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YouTube Guide: What women really think about facial hair

She doesn't want a mouthful of beard when you kiss, fellas.


Michelle Jaworski

Internet Culture

Posted on Feb 15, 2013   Updated on Jun 2, 2021, 12:31 am CDT

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) Rhett & Link, “Kissing Your Face: What Women Really Think”

Men, such as Rhett and Link, love their beards, but women aren’t having it with their face fur and chin pricklies. She’s tired of the beard burn, so she gives them an ultimatum: Shave or she’ll stop kissing you.

2) movieclipsTRAILERS, “Movie Break-Ups – The Anti-Valentine’s Day Mashup”

Now that Valentine’s Day is over, you can bury your bitterness about the holiday until next year. Or you can watch this collection of fairly attractive movie stars getting dumped to feel better about yourself while your friend post sappy statuses on Facebook.

3) HamRadioPodcast, “How To Shake A Black Guy’s Hand”

In honor of Black History Month, Anthony Robinson dispels a common myth: Black guys don’t have a special handshake just for you. You have to be initiated by attending a number of events and practice. Most of the time you should go for a normal handshake, but he does offer a few tips for an easy choreographed handshake.

4) Richard Sandling, “Downton Abbey Performs One Direction’s What Makes You Beautiful”

Think Barack’s Dubs but with the cast of Downton Abbey. Everyone upstairs and downstairs at Downton are secretly Directioners as they serenade each other throughout their day, whether it’s completing the chores or running an estate.

5) CompilarizTV, “Screaming Animals Compilation”

Whether the sounds were made by humans or the animals themselves, there are a surprising number of animals that sound like humans when they scream and spit, which are collected and mashed up in one video.

Photo via Rhett & Link/YouTube

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*First Published: Feb 15, 2013, 8:36 pm CST