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It's not quite the first of the month anymore, but it's close.

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A Swedish creative studio set out to make a safe sex PSA, but might have accidentally discovered the next great instrument of our time.

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The kid who said of Thom Yorke "I don't think he's got any friends" is a sharp little guy.

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The beginning, in case you're wondering, is spliced with scenes of Bela Lugosi from the hit blockbuster movie Plan 9 From Outer Space. The reference almost makes up for the rest of it.

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Daenerys Targaryen and Khal Drogo? Still a better love story than Rihanna and Chris Brown. That alone is reason enough to make this Parody of Rihanna's Stay better than the original.

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There were too many metal covers of Zelda, so he made a funk one.

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This pup-tastic music video was directed by Jess Rona, who's pretty well known for her slow motion dog grooming videos on Instagram

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Srsly, if you guys make that mistake ONE MORE TIME, there'll be hell to pay.

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A tribute by comedians/musicians Rhett and Link to the magical properties of the internet's favorite pig-based product.

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Ukranian folk-rock cover band Selo i Ludy perform Bon Jovi's "It's My Life" with traditional instruments in a traditional Eastern-European folk style. I'm starting to like it more than the original.

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Look! It's your childhood! And for Americans who thought they were the only ones who remember this '90s television entertainment touchstone, Will Smith's recent appearance on the Graham Norton Show proves them wrong.

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The second season of Game of Thrones aired last night! To celebrate, here's a metal cover of the theme song. Shows about high medieval warring kingdoms are practically begging for metal-inspired takes on them anyway.