YouTube 5th anniversary -- best videos of the past half decade

Celebrating five years of YouTube madness

Susan Boyle not included

Susan Boyle not included

Don’t Tase Me, Bro! (2007)

In 2007, a case of shockingly casual police brutality became an Internet sensation thanks to the immortal pleas of their hapless victim. On hindsight, he probably shouldn't have called the officer "bro".

Chocolate Rain (2007)

The musical stylings of Tay Zonday need no introduction, frankly.

Afro Ninja (2008)

Stuntman Mark Hicks (AKA Afro Ninja) spectacularly botches a movie audition. It starts with an ultra-confident snort and ends with heavily-concussed nunchuck twirling. (Apparently, he actually ended up getting the job; which makes us really want to see the other audition tapes.)

Bert & Ernie tries Gangsta-Rap (2008)

This one gets our vote for the phenomenal editing.

Reporter Gets Owned By Giant Ball (2008)

Her unbridled enthusiasm makes it vastly funnier.

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