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May 22nd is World Goth Day! It started in 2009 on the BBC 6 Music Station and spread from there. Want to celebrate but don't know how to goth? No problem! Here's an instructional video, set to the same music used in The Sims. Because there's nothing goths love more than playing with electronic dollhouses set in the suburbs.

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Look out you guys, it's THAT song again. But this one with the Miami Dolphin's cheerleaders seems more ... interesting, somehow. I can't quite put my finger on it.

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The fusion of pop and epic rap battling that was destined to happen someday.

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Star Wars! Call Me Maybe! Is there anything more you could possibly want, Internet? I didn't think so.

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You still tear up every time you hear this song, even after the billionth time. Admit it.

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We've already seen Tesla coils performing Dueling Banjos, but here's another video that takes SCIENCE from Appalachia to the South.

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Dialogue from nearly 300 movies expertly spliced into everyone's favorite song about butts. Consider your afternoon made.

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Ever wondered what a Dutch a capella choir covering dubstep sounded like? No? Well me neither, but this choir decides to answer that question anyway, covering Skrillex' Bangarang.

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German children covering a Rammstein song. Good lord, the youngest can keep a pretty steady beat.

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Eric Calderone is out with another nerdgasm-inducing metal cover, this time lifting from the Doctor Who soundtrack.

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Star Wars Kinect comes out today! In a move that's sure to further desecrate rekindle your love of the franchise, the game lets you play as Star Wars characters clubbing to music that wouldn't sound out of place on an R. Kelly album. Let's hope they let R2D2 dance to dubstep!

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Rob Scallon wrote a metal song using lyrics from fans' YouTube comments and made an accompanying music video. The result is testament to the internet's continuing obsession with food and unreasonable demands.

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Gotye's hit of the summer spawned so many YouTube parodies that he assembled literally hundreds of them to create a definitive "YouTube Orchestra" mashup. We'll let him speak for himself:

Reluctant as I am to add to the mountain of interpretations of Somebody That I Used To Know seemingly taking over their own area of the internet, I couldn't resist the massive remixability that such a large, varied yet connected bundle of source material offered.