What happens when you create a YouTube video that features some of the most popular viral characters to ever hit the web? It goes viral, of course.
Online parody group Barely Political posted a video on Saturday that pokes fun at the biggest complaints made about video-sharing site YouTube. In the clip, users stop by a YouTube complaint office to file concerns about what bugs them most about the site, from negative comments to videos listed under the wrong categories.
Thanks to cameos from popular auto-tune the news musical group Gregory Brothers to web celeb Jenna Marbles and the father who shot his daughter’s computer, the video has already been viewed more than 350,000 times. It also features references to viral videos such as “Sh*t White Girls Say” and “Chocolate Rain.”
Check out the video above and let us know your reactions in the comments below. Did your favorite YouTube video get a reference?
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After days of media speculation that Today show co-host Ann Curry would be stepping down from her role, the journalist announced in an emotional goodbye on Thursday that it was her last day.
Rumors began circulating late last week that Curry was offered a $10 million deal to leave the company one year early of her two-year $20 million contract.
It was then announced on Friday that Today show newcomer Savannah Gutherie (right) would be filling Curry’s co-host position. Also, check out Al Roker’s sweet moves.
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