In a year full of "Gangnam Style" and "Call Me Maybe" parody videos, which ones did people talk the most about on YouTube?

YouTube came up with the top videos of the year by assessing the shares, searches, parodies, remixes, responses, and views per video.

These are the videos people shared the most in 2012.

10. Felix Baumgartner's supersonic freefall

Baumgartner's attempt to break the sound barrier on October 14 from a free fall of 128,000 feet was watched by eight million people live on YouTube.

Current Views: 30.6 million 

9. "Facebook parenting for the troubled teen."

Most kids would probably be mortified if their parents ever read through all their Facebook posts. This parent's reaction to his 15-year-old daughter's critical post quickly went viral. The video earned 11 million views in one day.

Current Views: 35.5 million

8. Lindsey Sterling's dubstep violin video

If you've never seen one of Sterling's violin videos, watch this one where she's rocking out in a crystallized winter wonderland. The video makes the list for its more than 500,000 likes.

Current Views: 38.5 million

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