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In this instance, The Downfall refers to both the Hitler movie and our growing discontent of Gangnam Style parodies. Somehow, the combination works out.

The editing means he won't make any sense in German, but when did Hitler ever make sense anyway?

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Speaking of Burning Man, in case you missed it, here are a bunch of scantily clad women hula hooping in the desert. It's more artistic than you think.

Not Safe For Work -- partial nudity.

[vvv]

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Following in the paw-prints of hilariously terrible dog movies is Vampire Dog, and it's even dumber than you'd expect. It sets a pretty low bar even lower, and that kind of makes it brilliant.

Brace yourself.

[bleedingcool]

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If today's camera-nabbing seagull wasn't enough for you, here's a compilation of birds stealing food.

Those thieving bastards.

[clipnation]

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Let your troubles melt away with the smooth-jazzed-up rendition of Metallica's "Enter Sandman," exactly how the Metal Gods never, ever intended it.

Sure matches up with the video, though.

[yababoon]

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Jon Stewart's first day back on The Daily Show after the events of September 11, 2001. Even if you've seen it before, it's worth watching again.

Thank you, Jon.

[thehighdefinite]

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It might be wise to lower your volume and open your heart to the awesome story of a goblin stuck in a mundane office job.

Not Safe For Work -- brief fantasy violence, and a rousing chorus of death metal (which may or may not be your thing).

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