You Tube: Weezer’s Genius Meme Mashup

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I don’t know how Weezer managed to get every single living ‘Tube meme star under one video roof, so to speak, but they did. Even if you don’t like Weezer, you’ve got to check this thing out—the video for “Pork and Beans” is practically an instructional aid.

Here are 10 memes I caught as they whizzed by:

1) Daft Hands
2) Daft Bodies
3) Tay Zonday
4) The Numa Numa kid
5) Miss South Carolina
6) K-Fed, (who pretty much is his own meme these days)
7) Chris Crocker
8) The Dramatic Chipmunk
9) The Diet Coke and Mentos experiments
10) “All Your Base Are Belong to Us.”

I’m sure there are like 30 I’m missing. Anyone want to fill in the gaps?

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