If you think we missed a tune, let us know in the comments section below. To select our funny songs, we took a look at tracks that genuinely make us laugh, don't take themselves too seriously and also, the music itself must be great. They don't necessary need to have been Billboard hits, they just need to be funny songs. Looking for songs to put you in a good mood? Don't forget to look at our 65 best happy songs of all time.
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Charlie bit my finger – again!
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Vince With Slap Chop
One of the most exciting things about YouTube is all the fun remixes. Check them out after the jump and get ready to laugh, smile, and shake your groove thang. In fact, it was number one until recently, when it was overtaken by Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber. Check out the original clip, as well as the remix, below. David After Dentist David After Dentist, another popular YouTube video with over 63 million views, also has a lot of remixes to its name.
Have you ever watched a video on YouTube that was fairly amusing -- and then watched a music remix of the same video that you can't get out of your head? From the "Slap Chop" infomercial to the "Double Rainbow" phenomenon, more online videoclips are being used to make catchy songs than ever before. With these two clips, the Gregory Brothers became the kings of viral video remixes. Paul "Yosemite Bear" Vasquez's excitable reaction to a "double rainbow" was mesmerizing enough in his hit viral video, but the Brooklyn band made an equally inescapable clip by adding some auto-tune. The group then took Alabama native Antoine Dodson's TV news interview about the attempted rape of his sister, Kelly, and fashioned a pop track so catchy that it's sold 30, downloads thus far.