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Your Week in Viral Videos: Adults do the craziest things

(RNN) – Welcome to your weekend, where we'll run through a million miles of cyberspace videos in five minutes and simultaneously try to make "Knock, knock" jokes popular again.

Knock, knock … Who's there? Thermos... Thermos, who? Thermos be a better knock, knock joke than this!

Included in this week is the cure for people who are sickened by Lance Armstrong, a way to shut up constant complainers and proof that encouragement from your friends is still no excuse for following through on a bad idea.

And yes, there are is a jab or two at those guys running for president.

THINK BEFORE YOU LEAP

It's not just a good metaphor for life. It's also sound advice for German guys in little shorts who like to hang out with foul-mouthed friends.

Anyone who is not frightened by the above statement may proceed. Everyone else, please wait for the next available shuttle.

And by all means, children, do not try this at home.

(WARNING: This video contains strong language)

STUPID MEN

It's not like women need more reasons to think less of men, but we can now shout some thanks to a guy that takes commercials advertising feminine hygiene products too seriously.

Thankfully, the good folks at Bodyform have a good sense of humor, and we are all the beneficiaries of their exchange.

This video gets a little weird at times, but what do you expect when you make jokes about menstruation?

NOT FIRST-WORLD PROBLEMS

It has become popular to hit up social media and jokingly complain that the world is ending because of poor cell phone coverage or 55-inch TV screens that still cut of part of the game.

To this we say, only in a place where obese people still waste tons of food every year can that happen.

The only thing more annoying is listening to Apple nuts proclaim the superiority of their beloved product. Ask those folks how they're going to navigate their next road trip, and see what they say.

Seriously, don't whine. And if you're able to read this, odds are your life is pretty good compared to what it could be.

THE ANTI-ARMSTRONG

Since it's now on the record that cycling is just one big circus, let's make it worth our while to watch it.

The people who run the sport could do worse than to take some notes from Martyn Ashton, who not only makes road cycling look fun but also so easy that just about anyone could do it.

OK, that's totally not true at all, and if you even attempt to do anything in this video you are a huge fool deserving of every stitch and X-ray that's coming your way.

PRANKS YOU WISH YOU COULD PULL

Seriously, who hasn't ever conceived at least a dozen things they would gladly do if they could get away with them? Keep it G-rated, people.

Some good clean fun at the hands of unsuspecting strangers never hurt anyone, especially when it's smack in the middle of Utah.

BYU's football team may not be the greatest in the world, but that school definitely has some talent elsewhere.

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