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Top 10 Most Watched Youtube Videos in 2007

Year 2007 is bidding goodbye, So I thought this is the right time to post the most watched videos of youtube in 2007. I've made a playlist of the videos and put it in a custom player. Avril Lavigne's Girlfriend lead the list with 66,467,764 views! Here is the top 10 list.

1. Avril Lavigne - Girlfriend - 66,467,764 Views
2. IMVU video - Who Will You Be - 38,151,731
3. Timbaland - The Way I Are - 35,567,367 Views
4. Akon - Don't Matter - 35,403,534 Views
5. Sean Kingston - Beautiful Girls - 30,918,473 Views
6. Potter Puppet Pals in "The Mysterious Ticking Noise" - 29,068,942 Views
7. Soulja Boy Tell Em - Crank That - 27,745,640 Views
8. Mika Grace Kelly - 25,631,982 Views
9. Tuğba Özay ve 250.000ci Üyesi - 25,153,416 Views
10. Rihanna - Don't Stop the Music - 23,638,652 Views

Top 10 in Autos & Vehicles

Top 10 in Comedy

Top 10 in Education

Top 10 in Entertainment

Top 10 in Film & Animation

Top 10 in Howto & Style

Top 10 in Music

Top 10 in News & Politics

Top 10 in People & Blogs

Top 10 in Pets & Animals

Top 10 in Science & Technology

Top 10 in Sports

Top 10 in Travel & Events

Embedding was not enabled in some videos, So I've used a differnt version of the same video in the playlist.

Wishing all readers a very happy and prosperous new year.

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Wow !

Last spring I was walking in a park. A short distance ahead of me was a mom and her three-year-old daughter. The little girl was holding on to a string that was attached to a helium balloon.

All of a sudden, a sharp gust of wind took the balloon from the little girl. I braced myself for some screaming and crying.

But, no! As the little girl turned to watch her balloon go skyward, she gleefully shouted out, Wow!

I didn't realize it at that moment, but that little girl taught me something.

Later that day, I received a phone call from a person with news of an unexpected problem. I felt like responding with Oh no, what should we do But remembering that little girl, I found myself saying, Wow, that's interesting! How can I help you

One thing's for sure - life's always going to keep us off balance with its unexpected problems. That's a given. What's not preordained is our response. We can choose to be frustrated or fascinated.

No matter what the situation, a fascinated Wow! will always beat a frustrated Oh, no.

So the next time you experience one of life's unexpected gusts, remember that little girl and make it a Wow! experience. The Wow! response always works.

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In Pics - Amazing Cardboard Sculptures

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The Street Dentists of India

Want to get that aching tooth extracted? Or do a scaling? Why pay 500 bugs just for an extraction when you can do it for just 20 bugs? Now you may think that I am trying to advertise some cheap dental clinic, well no, its about the street dentists in India.

You can find them in the rural areas of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka (Even in Bangalore!) and may be in more states, Many of them can do almost everything a qualified dentist can do, extraction, scaling and even filling!

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Kent French : The Fastest Clapper in The World

Kent French (AKA Toast) is the fastest clapper in the world, He set the Guinness world record for the most claps in a minute - an astonishing 721 times in 60 seconds, that is an average of 12 claps per second!

Watch Kent in action.

Kent claims that he can 'speed clap' over 16 claps per second. He claps over 12,000 times a week and is currently working on breaking his own record.

You can find more info about Kent in his Website

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In Pics - The Pipeline Aquarium

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Acres of Diamonds

One of the most interesting Americans who lived in the 19th century was a man by the name of Russell Herman Conwell. He was born in 1843 and lived until 1925. He was a lawyer for about fifteen years until he became a clergyman.

One day, a young man went to him and told him he wanted a college education but couldn't swing it financially. Dr. Conwell decided, at that moment, what his aim in life was, besides being a man of cloth - that is. He decided to build a university for unfortunate, but deserving, students. He did have a challenge, however. He would need a few million dollars to build the university. For Dr. Conwell, and anyone with real purpose in life, nothing could stand in the way of his goal.

Several years before this incident, Dr. Conwell was tremendously intrigued by a true story - with its ageless moral. The story was about a farmer who lived in Africa and through a visitor became tremendously excited about looking for diamonds. Diamonds were already discovered in abundance on the African continent and this farmer got so excited about the idea of millions of dollars worth of diamonds that he sold his farm to head out to the diamond line. He wandered all over the continent, as the years slipped by, constantly searching for diamonds, wealth, which he never found. Eventually he went completely broke and threw himself into a river and drowned.

Meanwhile, the new owner of his farm picked up an unusual looking rock about the size of a country egg and put it on his mantle as a sort of curiosity. A visitor stopped by and in viewing the rock practically went into terminal convulsions. He told the new owner of the farm that the funny looking rock on his mantle was about the biggest diamond that had ever been found. The new owner of the farm said, "Heck, the whole farm is covered with them" - and sure enough it was.

The farm turned out to be the Kimberly Diamond Mine...the richest the world has ever known. The original farmer was literally standing on "Acres of Diamonds" until he sold his farm.

Dr. Conwell learned from the story of the farmer and continued to teach it's moral. Each of us is right in the middle of our own "Acre of Diamonds", if only we would realize it and develop the ground we are standing on before charging off in search of greener pastures. Dr. Conwell told this story many times and attracted enormous audiences. He told the story long enough to have raised the money to start the college for underprivileged deserving students. In fact, he raised nearly six million dollars and the university he founded, Temple University in Philadelphia, has at least ten degree-granting colleges and six other schools.

When Doctor Russell H. Conwell talked about each of us being right on our own "Acre of Diamonds", he meant it. This story does not get will be true forever...

Opportunity does not just come along - it is there all the time - we just have to see it.

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This is How Pepsi is Made in India?

I got these pictures through email, Just had a look and I said goodbye to all those bottled drinks.

Finding the right falvour...

The bottles have to be clean..

Placing the bottles in the tray...

Filling the bottles with so called Pepsi..

Now its time to carbonate...

Any bubbles inside?

Gotta find the right caps...

Almost over...capping the bottles...

And finally...Quality checking...Its Done!

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Would You Like to Stay in This Cave?

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Everything Fu*ks in China - Funny Chinese Mistranslations

Chinese mistranslations is not a new thing, you can see quite a lot of chinglish in The Chinglish Pool.

Now this is something different, I call it FUNGLISH, because it is funny and its full of the 'F' word. Everything Fu*ks in China?

Now, how did this happen? Read The Etiology and Elaboration of a Flagrant Mistranslation.

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