Top 10 YouTube videos

Rachel Hagenbaugh

The world voted. Here are some of the top YouTube videos of all time.

1. Evolution of Dance-By Judson Laipply

Laipply shows the world his skills by reenacting the dance moves of the past. He starts with “Hound Dog” and ends with “Ice Ice Baby”. In between those songs are hits such as “Grease Lightning”, “Thriller”, “Can’t Touch This” and “Bye Bye Bye.”

2. How to Solve a Rubik’s Cube

Hours of wasted time can now be used more efficiently. Impress friends with this tutorial on how to solve one of life’s greatest puzzles: The Rubik’s Cube.

3. Husky Dog Talking- “I love you”

Dogs don’t really talk like the ones in 101 Dalmatians and Homeward Bound, or do they?

4. Hahaha

Need a good laugh? Of all the laughing baby videos on YouTube, this one has over 171 million hits.

5. Volkswagen Commercial: The Force

For those who missed it during the Super Bowl, this video is ranked in the top three automobile videos with over 35 million hits. A small boy is on the quest to “use the force,” and fails until he tries his dark lord tricks on his parents’ new Volkswagen.

6. The Gummy Bear Song

Move over Alvin and the Chipmunks, the Gummy Bear is taking over. This little green bear dances around in his underwear while singing a catchy tune about himself.

7. Creepy Grudge Ghost Girl in the Mirror

Even though the title gives it away, this video is still scary. Show this video to an unsuspecting victim and watch their reaction.

8. Super Mario Brothers-Frustration

Listen to a man commentate while making his way through different levels of Super Mario Brothers. He has the right to get more frustrated than anyone else who used to play Super Mario Brothers because these aren’t normal levels. These are extremely difficult levels that are nearly impossible to beat.

9. The Sneezing Baby Panda

This video has over 101 million hits. Describing the video would ruin the surprise. Check it out and get a good laugh.

10. The Ultimate Showdown

This video only has more than 6 million hits since it was uploaded in May of 2008, but it’s worth seeing. It’s an ultimate showdown between all the fictitious characters, superheroes and villains of the ages.

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