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  1. I’m Not Sure What to Make Of This Game of Thrones Single by French Singer Luc Arbogast

    I am also not sure what to make of his facial hair.

    I kind of like it, but I'm also starting at my screen in head-tilted confusion. There's nothing too weird about this, but... I don't know. That tiny beard ponytail is throwing my mental equilibrium off something crazy. Why tiny beard ponytail? Why?!

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  2. This Rendition Of The Attack On Titan Theme Is Some Of The Best Beatboxing We’ve Ever Seen

    My Google search for "beatbox onomatopoeia" has not aided me in writing this tagline.

    I've watched this twice now, and I'm still unclear as to how these sounds are coming out of a human mouth. We of the weekend editorial team applaud you, Daichi Beatboxer, for thoroughly blowing our minds.

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  3. Please Enjoy The Musical Stylings Of Marian Call As She Covers Yakko’s Universe

    It's a great big universe, and we're all really puny!

    Oh, how I love this. If you grew up with the Animaniacs, I suspect you'll be as delighted as I was to learn that the talented Marian Call has lent her pipes to a cover of "Yakko's Universe."

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  4. Farmer Proves Cattle Love Lorde and Trombone

    They do move in herds.

    Lorde's "Royals" is a pretty catchy song, and its appeal seems to cross species lines, as farmer Derek Klingenberg demonstrates in this video. He plays the song in an empty field on his trombone, and slowly his herd of cattle amass around him. Does anyone have a trombone I can borrow? I want to see if this works in any field.

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  5. Sixteen Glorious Minutes Of A Capella Video Game Music

    This was a triumph. I'm making a note here: huge success.

    Game music is one of my very favorite things, so this auditory romp through nearly three decades of gaming greats was...well, music to my ears. If a nostalgic journey from Pac-Man to Portal sounds like your cup of tea, I invite you to settle in, put on some good headphones, and enjoy the fine work of the folks at YouTube channel Triforcefilms.

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  6. Judy Garland Singing Death Metal “Over the Rainbow” Is the Perfect Friday Video

    Life, love, and happiness.

    It's 4:00 on a Friday. You're still at work, with the glorious specter of the weekend hanging over your head. Mentally, you're maaaybe not quite as present as your boss would like you to be. You click play. Your life changes. You change. You will never be the same again.

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  7. We Had a Baby Rank the Top 6 Best Pomplamoose Videos to Celebrate Their New Album Season 2

    Jeez. Everyone's a critic.

    Pomplamoose is a YouTube band with millions of views comprised of the incredibly talented musicians Nataly Dawn and Jack Conte. They just released their new album Pomplamoose Season 2 this week, and to celebrate I thought I'd share some of their best videos as ranked by The Mary Sue's newest music critic, my one-year-old daughter Amelia.

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  8. “Handy” Is the Latest Weird Al Yankovic Video From His New Album Mandatory Fun

    Special toilet appearance by Eddie Pepitone?

    This week Weird Al Yankovic released his new album Mandatory Fun, and to promote it he's releasing eight videos in eight days. We're halfway there with today's release of "Handy," a parody of "Fancy" by Iggy Azalea. Not that we're surprised or anything, but it's pretty great.

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  9. Weird Al Releases “Word Crimes” Parody of Robin Thicke to Celebrate Mandatory Fun Album Release

    And it's a song about grammar? Perfect.

    The second of eight new Weird Al Yankovic music videos is here! This time Al is preaching the merits of grammar to the tune of that awful Robin Thicke song with some lovely word art.

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  10. Neko Case Did a Cool Feminist Anthem… About How Geek Shit Is All For Boys

    Stop right there.

    Neko Case knows there are female superheroes, right? And that women and girls are actually a huge part of the geek sphere, and have been for decades? Please, someone, show her the light. Because her music video with Kelly Hogan for "These Aren't the Droids" would've been really cool—Ellie Kemper is saved by science! Feminist utopia! That rocking Leia/Spock outfit! And it's for charity!—if not for the part where geekery is explicitly stated as being the realm of immature manboys.

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