While the general content on YouTube has changed significantly over the years, once in a while, you get one of those magical nuggets of true, random epicness like this. Who would have ever thought carving Zelda-ish ocarinas out of sweet potatoes and gourds would be the best thing you'd see online all day? Honestly, it might be better than Bevo attacking the Georgia bulldog mascot!

This is how YouTube used to be. Hilariously random strangers producing content for pure joy, not click-baiting their way to a gold play button and money. After two years of being force-fed YouTube Red, music, and YouTube TV options, there might be hope for the future of crazy strangers sharing their own unique passions.