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Impress your friends - and lose some in the process - by showing off just how much money you have. (Source: David Correos/YouTube) Impress your friends - and lose some in the process - by showing off just how much money you have. (Source: David Correos/YouTube)

(RNN) - Got money worries? You probably do, which makes you just like almost everyone else - including the government.

But YouTube user David Correos has a solution. We don't want to ruin the surprise, so here's a hint - glue stick meets paper money, meets a shirtless man who has never met a treadmill.

It's weird, yes, but if you care about your social and financial standing, you will consider wearing a suit made entirely of dollar bills.

Catch me if you can

Anyone on the fence about buying a dog should skip further down the page if they're trying to avoid making the decision as an emotional impulse.

Even if you don't plan on getting a dog, the "awws" packed into two minutes of huskies playing with each other might swing you the other way.

Last chance to scroll down the page without doing something stupid. You've been warned.

The (un)happiest moment of your life

Right smack in the middle of a couple's wedding ceremony, the minister impolitely told photographers to get out of the way.

Obviously, there were either no pre-ceremony discussions about this or there was a misunderstanding.

Communication is everything, people, and it has to start before you say "I do." Oh, and the look on the groom's face - priceless!

Bird's-eye view

Since the debut of a video that showed an eagle's point of view with a camera strapped to its back while in flight, debate has begun on whether it's real or fake.

Disclaimer: If it is fake, we don't care. At the very least it's a great idea and a beautiful glimpse of French mountains.

Imagination can't be manufactured, only the things that come from it.

Beer plumbing

We already gave away too much with one video today; we won't make the same mistake again.

Besides, the video title speaks for itself (full version here).

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