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Your Week in Viral Videos: Unique talents are everywhere

(RNN) – If you're not skiing down mountainsides while playing trombones in your spare time, then you're just wasting your life away.

This talented young man writes his own songs and apparently uses birds and squirrels as his test audience.

Just in case you're not having enough fun while you're visiting Lake Tahoe, you should give this a try.

PATRIOTIC … AND VERY CONFUSED

This Land is Your Land and Ol' McDonald are famous enough songs that they don't need any help, but no one bothered to tell this woman.

Somewhere a mixture of gospel and the sweet, sweet heavenly blessing of hot sauce and chitterlings (that's not a joke) came into play. We think it was about the one-minute mark of the video.

If this doesn't scream desperate attempt to get more followers, nothing does.

TO PROTECT, SERVE AND ENTERTAIN

Just admit it, you've wished a police chase that was broadcast on live TV come right past your window.

Maybe not, but it's still cool to watch it happen to someone else.

Hopefully, this is not the most interesting thing that ever happens to the person who posted this video.

NFL SOUNDS YOU NEVER HEAR

Just go ahead and subscribe to Bad Lip reading on YouTube so we can dedicate space to equally deserving, yet not quite as hilarious viral videos.

Adrian Peterson going bonkers over orange peanuts and Mike Tomlin's awareness about the odd smell emanating near his vicinity will change the way you look at pro football players.

RAY LEWIS DANCES ON BUILDING

We'll stick with the NFL to round out this week's batch of videos and bring you one of the greatest pro football players ever – well, sort of.

A laser show on a building showed a large image of Lewis doing his famous pregame dance. It was the stuff of legend, just like him on Sundays.

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