Haha. Those are good suggestions, RC
. I liked especially this (since my English listening comprehension isn't the best one and this was slow enough to understand):
Here are still some good videos I could share. This is Pertti "Spede" Pasanen, he was one of our most popular comedians:
And this one is actually from Sweden. It's a pity that I didn't find any video with English subtitles, the story behind that is IMO very amusing and perhaps I should tell something about the background of that. Well, actually it's a larger fairytale, made for children but it can be very interesting also in grown-up perspective (at least I love it how it describes the soul landscape of a little boy and the history). It tells about a little swedish (the early 20th century) boy and how he always plays all kind of amusing tricks. His dad and mom always lock him into a shed for punishing him after those tricks and he whittles human figures there, one figure per a trick. Actually the film footage bases on books and I've read them when I was child. If my memory serves me, the fairytale tells that the boy had finally 101 human figure when he grew up and quitted play tricks.
Here's two videos that you can perhaps understand without subtitles/dubbing (at least I understand them, I know Swedish but since I haven't actually dealt with it after spring 2008 my skills aren't good enough anymore so I could know what they say):