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The guys charged with protecting the country took a break from their duties to entertain themselves. (Source: YouTube/DoubleBondProduction) The guys charged with protecting the country took a break from their duties to entertain themselves. (Source: YouTube/DoubleBondProduction)

(RNN) – We'll give you three clues to guess the top video this week: They dominate the seas, they took out Osama bin Laden and they do the Gangnam Style dance in dress whites.

If you guessed the sailors in the U.S. Navy, then you win the grand prize of … one really hilarious video.

See, who says you can't take time out to have fun while turning your body into the world's most effective weapon?

DON'T BE THIS GUY

They make doctors take courses on bedside manner, right? Well, this guy just started the debate that all journalists should take some type of interviewing sensitivity training course before they graduate.

It's not like you couldn't see it coming. The look on this poor kid's face from the very moment this reporter started talking just screamed terror.

Maybe it was the sight of the camera. Yeah, that's it. Or maybe the baby noticed an enormous nose hair, like most kids do when they're around older adult men, and he just freaked out.

Either way, this makes for some pretty priceless video.

THE PERFECT BABYSITTER

I don't know about you, but when I think of gentle and nurturing figures that I want in the presence of my children, I immediately think of gorillas.

They're so cute, cuddly and not ever prone to random violent attacks on people; not like those mean, old tigers that attacked Roy Horn, no sir.

The newly released video of the daughter of animal expert Damian Aspinall is really cute if you can overlook how odd it is. Hopefully, there aren't many people who can do that.

ALY RAISMAN HAS NOTHING ON THIS

Bulldogs jumping on trampolines – now that sounds like a winner as a new Olympic sport.

If the Romneys and the rest of the blue-blood world can enter horses as official Olympic athletes in dressage, then they should go tit for tat and let the regular Joes have this.

This is beyond priceless. It's a minimum three replays; five if you're watching it with friends.

MOVIE TRAILER OF THE YEAR

Yet again, this weekly viral video roundup is provides more proof that some people have way too much time on their hands.

Still, you have to give credit for making a movie trailer about SEC football. The game has a lot in common with the film industry when you think about it.

The stars are young, attractive and willing to sign a contract with a lot of fine print for a shot at fame. The powers that rule each entity are money-grubbing power mongers that desire to entertain their followers at any costs. And the fans of both Hollywood and college football are fiercely loyal, even during years when they get absolutely no return for it.

Hey, this wacky movie trailer thing wasn't such a bad idea, after all.

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