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Video: Dude Tortures Sister With 4 Hours Of Lip-Syncing, Gets Serious Side Eye

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Sometimes, road trips with family can be fun, and other times torturous, especially when your brother insists on lip-syncing for four hours.

Brian Anderson, who works as a 9-1-1 dispatcher for the San Diego Fire Department, told the Huffington Post that he and his sister went on a 7-hour road trip—and he sang and lip-synced for four of those hours. He recorded the whole thing on the dashboard of his car, capturing his sister's glares and side eye looks, which he says are very real. Then he recently posted the video onto his YouTube page, where he has a few other videos of himself driving solo in his car singing along to Taylor Swift songs.

We're actually pretty impressed with Anderson's wide range of musical choices, from his emotive Backstreet Boys to Blink-182 and Andrea Bocelli. And oh yes, he also tackles and dances to "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)."

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