The internet has has a pretty massive roster of viral videos since the late 90s, and while some of them are just funny (or plain stupid) videos, the ones we remember the best are the songs. For whatever reason, these 11 were impossible to escape despite having no radio play whatsoever.
1) Strong Bad - "Trogdor"
2) MrWeebl - "Amazing Horse"
3) Rebecca Black - "Friday"
4) The Buckwheat Boyz - "Peanut Butter Jelly Time"
5) Jon Lajoie - "Show Me Your Genitals"
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6) The Lonely Island - "Bing Bong Brothers"
7) Samwell - "What What (In The Butt)"
8) Jeffrey Ray Roberts - "All Your Base"
9) JerryC - "Canon Rock"
10) MrWeebl - "Badgers"
11) Billy - "Ding Fries Are Done"
Which of these was your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
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