Urlesque counts down the top 100 viral videos in the history of the web.

#85 - Dog Saves Injured Dog From Freeway

Restoring faith in the animal kingdom after too many shark attack videos, this footage captured from a surveillance camera in Chile shows a dog getting hit by a car on the freeway. Then, in an act causing tears to flow across the globe, another dog risked life and limb to save the injured one. Both dogs' identities remain a mystery, although we sadly discovered that the injured one did end up passing away. -LW

#84 - Trapped In An Elevator

Nicholas White
, a 34-year-old production manager at Business Week, was trapped in an elevator on his way home from work. Unfortunately for him, it wasn't your run-of-the-mill elevator malfunction. White stayed in that elevator for 41 hours. His desperation to escape or notify something of his problem soon turned to resignation and was all captured on the surveillance cameras -- which, after being up, was put on YouTube and went viral immediately. White was eventually rescued and promptly let go after he sued the elevator-maintenance company for twenty-five million dollars (He settled for a whole lot less.) -LW

All it took was a flash animation video from a poorly translated Japanese video game and, all of the sudden, an internet sensation was born. Originally posted on forums like "Something Awful," the video's signature mistranslation: "all your base are belong to us" grew to bonafide viral-status spawning remixes, pop culture shout outs and even screen prints! - JA

#82 - Guinness World Record for Most T-Shirts Worn at One Time

You may have seen this one included in Weezer's 'Pork and Beans' video, but the Guinness World Record for most T-shirts worn at once lives on YouTube with over 9 million views. Radio host, Matt McAllister of Phoenix's KNIX originally set the record (as seen here) but was quickly overthrown by the YouTube masses. - LW

#81 - Tron Guy

Computer programmer Jay Maynard aka Tron Guy was an Internet sensation before he even graced the pages of the web's silver screen. Pictures of Jay in his homemade Tron suit made the rounds on just about every message board around, and it was only a matter of time before he'd climbed out of his digital world and onto YouTube. -JB