Our insatiable need to rank things at the end of the year has finally gotten what it deserved: A list of Internet videos that failed to make any impact whatsoever. Check out the Least Viral Videos from Wednesday's "Conan" above.
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Because the Internet needed an even MORE confusing way to communicate.
Who would have thought that Sesame Street would be mentioned almost as much as Wall Street during the election?
Let's be real: we were ALL a little grumpy this year.
Honey Boo Boo
Bless her heart.
Is there a better metaphor for the 90s than a crying James Van Der Beek?
The Internet, where even our parodies get parodied.
McKayla Maroney Is Not Impressed
When you see it...
Sh*t People Say
People had <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/05/shit-girls-say-parodies-video_n_1187158.html">a LOT of sh*t </a>to say in 2012. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/16/shit-girls-say-parodies-video_n_1208835.html">Maybe too much</a>.
Texts From Hillary
Spinning Lana Del Rey
"Saturday Night Live" had no idea what they were getting into when they gave Lana Del Rey unlimited spinning time during her musical performance.
Menacing Josh Romney
Thanks to this meme, we know who would have REALLY been president if Mitt Romney had won.
Clint Eastwood's Chair
2011 had "Planking." 2012 was all about <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/31/eastwooding-photos-pictures_n_1847303.html">"Eastwooding."</a>
Just when we thought nothing else funny was going to happen in 2012, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/13/ikea-monkey-tattoo-photo_n_2293759.html">they find a monkey wandering around outside of an Ikea in Canada</a> -- who also happened to be wearing a winter coat.
Time Magazine's Breastfeeding Mom
The look on this child's face alone was worth 1000 memes.
Angelina Jolie's Leg
The slit that launched 1000 memes.
Overly Attached Girlfriend
Don't stare into her eyes.
Botched Ecco Painting
The botched 17th century Fresco restoration may have left Jesus unrecognizable, but the Internet made sure that smirk <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/11/ikea-monkey-painting-botched-fresco-jesus_n_2280418.html">made it onto just about everything</a>.
By far one of the Internet's most important cats of 2012.
Bad Luck Brian
Nothing goes right for this guy.
NASA Mohawk Guy
How could you not fall in love with that? HE PUTS THINGS INTO SPACE.
Binders Full Of Women
Thank you, Mitt Romney. Bonus: it made an awesome, non-slutty Halloween costume for women this year.
Ridiculously Photogenic Guy
No one looks this good while running a marathon. NO ONE.
Call Me Maybe
In 2012 we probably listened to "Call Me Maybe" parodies more often than the actual song.
It spread as quickly as "Call Me Maybe," only this time there was a horsey dance. That plus the fact that you can substitute "Gangnam" with just about any word made it the most viral thing of the year.
What People Think I Do
The first time we saw this meme, we chuckled. But soon enough, Facebook was overrun with people talking about themselves and what they do... Oh wait, that's Facebook <em>every day</em>.
Cats have ruled the Internet for far too long. In 2012, dogs finally got the attention they deserve (even if it was basically public humiliation).
White People Problems
We'll always remember 2012 as the year we mocked/acknowledged the things we take for granted every day (and complain about constantly on Twitter).
We can't wait until this is explained to him later.