If you are at work, you'll probably be best served by not clicking any of the links provided below. Well, at work in the United States, at least. One of the great things about life in the UK is that the boundary of what is acceptable viewing is a fair distance from that found in the God Blessed United States of America.
When I've got nothing to do on campus, I usually wander over to the graduate centre (the graduate centre because I am old and busted and because they have a cafe area where you can sit and do nothing for several hours) where they have a 9-foot-high projection-screen television that airs music videos most of the time.
It seems that at least once a day I see this video of Alex Gaudino's "Destination Calabria." The really amazing thing about this video is that its makers have somehow taken every thought I had in high school, condensed them to 3 minutes 12 seconds, and put the whole thing to music.
Also on rotation is the much-better-sounding but slightly less catering-to-Chris'-sick-sick-mind video for Fedde Le Grande's "The Creeps" (The girl who bites her finger at 1:10. What's that about? Does it matter?).
De Souza's "Guilty" is also shown seemingly twice an hour, but it just doesn't have the same transfixing quality. You have to give it points, though, for the scenes featuring a bloke off the Village People hitting a prisoner with a phallic pink "nightstick." Nothing says "Sexay!" like police brutality.