YouTube.com is the single greatest thing to happen to the 21st century. Basically there is no reason to own a television set; if I want to be entertained by moving pictures and sound I just type in "silly kitten" or "weird japanese game show" or "(name of band I didn't get into until after they'd long since broken up) live" or "farting baby" or pretty much anything that sounds remotely interesting, and I'm set for a good long while. But there's more entertainment to be gleaned from YouTube than just passively watching shakey cellphone videos. Presenting, for the first time ever, a fun game that you can play alone or with other people: JOE MATHLETE STUMPS YOUTUBE.
I came up with a list of search terms designed to test the limits of YouTube's vast database of content. Read over the videos I hoped to discover, then see if you can guess which of these did and did not yield results (as of 11 AM CST, anyway... and no fair cheating and messing with your own video descriptions to get a perfect score, because cheating is for cheaters and cheaters only win if they cheat, which is a thing only cheaters do (see earlier in this sentence)). Bonus points if you can name the total number of returned results, and bonus bonus points if you can name the individual returned results for an individual term. Answers are in the comments section. And remember-- no cheating!
Fat girl wearing overalls playing piano
Batman taking smoke break
Cat sleeping on bulldozer
Two doctors holding hands in front of Chinese restaurant
Nuns playing hopscotch
Kitty Cat Jamboree
She Hulk going to the bathroom
Transsexual with Pokemon band aid
A whole bunch of people tap dancing
Dog giving itself haircut
Preschooler smashing light bulbs with hammer
Sandwich with hypodermic needle sticking out
Purple Doo Doo Bird