When my family gets together, we play "Apples to Apples" and try not to let our religious arguments get too personal. When the family in the video above gets together, they make rad, '80s-inspired video tributes to their brother.
"We Are Brothers" was ostensibly made by two siblings, "Rufus Starlight" and "Baddy Paris," and has racked up more than half a million views since being posted to YouTube Monday. And it's pretty awesome/touching in a nonsappy way. Apparently prompted by their brother's pending nuptials, the video recaps the men's mutual past: "You were a loser/Your haircut was a mullet"; "I used to change your nappy." It implores the brother not to leave his family.