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Your Week in Viral Videos: Not all love is good love

(RNN) – Really, what is it with guys and their obsession with cars? A little wash and wax here and there is fine, and if you can do all the work under the hood, even better.

But risking your health to protect a car from a hailstorm reveals a couple of important things:

  1. You're lame. Sorry, there is no other way to say it.
  2. You obviously couldn't afford adequate insurance because you overextended on the car payments.
  3. You need a woman. And if you already have one, you should ditch her for one with a stronger backbone.
  4. You're extremely lame. It's worth repeating for the guys reading this who are still in denial.

If this doesn't crack the top 10 of stupidest things you have ever seen, then you have some stories that could seriously fill a best-selling book.

OLD GIRLS ROCK!

To paraphrase a line from the singing group Pussycat Dolls, "Don't you wish your grandma was hot like me?"

Hate to break the news to all you "mature" ladies, but you probably don't have the same swagger as viral sensation Nana Feole.

The 88-year-old woman turned weekly lunches with her granddaughter into mini concerts, and she single-handedly boosted the status of octogenarians everywhere.

Sadly, CNN reported that she was recently admitted to a nursing home, but on her good days she is probably a party animal.

Warning: This video contains one instance of foul granny language.

DON'T TOUCH THE STATUE

Common sense should tell you not to mess with a guy who has a holstered gun, even if he is pretending to be a statue.

No, we're not talking about the queen's guard in London. Although that's not a good idea, either.

The last straw in this incident was when some knucklehead gave the performer a wet willie and rubbed his hand all over his face.

LIVE TV PRANK

Speaking of wet willies, one young man decided a live TV newscast was an appropriate time to have his jollies at the expense of his friend.

According to the person who originally posted the video, the kid who pulled the prank is facing possible suspension from the school he attends.

That's what happens when the president of your school – who is a Jesuit priest – is standing right in front of you conducting an interview about the election of a new pope. Brilliant.

MICHAEL POLLACK… AND SOME GUY NAMED BILLY JOEL

How many people get to have an impromptu stage performance with a music legend?

This guy, for starters. He played the iconic New York State of Mind and actually did it justice.

Now if he can get that whole western civilization thing down pat, he has a bright future ahead of him.

"JUST SAY NO" TO STUPID FRIENDS

In case there are any young readers, never forget you don't have to try everything your buddies suggest to find out if it's cool or not.

But how do you know when to say yes and when to tell your friend to get lost?

At the risk of supplanting good parental advice, here's one suggestion: If it involves using your body to conduct a science experiment, it's probably best to pass.

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