn’t what people had in mind. The music video brings homage to the movie that made them stars with an old car and minor dance moves, and song’s the title only begs to be proven wrong.

2) FPSRussia, “Far Cry 3 Weaponry!”

If you’ve got about $20,000 to spare, you can easily purchase all of the weapons seen in the upcoming Far Cry 3. Guns and explosives enthusiast FPSRussia shows off his purchases by unloading a few rounds into life-size mannequins of characters from the game.

3) Eight Foot Manchild, “‘Humbug’ - The Christmas Carol Supercut”

No matter your favorite version film adaptation of A Christmas Carol, there’s bound to be a humbug or two to be had, and this supercut captures them all from 32 different Scrooges. Bah!

4) CGPGrey, “Can Texas Secede from the Union?”

Texas was one of the 20 states that petitioned for secession following the 2012 election, and some have previously voiced their wish to secede. However, C.G.P. Grey points out that the once-independent state won’t be able to leave the U.S. and become its own country unless the U.S. lets it.

5) pipocalVFX, “First Person Goomba”

In the eyes of the Goombas, Mario is enemy number one, and one unlucky Goomba sees his entire life flash before his eyes as the foot of the world’s most famous plumber draws near.

Photo via OliviaNewtonJohnVEVO/YouTube


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