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47 Best Vines Of The Week, In One Video: Oct. 7 - Oct. 11, 2013

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Vine, Twitter’s micro-video social network, is perhaps the best form of entertainment for Generation Distraction. With a limit of 6 seconds per video, it’s easy for viewers to absorb a diverse array of content in just a few minutes and forces Vine-makers to be concise with their creations. The result is a steady supply of some of the most hilarious, surprising and inventive mini-movies around.

To celebrate this relatively new media, we'll be doing a weekly compilation of our favorite Vines. This week we have everything from a cannibalistic hot dog to a guy who just wants a little privacy to cocoon and, of course, a lazy werwolf. If you see something you like, we encourage you to follow its creator on Vine and if there’s something you don’t like, well, just wait a few seconds and it will be over.

Video produced by Oliver Noble and Hannah Levy

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