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Your Week in Viral Videos: We're (not) in this together

Conference calls are this generation's solution for people in different places working on the same project. (Source: Tripp and Tyler/YouTube) Conference calls are this generation's solution for people in different places working on the same project. (Source: Tripp and Tyler/YouTube)

(RNN) - Oh, the joys of working in a corporate environment - the pressure, the cubicles and last but not least, the conference calls.

A conference call would not be complete without a roster full of the usual players. There is the person who always - always! - arrives late, insists he/she doesn't need catching up and five minutes later asks a previously discussed question.

We have the person who talks for 30 seconds before realizing the mute button on. And the person who distracts everyone with random sounds in the background - can't forget about that one.

Yet somehow, from this exercise of (in)efficiency, the team makes sure the collaborations go smoothly. Most of the time.

NFL Bad Lip reading, Part II

Peyton Manning is playing in the Super Bowl and is one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, but I bet you didn't know he's grossed out by denim golf jeans and Voldemort.

He's a complex man, you see. But Bad Lip Reading, which specializes in hilarious voice overs of all things pop culture, makes it all clear.

Twerk the night away

What do the storm troopers from Star Wars and Miley Cyrus have in common?

Yes, that was a serious question. Stop twerking smirking.

If you're open for some optical disturbance, check out this video of those famous cronies of the dark side doing their best Miley-at-the-VMAs imitation. And if you're brave, you can find out who the dancing storm troopers are in a behind-the-scenes video.

Arnold wants to pump you up

Maybe it's the muscles, the Austrian accent that still hasn't disappeared or the trademark smile, but Arnold Schwarzenegger is someone you would recognize anywhere.

You'd probably even recognize him in a ponytail wig and glued-on mustache... while he was hanging out at Gold's Gym... giving a woman tips on how many "reps" to take at the water fountain.

Yeeeaaaah. Thank goodness this was for a worthy cause.

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