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Jesse and Jeana from Prank vs. Prank had to get in on the YouTube Comedy Week festivities so they created this money bag video prank with a little help from comedian Tom Green. This little experiment actually says a lot about our money-hungry society. Watch as the trio pretends to either drop wads of cash or pretends to find a bag filled with wads of cash. Jesse even gets "jacked" by a kid thinking it was real money but loses a sneaker in the process.
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What? Most of us have been saying it the wrong way this whole time? It just so happens that Steve Wilhit, the inventor of the Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) clarified its actual pronunciation at the Webby Awards. The micro-movie is actually said with a "J" sound and not a "G." Check out Jonathan Mann's song of the day that breaks down this collective "aha" moment.
One thing is for sure: Lil Dicky is loud and proud about being a white dude. Check out his track of the same name off his debut mixtape "So Hard." The rapper takes you through a typical day in his carefree, Caucasian life as he raps about just how good he's got it. With lyrics like, "I ain't black or Dominican, not Hispanic or Indian so imprisonment is not a predicament, I envision for a white boy," you know he's looking for a reaction. Any takers?
If you're new to Twitter's Vine game, allow this video to give you a crash course. Check out the funniest and most outlandish Vines created to date. It's amazing how creative people can be given the right tool. Now watch some of the funniest six-second snippets you'll see in a while.
There's nothing sexier than a guy whispering sweet nothings animal facts in your ear. Today's Daily Huh? video comes to you by Pleated Jeans where a sweet-talking dude delivers little-known facts about random animals in his most seductive voice. Meow! The makers of the video claim only three of these facts are false. Which factoids do you think are myths?
Watch this clever video prank by Stuart Edge. His buddy Grant Thompson rigged a deck of cards so that it has 330 volts running through it. That equals to three times the power coming out of your electric socket. The prankees are asked to pick a card and see if the prankster can guess which card they chose. While this is a great excuse to peck someone on the lips multiple times, the actual trick is pretty darn clever. Find out how it's done and how to win your own deck of cards signed by Stuart Edge.
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509 Films finished off their amazing season for Volume 8 with this awesome helicopter shoot in Revelstoke, British Columbia. All of their top athletes participated including Brett Turcotte, Kalle KJ Johansson, Jay Mentaberry, Stephen Darcy, Randy Swenson and Cody Robinson. This video caps off 509 Films' awesome web series "Behind the Lens."
Behold a fencing fight between a duo of men whose past combat experience is being beat up in gym class in 5th grade and not engaging in any fight whatsoever due to being afraid. Watch Matt Ingebretson's one-on-one fencing match with David Ross which he calls, "Idiot Fencing." Although one should only use a fencing sword during a bout, Matt and David eventually turn to other tactics. Who will come out on top? Watch and see.
Mr. Carter would be proud. Check out Sorted Food's awesome homage to Jay Z with their "99 Problems" music video tribute (the food edition). They created the music video as part of YouTube's Comedy Week. Let's hear it for the awesome use of a fridgecam! Gotta love lyrics like, "Pop a cap of vanizzle into your griddle, make it sizzle as you drizzle, make it taste incredibizzle."
"Humans are old, nature is older. Someone thought nature was its wine-holder." Those are just some of the lyrics from a song by the artist formerly known as a waiter who now goes by Wheezy Waiter. Watch him rap about everything he sees on his nature walk. His track even tries to spawn a new dance trend called, you guessed it, "the nature."
It's Tech Time, again! As part of a physics demonstration, a high school science teacher had cinder blocks smashed on his stomach. Then it's 50 music videos in one for OK Go's new song "I'm Not Through." Watch to find out why and how all of this was done!
Daniel Engling AKA TheCousinDan is a brave soul. In this handy video he shows you how to give yourself stitches after an injury that doesn't require an ambulance. As he writes in the video description, there's no need to go to an expensive ER if you are able to follow directions, can handle a bit of pain and your wound isn't too serious. Watch his tutorial on how to give yourself sutures if you can stomach the visual process.
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