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You've probably been tricked before, but probably not like this. These two mind-bending videos are some of the coolest optical illusions we've come across online, and they involve normal people as well as celebrities. Let's just say that you won't look at some of them the same way ever again. Continue reading to see why.

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Did you know that YouTube began as a venture-funded technology startup, primarily from a $11.5 million investment by Sequoia Capital between November 2005 and April 2006? That's right, YouTube's early headquarters were situated above a pizzeria and Japanese restaurant in San Mateo, California. Continue reading to see a few weird comments that just might be more interesting than the videos.

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Some people become famous on the internet for performing dangerous stunts, Karen Cheng decided to learn how to dance in a year for online fame. According to Karen, this was her secret: "I practiced everywhere. At bus stops. In line at the grocery store. At work - Using the mouse with my right hand and practicing drills with my left hand. You don't have to train hardcore for years to become a dancer. But you must be willing to practice and you better be hungry." Continue reading to see why her video already received over 1.2-million views in just 2-days.

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Have you ever witnessed a baby escaping from their crib? If not, this viral video has plenty of them doing so, complete with the Mission Impossible music. Now if these parents were to have used high-tech cribs with higher walls and / or motion-sensing alarms, escape might not have been an issue, or so we think. Continue reading to see more.

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There are babies who love self-portraits, and then Dragon Baby. If you haven't already noticed, he's dressed in a full Bruce Lee-inspired yellow tracksuit, and has the moves to back it up. Continue reading to see why this video has already received over 27-million views on YouTube.

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More often than not you'll randomly be browsing YouTube and come across many videos that just aren't that entertaining. Fortunately, there's are commenters that quickly point out if it's bad, good, or strange oddities, like the one above. Continue reading to see more.

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Ryan Hunley became somewhat of an internet star when his daughter put on quite the show when he tried helping her with a seatbelt issue. Let's just say that he probably did end up worrying about himself and then driving. Continue reading to see why this video received over 750,000 views in one month.

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It's that time again, time for another batch of funny and weird YouTube comments. First up, we have a user wondering why anyone would dislike kittens, and of course the only reasonable explanation would be dogs with reasonable IT skills. Continue reading for more.

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If you thought the invisible driver was crazy, check out this ultra strange "drive thru headless prank" which has received over 420,000 views on YouTube in just one day. Yes, this is the work of none other than the famed "Magic of Rahat". Continue reading for more.

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Street performers may look like they've got a dream job, but in reality, they work long hours and have to deal with a sometimes rowdy audience. This video, which has received 728,000+ views in just 1-day, shows why you should never mess with them. Continue reading to see more.

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