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Extended Cut YTMNDs take sound clips of people singing a long note (or saying/shouting a word in a similar matter), and edit them to make them go on for even longer.
- Sound File: A single word (or a lyric with a long note in a song), edited to prolong the word itself. For example, in David Hasselhoff's "Du", during the definitive " " line, it has been edited so that Hasselhoff holds the note an improbably long time, as can be heard .
- Image: Sometimes the image depicting the extended cut has been modified so that the main focus of the image is longer.
- Zoomed Text: Optionally, the text transcribes the lenghened word. Often confined to one line in such a way that the text doesn't look right when zoomed.
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