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

#65 - Liam Sullivan's 'Shoes'

Comedian Liam Sullivan paved the road for 'D*ck in a Box' and similar comedy videos with his ode to a girl named Kelly and her relentless shoe addiction, instantly resulting in "Clueless"-like lexicon quoting with the word "betch." Interestingly, it wasn't even the comedian himself who posted the video... it was lifted and posted by a fan. 'Shoes' currently boasts over 25 million views. -SL



#64 - La Caida de Edgar (Edgar's Fall)

The video, which features two young cousins hiking in the Northeastern Mexican town of Monterey, is one of the most popular in YouTube history. Almost overnight Edgar became a national celebrity; he appeared in newspapers and on TV, starred in an ad-campaign for cookies, and inspired remixes, ringtones, and games. One website even proposed that Edgar run for President of Mexico. -JB



#63 - Gellieman, Aicha

According to Internet lore, "Gellieman" was just a Belgian kid with a webcam and a love for 'Aicha,' a ballad translated from French by pop group Outlandish. But when Gellieman -- one Jelle Buelens -- decided to shoot his own low-budg, karaoke version of the song, replete with terrible graphics and stilted "choreography," a viral video was born. The poor kid surely didn't get it easy once his alter ego of Gellieman spiraled into the webosphere, but considering that the video surfaced in the era before YouTube, it would take years for it to really gain traction and surface a plethora of awesome tribute videos. -EG




#62 - Peanut Butter Jelly Time

Even before appearing in the iconic flash animation 'Peanut Butter Jelly Time' the dancing banana had gained considerable internet fame as a popular emoticon on many forums and message boards. By the time Peanut Butter Jelly Time hit the web in the early 2000s, the dancing banana had already achieved more than most memes do in a lifetime. Still, the fateful pairing of the pixelated banana's dance moves and DJ Chipman's Peanut Butter Jelly Time propelled the banana to Internet immortality. PBJT has been referenced many times on television (most notable on Family Guy) and was the inspiration for countless other videos including Peanut Butter Federline and Fat Kid Dancing to Peanut Butter Jelly Time. - JB



#61 - Inmate Thriller Dance


Internet trollers declared the mandatory dance routines at Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center to be torture, but it was anything but for the 22 million plus viewers who were entranced by Filipino inmates and their synchronized versions of pop songs, like Michael Jackson's Thriller and, naturally, Village People's YMCA. Also, see some of our other favorite Thriller performances. – SL