What we watched this year: Most-watched Youtube Videos of 2013
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In this age of instantaneous knowledge, what was funny in the morning is old news by night. This year, it felt like we encountered a brand new, need-to-watch YouTube video about more than once everyday. These 5 videos were shared more often than any others this year- they made us laugh, they made us cry, they made us watch them over and over again.
1. Emotional Baby Cries at Mom's Singing (28,738,666 views)
An emotional baby girl named Mary Lynne Leroux reacts to her mother Amanda's singing by crying her eyes out. The baby was only ten months old when this video was taken, but she seems to really feel all the emotions in that song (My Heart Can't Tell You No).
2. What does the fox say? (312,748,863 views)
The band Ylvis still doesn't know what the fox says, but the viral hit exploring that question has been named YouTube's top trending video of 2013.
3. Harlem shake (26,384,116 views)
The online viral video craze that started in February this year is a dance craze that took over the world post Psy's retirement of "Gangnam Style". The Harlem Shake, which originated in New York City over 30 years ago is an alchoholic hip shake dance.
4.Twerking girl on fire ( 15,037,218 views)
In this internet viral hit a girl is seen twerking upside down on a door when her flatmate walks in through, which leads to a fiery carnage as she smashes through a glass table with candles.
5. I quit job resignation ( 17,181,632 views)
This video was created by a 25-year-old American, which was used as her resignation. She can be seen dancing around her deserted office to a Kayne West song.
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