[inline:waffl]In the summer of 2007, Jon Lajoie swallowed a gallon of moxie, and took the YouTube world by storm. His incredibly popular videos of him singing songs about pedophile beards, rapist glasses, and a load of other topics that would make your grandmother cringe put him on the map and solidified his funnyman status. But even though Lajoie has blown up since he hit the scene, the video above is a perfect example of how he still remains just an "Everyday Normal Guy." Um, sort of. Through their popularity, Jon's videos landed him a role on this fall's best new comedy, "The League." In the show he plays the ever aloof Taco, a man so ignorant when it comes to fantasy football or anything that doesn't include sex, that during the group's fantasy draft he tried to pick a player from the CFL. The clever Canadian doesn't just make funny videos about absurd things and act in sitcoms, he is also a stand-up comedian who recently filmed an episode for Comedy Central Presents, which will be airing in the near future. After the jump we have Jon's most recent music video, entitled "WTF Collective," a hip-hop inspired video that spoofs different kind of rapping techniques.
And here's another one: