First day of school: The five best YouTube videos

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Today, most Denver kids head back to school. And since this is 2011, they'll probably all rush home, vlog about it and upload said vlogs to YouTube. So to celebrate the first day of school, we bring you five of the best back-to-school YouTube videos. Volume Two. (Click here to watch Volume One, 2010 edition.)

Nothing says "first day of school" like porkchop shorts.

Young children made this video. It includes murder and making out.

In which Joseph has a spider in his hair and it's, like, super funny and stuff.

Wondering what to do if "a cute guy comes around?" Wonder no more.

Worst. Mom. Ever.

More from our Videos archives: "Marriage proposal goes viral: Greeley's Josh Mullin unknowingly proposes on live TV."

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