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YouTube comedy channel LaughPong presents its latest Mars rover parody of Melbourne Metro Train's viral PSA music video "Dumb Ways to Die."

Social Media Strategy of the Day: Dubstep is the Key to Cutting-Edge Advertisments

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Feel like your next ambitious ad campaign is still missing something? Try adding dubstep and watch the magic unfold. This parody video was created in collaboration between YouTube comedy duo Smosh and videographer Mike Diva.

PSA of the Day: Africa for Norway

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Africa for Norway is a mock PSA campaign launched by the Norwegian Students' and Academics' International Assistance Fund (SAIH) to raise global awareness of Western-centric stereotypes and cliché that often prevail in ads for relief funds in African countries. H/t goes to TheDailyDot.



PSA of the Day is a feature series presenting a variety of notable public service announcements, cautionary messages and even parodies.

The Day The Earth Stopped Fapping

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In this parody movie trailer inspired by the sci-fi film The Day the Earth Stood Still and created by French comedy group Golden Moustache, humanity has no choice but to face the grave danger of extinction when the U.S. government discovers that one man's self-pleasure leads to another man's death.


Disclaimer: this video contains suggestive content which may not be suitable for minors.

Social Media Strategy of the Day: Boost Organic Clicks with Buyral

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Frustrated with low viewership on your videos? Don't just wait and hope that they will take off, make them go viral today with Buyral, a social media tool that will boost the exposure of its clients' videos with organic clicks! This parody video was created by YouTuber JohnSt.

Parody Twitter Account of the Day: @NYTPreposition

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Parody Twitter Account of the Day: @NYTPreposition
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Created by two college friends Robinson Meyer and Nick Castele, @NYTPrepositions pokes fun at the New York Times' obsessive pursuit of prepositional phrases as headlines of their stories.