The “Hello, I’m Shelley Duvall” Medical Breakthrough

As any doctor will tell you, there is still so much that we don’t know about the human brain. What is it made out of? Who is in charge of it? How many brains does each person have? (I’m not sure if these are the actual questions that scientists are still grappling with, but they sound right.) But there is one recent medical breakthrough that gets us one step closer to fully understanding these magical grapefruits we have in our heads. I’m talking, of course, about the Internet Supercut. We now know that if you edit together a video in which the same thing happens over and over again, the human brain will, for whatever reason, want very much to watch that whole video. For example, when presented with a whole video of Shelly Duvall just saying, “Hello, I’m Shelley Duvall” in different dresses in front of different backdrops, the human mind’s automated response is “Bleep bloop blop yes me watch this bop boop bong.” Observe:

For your health! (Thanks for the tip, Louis.)