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It's the CRJ parody to end (hopefully) all CRJ parodies. Seriously, where else can we go from here? Can we move on to a different song now?

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Contrary to every reasonable expectation of the entertainment value of oral hygiene, the Oregon Dental Association made a ridiculously entertaining PSA by remaking "Teach Me How to Dougie" into a teeth-brushing instructional video.

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Just when the Backstreet Boys and 'Nsync were fading from memory, '90s fever catches up again with the Second Coming of the Boy Band. Already ridiculously popular in their native U.K., the preteen quintet One Direction has made enough of a splash in the U.S. for the predictable boy band backlash to occur. This particular parody doubles as a nice introduction to the band if you haven't heard of them yet.

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This Gotye parody might finally be the Gotye parody to put all other Gotye parodies to rest (please?). Comedian Eric Schwartz wrote this version of "Somebody That I Used to Know" as meta-homage to his once-favorite single, now bludgeoned to death by covers, parodies, and endless radio replays.

Watch out for the shout-outs to prior versions, including the Star Wars parody, the five-people-playing-one-guitar cover, and a Jewish rendition.

It's a sentiment everyone shares, but by making this version, aren't you just becoming part of the problem?

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YouTube denizen Todrick Hall makes a spot-on parody of the opening number from Beauty and the Beast, imagining what the movie would be like if Belle lived in the ghetto.

And as a bonus, keep your eyes peeled for a cameo from Antoine "Hide Yo' Kids" Dodson. HE'S BACK, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

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At last, something with the same beat I love from Party Rock Anthem, but that I can listen to when I'm 50.