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YouTube Guide: Average Party

What if the parties in teen comedy flicks were just like the parties you go to in real life?


Michelle Jaworski

Internet Culture

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) Woodhead Entertainment 2, “Average Party: Official Trailer”

Evan is peer-pressured into hosting “that one big party that can change your life,” but unlike in other high school movies, things don’t spiral out of control. It’s pretty much almost every party you’ve ever gone to: the water’s too cold, the party ends early, and the neighbor is under the impression that it’s a guy’s night.

2) Devin Graham, “Insane Trick Show – Supertramp style with Dude Perfect”

Devin Graham teamed up with the guys from Dude Perfect, and they’re still up to their old tricks as they shoot a basketball around the Texas Motor Speedway into a moving car driven by a guy in a panda costume and even into a hoop held up by floating balloons.

3) Chad Neidt, “The Beatles in a Minute”

Some of the songs by the Beatles are just over two minutes in length, but how many of them can Chad Neidt cram into one minute? With the help of beatboxer Bronkar Lee, they jam to 22 of the Fab Four’s biggest hits.

4) AVbyte, “Google Is Your Friend – GIYF The Musical!”

No matter what stupid question you have on your mind, all it takes is to ask your friend Google to find out whatever you need. You’ll get your answer (and, even better, you won’t be judged for asking).

5) OneMinuteGalactica, “Star Wars Rock – Interjections”

With all of the drama, tension, and craziness happening on the Millennium Falcon, it doubles as a perfect excuse for Luke, Leia, and Han Solo to give us a grammar lesson Schoolhouse Rock-style.

Photo via WoodheadEnt2/YouTube

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