OK, this is admittedly just dumb, but I found it mildly amusing:
Any problem can be treated by rubbing some bacon on it:
The same guys, Rhett & Link, have done several amusing videos based on YouTube's automated captioning feature, which attempts to create captions based on computer speech recognition, something that is significantly less than perfect. Rhett & Link write some short skit and record it, then perform it over again, this time using the words YouTube's captioning engine thought they were saying. The results range from incoherent to weird to hilarious.