Kyle Andrews’ music video for You Always Make Me Smile features the largest water balloon fight on record, with 4,000 participants, 120,000 flying water projectiles, and one really wet singer.
Sing along, everyone! This corporate training video from Wendy’s is one of the catchier tunes we’ve heard in a while. Remember: Cookies should be whole, never broken or cracked!
(NSFW) An all-girl A Capella group from Columbia University and Barnard College do a sweet remake of Dr. Dre’s B*tches Ain’t Sh*t. The doctor probably laughed his ass off when he saw this one.
Jonathan Crawford plays the trombone – but you wouldn’t want to be the one marching in front of him on the glockenspiel in the band, what with his propane-powered trombone.
For some reason, we never thought that Kubrick’s slow-as-a-turtle 2001: A Space Odyssey would work set to the tune of The Killers’ hit dance track Spaceman, but somehow it does.
We don’t know why you’d make a video of a Stormtrooper dancing to a jazzed-up version of Singin’ in the Rain in the first place, let alone a CGI-enhanced “special edition”, but here it is.
This 4-way mashup seamlessly combines the music of Tom Jones, Rick James, Prince and MC Hammer. We’re not sure whether to dance or close the browser. Where’s Rick Astley when you need him?
What better way to end the week, but with a little Survivor? This isn’t just any 1980s hair band. This geeked-out 21st century update is performed entirely on iPads, courtesy of Jordan Hollender.
We’re not sure if the kids in this PokÃ©mon music video are serious or if they were trying to be funny. Either way, their video alternates between hilarious and disturbing.
We’re not sure how we missed Beaker’s take on old Ludwig van’s 9th Symphony when it first hit the web, but now that we’ve seen it, we felt the urge to share it with you. Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi…
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