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YouTube Guide: “Russian vs. Snowmen”

One Russian is determined to beat the weather and take out the lingering snowmen and snow with as many grenade launchers, rifles, swords, and pyrotechnics as possible.

 

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. In YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) scottdw, “Russian vs. Snowmen”

Winter is officially over, so in order to welcome the new season in style, one Russian is determined to beat the weather and take out the lingering snowmen and snow with as many grenade launchers, rifles, swords, and pyrotechnics as possible.

2) Magic of Rahat, “Imaginary Friend Photo Prank”

They’re mostly known for pranking fast food drive-thru window workers, but now these pranksters are taking to fooling tourists in Hollywood by taking a photo with an “invisible friend” and switching the photos so that someone appears out of nowhere.

3) Devin Graham, “Cliff Jumping Hawaii – Proof”

Devin Graham has been busy lately, and this time his extensive travels took him to Hawaii where he followed a bunch of people to a couple of massive cliffs and captured their descent into the water

4) Criken2, “The Legend of Cage: Beneath the Mask”

If you’ve ever felt that there was a lack of Nicolas Cage in your video games, look no further. One YouTuber took Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and inserted Cage everywhere. He’s on Link’s shield, he’s a fairy, and he’s numerous other creatures in the game. You can’t go one minute without seeing him.

5) Screen Junkies, “Bill & Ted & Lincoln’s Excellent Adventure”

Bill and Ted are trying to rustle up historical figures for a school project when faced with flunking a class, but their trip to nab Daniel Day Lewis’s Abraham Lincoln turns into one big party as they help the president get the 13th Amendment ratified.

Photo via scottdw/YouTube

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