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KG-FILM-GUYS-2.jpgIn August, I wrote about Smosh, two Carmichael guys who have conquered YouTube with their goofy, witty homemade videos. Said videos feature pals Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox either dancing and lip-syncing to kids' TV show theme songs or singing their own songs. One of their clips - "The Pokemon Theme Music Video," to be exact - is one of YouTube's most-viewed videos ever.

Fast forward to the present and the Smosh guys have uploaded a new video for you - just in time for the holidays.

The clip for Boxman's Christmas (also available at Smosh.com) is the heartwarming story of a, uh, lonely box who escapes near death (box cutter- wielding thugs) and, of course, discovers the true meaning of the holidays.

There's a rap, a lot of snow, danger, holiday lights and ... well, you kind of have to just watch it for yourself if you want to understand the worldwide phenomenon that is Smosh.

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