Seth MacFarlane’s Oscar number “We Saw Your Boobs” gets a gender role reversal.
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) Kevin W. Gisi, “We Saw Your Boobs – Seth MacFarlane Oscar Parody”
Many people were up in arms after Seth MacFarlane’s song about breasts at the Oscars on Sunday, but quick to make it an equal genitalia opportunity, this ditty points out all the different times Hollywood stars showed their “junk” (and the times we were spared from seeing Ron Jeremy).
2) ERB, “Gandhi vs Martin Luther King Jr.”
Gandhi and King are both pacifists, so instead of their fists, these two civil rights activists are in a rap battle of wits. They both throw down fighting words, but while King tries to forgive Gandhi, the latter passively resists.
3) The Fine Brothers, “Kids React to The Beatles”
What better way to be grateful for the youth or make older folk weep for humanity than to show them footage of one of the most popular bands of all time? Some kids have full-on Beatlemania while others don’t see the appeal while they learn that fangirls have been around for generations.
4) The Grey Poupon, “Grey Poupon ‘The Lost Footage'”
The two gentlemen from the Grey Poupon commercial find themselves in a loaded gun car chase and golf club duel for the jar of dijon mustard. They end up in front of a Grey Poupon display, only for them to demonstrate that this is probably the first time they’ve entered a grocery store.
5) Ze Frank, “Tough Love”
These grumpy animals are disappointed in you. You don’t do the dishes, break your New Year’s resolutions, put up with a terrible boss, and constantly fail with your diet, so instead of motivation or useful advice, they’re just going to sit on their perches and give you tough love.
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