StumbleUpon reports that these are 12 most-liked humor videos of 2013. They tell us a lot about ourselves:
12. Evil laughter baby
What happens: A small girl watches as her toy truck rolls off the side of a table, then laughs maniacally.
11. Aspiring speechwriter boy
What happens: A little boy, having just learned to ride a bicycle, gives an inspiring speech in which he implores people to believe in themselves.
What this says about 2013: We enjoyed children who applied clichés.
10. The agility course squirrel
What happens: A squirrel completes an obstacle course. The video is set to the high-adventure theme song of Mission: Impossible. At the end, the squirrel gets a nut.
9. The enchanted shadow math teacher
What happens: During a lecture, a math teacher's computer display is projected on a screen. The math teacher's shadow appears to move on the screen independent of the teacher.
What this says about 2013: We applauded teachers who brought magic back into the classroom.
8. The unfortunate telemarketer
What happens: This is a voice recording where Tom Mabe pranks a telemarketer, leading the telemarketer to believe that the person he has called has been murdered and that the telemarketer is now a suspect in the investigation.
What this says about 2013: We wanted telemarketers to suffer.
7. The sarcastic teacher message
What happens: This is supposed to be a recording of an answering machine's outgoing message at a school in Australia. The voice sarcastically skewers helicopter parents. It ends on a xenophobic note ("If you want this [message] in another language, move to a country that speaks it" — yeesh).
What this says about 2013: We loved teachers with sass, even if they were xenophobic.
6. The Whose Line Is It Anyway? clip that's still funny
What happens: The four men play an improv game where three have to act out a scene and the fourth plays the "Hollywood director" who sets the tone.
5. The dancing sobriety test
4. The morphing tourists
What happens: Two girls ask people to take a photo of them. The appear to morph into two old men.
3. The sleepover game for men
What happens: In a segment from Tosh.0, host Daniel Tosh plays a game called "Sports or Consequences," which is truth or dare for bros. He wins every challenge, while his opponents have to face the consequences for their losses.
What it says about 2013: We appreciated bros being bros.