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I'm not sure the video killed the radio guy, but it certainly makes for an entertaining topic of discussion, or even a musical classic. If you've ever wondered what would be the result if you just search for video, you won't be disappointed, but maybe try adding a second word to the phrase, you might find what you're looking for.

Via @pbnjonny
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Too many of us have fallen victim to moments where we realize we were eating something completely different, if not more disgusting than we ever anticipated. In this case, we have an ex-bartender/TikToker @pbnjonny divulging a tale of his own food-inspired fail confusion to the rest of the online world with nothing short of admirable humility. 

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Um, shout out and all the love to Tank for the phenomenal house tour. Seems like Tank might have a future in the whole realm of YouTube content creation. 

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Michael clearly trained his entire life for this moment. And oh boy, when the moment arrived did he proceed to shine like an actual star. With that out of the way, can we take a moment of appreciation for that dining set? Um, gross. 

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There are people in this world that are actual wizards when it comes to chopping up various foods. Take this dude for instance. His coconut cutting skills are nothing short of magical. He's clearly a master of his craft. I want to buy a coconut from him just to see him cut it up. 

Via Cracked
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Star Wars "Legends" content has always been pretty variable in quality, but we're not interested in the safe stuff like Thrawn or Mara Jade—we're talkin' Luke seducing multiple dead girls, Leia trying to delay puberty through dance, and Jedi masters named after, uh, self love. This is Canonball.

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Via Charger
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Alright, I can't be the only one thinking that this sounds exactly like a cow trying to meow. With that being said, still wouldn't mess with this dude. 

Via swebounce
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Honestly, this is wildly impressive. This guy's grip strength is heroic. Never thought about what it'd be like to try and sit in a robotic chair, but this guy went and did the dang thing. Props. 

Via Mercury
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Back in 2015, someone learned their lesson about drones, presumably. Champion Skiier Marcel Hirscher was on his second run of the day when a camera drone plummeted out of the air, just missing him. And it shatters well too, the only way a drone knows how.

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Just because you've made a career for yourself as an announcer in the Nascar world doesn't mean that you're not prone to fails like the rest of us. Marty Reid is the announcer in this scenario, and we're honoring his own hilarious little slip up with a video that shows him forgetting Andy Petree's name. 

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Um, I'd be very curious to see how this guy would react if you told him the world was about to end. Would he even be fazed? Or would he just shrug the whole announcement off with mystifying indifference? Probably the latter. 

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Via @ashtnvn
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Maybe he had a tough night of sleep the night before. An unfortunate many of us have been there at one point or another during a job. You know, those days when you show up and it feels like it's impossible to keep your eyes open, and you're like five minutes into your shift? Yeah, tough days, tough times. Well, this guy's face when he gets awoken from his restful slumber speaks for anyone who has ever been caught catching some zzz's on the job. 

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The cringe is practically excruciating. Sometimes, you end up crossing paths with an individual who seems as if they have never welcomed the warm embrace of optimism in their lives. This general manager is definitely giving off those vibes. 

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Just imagine for a terrible, daunting second that the internet wasn't a thing, and thus people would never have been able to discover this gem embedded in the heart of humanity. Seriously, what a situation we have going on here. 

Via Duplexer
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YouTube's algorithm is absolutely committed to never letting the infamous "Steamed Hams" meme die. It seems like many folks appreciate this fact.