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Lana Del Rey's latest music video couldn't have been made by anyone but Lana Del Rey and her crack team of nostalgia-soaked aesthetes. LDR begins with an (admittedly horrible) Marilyn Monroe impression, then jumps right into an Instagram-filtered montage of her best Jackie O impressions, if Jackie O was a booty-droppin', dice-playing mob queen, with rapper A$ap Rocky as her JFK. It's the blend of nostalgia and gangsta swag that she's been doing her whole career, and it's only up to you at this point to decide if you love it or hate it.

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The same genius - GENIUS I say! - who remixed Bob Ross and Mr. Rogers for the PBS Ideas Channel gives the same treatment to the late, great cooking show host.

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Histrionic rock band Muse just released a trailer for the upcoming album, The 2nd Law. If the hammy Hans Zimmer-esque soundtrack and the melodramatic end-of-the-world news ticker is starting to seem predictable, just wait until it's about a minute and a half into the video. SPOILER: There's a drop.

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An English teacher at a rural Korean elementary school thought up a lesson involving everyone's favorite superlative-ridden Daft Punk song. A fun way to learn 18 words and at least one part of speech.

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Look, we're sorry. You've probably seen at least three "Call Me Maybe" video parodies already, not to mention dozens of jokes and memes, and we're partially responsible for that. But fret not! When supercuts of parodies are made, it's usually a sign that the craze is winding down. So for now it's best to sit back and ride the pop mayhem out.

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