Infinite Solutions was a series of clips that generally parodied a science television show. The production was great. The clips were hilarious. Unfortunately, they stopped making the clips a few years ago. But the site is still up, and the clips can still be found on the site's YouTube channel. Here are two quick one to give you some idea:
After a while, the series started getting more and more vague about whether the presented advice would really work or not. People who were new to the series and saw clips like the following, with serious-faced hosts and slick video production, started to ask themselves "Wait...does that actually work?"
What makes this video series even more funny, are the comments people leave. It's hard to say which of the following is the funniest:
1) The video itself
2) People who think the clip is serious and that the experiment works (or at the very least, question whether it could be real)
3) People who KNOW it's a joke, but play along and pretend it works, usually just to mess with the heads of the people in #2.
4) OR finally, the self-righteous dorks who post "this is fake! u r all idiots!!!!11", patting themselves on the back for knowing and telling us that this is fake.
Not surprisingly, most people in groups #2 and #4 write English about as well as a six year-old kid does.
Check out the rest of the clips on the channel or the main website. Hilarious stuff.