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) Devin Graham, “Festival of Colors 2013”
Think the Color Run, but with less run and more color. Thousands gathered to celebrate the Festival of Colors, an Indian holiday that marks the arrival of spring, and there was plenty of color to go around.
2) Barely Political, “Tribute to Ridiculous Voices”
The guys behind “The Key of Awesome” teamed up with the musical talents of CDZA to perform a musical tribute to all of the singers out there who have ridiculous voices. The standards like Louis Armstrong and Bob Dylan are included, along with a few surprises.
3) Rhett and Link, “Funny Baby Panda Kiss”
For April Fools’ Day, Rhett and Link posted a video promising a baby panda, but when the preroll let you skip to the video, it just went to a different ad. And when you tried to skip the next ad, you ended up in a never-ending loop of ad prerolls. It’s every YouTube viewer’s worst nightmare!
4) Screen Junkies, “Honest Trailers – Jurassic Park”
The graphics still hold up after 20 years, but now it’s the next film to be needlessly converted to 3-D. The owner leaves his grandchildren with complete strangers brought in to handle the problems the product-placement-filled park poses.
5) ratedrr, “How many Peeps can a 50 cal go through?”
Now that Easter’s over, what are you going to do with all of those leftover Peeps and Cadbury Creme Eggs? It may be completely unnecessary to shoot them with a 50 cal. gun, but it looks incredible in slow-motion.
Photo via Devin Graham/YouTube