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YouTube user Quinton Sung has been taking Radiohead's classic albums and rendering them in glorious 8-bit beeps and bloops. Whether it's to evoke a warm and fuzzy nostalgia for your old Super Nintendo or to make Radiohead's message of modern-day alienation seem even more alienating is up to you. We've posted Ok Computer here, but you can also listen to an 8-bit version of Kid A on Sung's channel.

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It's tough being a Hufflepuff. They're not courageous like those in Gryffindor, not smart like those in Ravenclaw, and they can't even aspire to be evil masterminds like members of Slytherin. They're just vaguely friendly and won't douche out on you. This parody of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" tries to put some pride back into the most overlooked house.

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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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I don't speak Spanish and I can't read, so I have no idea what's going on. But somehow, it doesn't even matter.

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Okay, so "O Fortuna" is technically part of a cantata and not an opera, but this is the INTERNET, where everything is SLIGHTLY INCORRECT.

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With all the Call Me Maybe parodies and covers infesting the internet, it's about time the singer herself appeared in one of them. This percussion-themed cover with Jimmy Fallon and the Roots is a nice change of pace from the string samples in the original song, too.

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This Indonesian dentist is well aware of the fact that dental drills can be a little bit... err... intimidating. So, he created a drill that, instead of making the typical whirring and buzzing noises a drill makes, plays audio of the patient's favorite songs from an MP3 player. Nothing like a little Gangnam Style to ease the nervousness of having a whizzing metal object shoved into your mouth (no, don't even go there...).