YouTube: YET STILL 25 MORE Videos Worth Watching (at least once)
Thank you for joining me for the fourth installment in my sets of 25 videos worth watching. This time around, there's quite a variety for you to enjoy!
The 25 videos with which I present you now are certainly not the best videos on YouTube, nor are they the most widely known internet memes. They are merely videos which form a slice of the internet which I, personally, believe are worth watching (at least once).
#25: Homemade Waterslide.
Instead of starting with a marble slide like we usually do, we're going to start with a people-slide!
Don't try this at home folks! We don't need anyone getting dead. These folks seem to have had a great time, though.
#24: 10 Optical Illusions in 2 minutes
If you are an optical illusion fan, like I am, you've very likely seen all of these before. If you haven't been well introduced to optical illusions, this is a must-watch.
#23: The Secret Secret of the Universe
If you've read the Secret, you'll probably get a kick out of it. If you read the secret and agree that it's definitely the truth, then I mean no offense by this video.
Universe, don't fail me now!
#22: Carol Burnett Bust-ups.
Carol Burnett is so funny. Especially when she makes mistakes!
#21: Community Channel
Keeping with the Humorous Videos, here's a little bit of Token Community Channel with "LOL".
#20: Tom Milsom, Thoughts on Life
#19: Best 6 seconds and the worst 3 seconds of your life.
Uhhh... 'Nuff said.
Transitioning from our Funny --> Weird --> Music, we have Tom Milsom's single "Indigo". This is my favorite song of his and I hope you like it!
#17: Numa Numa
Alright, perhaps it is a bit strange, but it's also music. Get over it.
#16: Jumping-Jack, Push-Up, Dance Move
This Machine Pwns Noobs: Song About and Angler Fish!
This is one of Hank Green's best songs. He has many others, but this is one of the best. Enjoy!
#15: Caramelldansen [Metal Remix]
If you don't know what Caramelldansen is, feel free to go here for an example. CLICKHERE
This song is a remix of the song in the link with Heavy Metal, which makes the song seven thousand times more listenable. The solos are simply awesome. This guitarist knew what he was doing.
#14: Super Mario Brothers: Dual Guitar!
Well, this is the one of the first video's I've seen where someone plays two guitars simultaneously. I'd be happy if I could play one guitar simultaneously...
#14: Ode to Joy: Muppet Style
Beaker from the Muppets succeeds in being as awesome as he usually is and records a multi-track performance of "Ode to Joy"
#13: Danny Fong (Let's Get Started)
In this video, Danny Fong sings, on multiple tracks, the opening theme for The Muppet Show. If you didn't notice, this guy can hold a note like it's nobody's business. (17 seconds in this video)
#12: Danny Fong's Answering Machine
Only Danny Fong could have this sort of answering machine greeting. If you weren't counting, he holds that note for nearly 31 seconds... I can't hold that note an octave lower for that long... (If you aren't aware, the lower the note, your lungs are required to expend less air, and vice versa).
#11: Great Reno Balloon Race
Hot Air Balloons are great.
#10: Super Mario World, The Impossible Levels
This Ain't Yo Momma's Super Mario World.
A lesson on Manga and Anime emoticons. Learn well!
#8: Bees Everywhere.
This three seconds may leave you with more questions than any other three seconds of your life.
#7: Sweet Fancy Moses
Ah yes. The classic Seinfeld scene.
"Yeah, sometimes you can't help these people until they hit rock bottom."
"And by then you've lost interest".
#5: 13 Puzzlers in under 9 minutes.
- Super Magic
- Master Magic
- Missing Link
- 2x2x2 Cube
- 3x3x3 Cube
- 4x4x4 Cube
- Netblock UFO
- Rubik's UFO
For the record, as of this writing, I've never solved the Rubik's Cube once. Let alone in about thirty seconds. This guy takes it several steps further and solves 15 puzzles that might take me several hours each, all in a few seconds apiece. For videos of people solving the individual puzzles that he solves (so you can keep track), click on the name of the puzzle (they're in order).
EDIT: As of March 2013, I can solve a rubik's cube in under three minutes regularly. usually under two.
#4: Amy Walker's Amazing Accents
She's Amy Walker and she was born in London, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Italy, Germany, Czech Republic, Russia, France, Australia, New Zealand, Texas, California, Washington, Toronto, New York, and South Carolina. She also knows the Trans-Atlantic accent used by Trans-Atlantic professional communicators in the early 1940s. I dare you to beat this one.
#3: World's Strongest Kid
5 years old and not to be messed with.
#2: Google Chrome OS
Note: This operating system is not intending to replace Windows or Mac for your primary PC, but, rather, as the main operating system on your secondary PC. It purports to be able to boot in about 3 seconds, with internet access in about 7 seconds. 'Can't beat that.
#1 The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Every Man, Woman and Child on Earth is born free and equal in dignity and rights.
We are brothers and sisters of this world.
We have reason and conscience and should be friendly towards one another.
Everyone is entitled to the rights set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights regardless of age, sex, race, religion, politics, color, nationality, wealth, language, beliefs, birthplace, traditions, economics, weight, skin, style, thoughts, feelings, hairstyle, differences, size, lifestyle, height, preference, or orientation.
You have the right to live in Freedom and Safety.
Nobody has the right to treat you as their slave or torture you.
The law is the same for everyone.
You have the right to legal protection.
You have the right to a fair and public trial.
No one shall be arrested, put in jail or exiled without good reason.
You are innocent until proven guilty.
You have the right to privacy.
You have the right to move around the world.
You have the right to enjoy freedom from persecution in other countries.
You have the right to a Nationality.
You have the right to Marry and have a family.
Your government should protect your family.
You have the right to own property and possessions.
You have the right to think what you want and Say what you like.
You have the right to practice your religion freely and organize peacefully.
You have the right to take part in your country's Political affairs.
Governments should be voted for regularly and all votes are equal.
The society in which you live should help you to develop.
You have the right to Work and to a fair salary.
Each work day should not be too long.
You have the right to expect a decent standard of living.
You have the right to go to school.
Education should strive to promote peace and understanding among all people.
You have the right to share in your community's Arts and Sciences.
You must respect the social order that is necessary for those rights to be available.
You must respect the rights of others, the community and public property.
Nobody shall attempt in any way to destroy the rights set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Which video did you like most?
Leave a comment in the comment section letting me know which video was your favorite and why. I'm very interested to know.
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