Your Weekly Dose of YouTube Videos #1

What's worth watching on YouTube this week?

This one is actually a short film made in 2012 by Daniel Lazo and Eran May-raz, two talented sci-fi filmmakers, who own their own company: Robot Genius Films.

It popped up on my YouTube feed this week though, when Omeleto uploaded it. Omeleto is a new YouTube channel that joined the game in 2016 and they accept film and video submissions to showcase on their channel.

I adore Kloons. They are intelligent, they produce quality and fun content. Ever since they started, they have been applying their absurd comedy skills into short videos and making me laugh. They were in that weird YouTube contest Internet Icon at one point as well. I don't know what happened there, or who even watched that "show"?

This video reminds me of Vine. Remember those simple days when you could laugh at 6 second videos? This video by student John Fassold is a similar one to his viral video, 'How EVERY Chainsmokers song is written'. If you are a Twenty One Pilots fan, I am not sure if you will like this one, but it's funny because it's true.

This one is, of course, trending. Harry Styles has been all over YouTube this week, making a loud comeback with the help of fellow Brit James Corden. I am not going to lie, I love Carpool Karaoke and this one is surely one of the best.

Last but this one is the absolute best, 'history of the world, i guess'. Everything about internet AND humour in one video. Fast-paced, information-packed, silly, genius, simple animation with crazy jingles. 20-minutes of pure internet entertainment that will make you say 'How was this even 20 minutes? 20 minutes is forever when I am in history class."


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