If you watched the season premier of Saturday Night Live, you already know what I’m talking about.

For those that didn’t, host Dane Cook did a stand-up set for his monologue, and dedicated a couple minutes to YouTube. His joke centered around the idea that there were so many videos now up on YouTube, that you could pretty much just “punch the keyboard” and you’d find a bunch of videos on that search term.

His specific example for that punch was “A:F6”

As of this evening, there are 330 videos on YouTube with that title, and nearly all of them were posted in the past two days. Another amazing example of how social networking moves quickly, independently and in a vastly more creative way than many marketers are used to.

Check out some of the creativity here.