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Your Week in Viral Videos: 'You ought to be in pictures'

Triston Gailey, 3, gets his board ready for a ride. (Source: SanLuisObispoTribune/YouTube) Triston Gailey, 3, gets his board ready for a ride. (Source: SanLuisObispoTribune/YouTube)

(RNN) - Who hasn't dreamed about what a movie about their life would look like?

A few unsuspecting pedestrians no longer have to wonder what the trailer would be, at the very least.

Prankster Jon Bailey trailed random people and narrated their "movies" based totally on what he observed within seconds of seeing them.

Never too young

No weekly version of YWVV would be complete without an "awww" moment.

Todd Gailey and his 3-year-old son, Triston, delivered that when the two went surfing together.

The kid looks more like a pro than most people reading this ever will, and he may not even be able to read or write his name yet.

Coming clean

If prosecutors tried cases against more people like Matthew Cordle, the legal channels might get muddled less often.

Cordle admitted to driving while drunk and killing another driver in a video that was posted to YouTube.

His message was more cautionary than heroic and a sad reminder that good judgment is priceless.

Your work commute isn't THIS bad

Two seconds into the video below, you can see a large rock at the top of a mountain begin to tumble, but it seems most people driving on the road don't.

You think you hate traffic jams in 5 p.m. traffic? Try getting caught behind one caused by a rockslide.

ALSO WATCH:

Warning: Twerking can be dangerous

Tough dad, cute daughter. 'Nuff said.

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