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Still can't get that classic Gotye tune out of your head? Wanna substitute it with something a little less depressing? How about amusing alternate lyrics from the guys at College Humor? Same great tune, fresh new lolz.
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There's cool....and then there is COOL! No strings, no pick ups, no frets...no problem! This cool device makes some cool, unique sounds. AWESOME!
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Now these are some healthy cats, able to climb like arachnids. Spider cat, spider cat, does whatever a spider cat does. You know the song, now meet the cats. So, here come the spider caaaats!
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I definitely don't think he was expecting that.. LOL
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Excruciatingly awkward to watch, Liam is put on the spot as he joins a sports show anchor and is asked about a game he knows literally nothing about. Didn't they bother speaking to him before they invited him on the show?
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A mash-up of his speeches that sees him singing along to "Born This Way". Barrack seems like a pretty laid back prez though, I reckon if you just asked him to he'd have a go at singing it. Save you the time of editing it.
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Ben Drew looks like he's an East End heavy who you wouldn't want to meet in a dark alley, and then he sings with the voice of an angel. It's a paradox in motion. And the music sounds heavenly with this new Beats Audio technology.
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8 floppy drives playing the 007 theme song intro, built for display at Purdue University for the Association of Electrical Technologists (AET) club during Technology Week.
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I like the overly dramatic scaremongering music & voiceover this clip has, it gives it an edge that really isn't necessary considering the subject matter alone is enough to gross us out!
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Shot at regular speed it looks like a flash of light. Shot at 7207 frames per second you can see what's really going on. The branching of the bolt as it searches for somewhere to discharge itself.
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Matt Groening and the gang animate their own amusing take on the opening for Game Of Thrones using springfield as the setting. Even if don't watch Game Of Thrones it's cool to see Burns dressed as a wizard.
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