You wish you had had this idea. Mike Hudak runs an outfit called Blip.tv. It's a great service that I have used to host the on-demand versions of a live webcast we do called The B-Cast. I've met Mike and talked to him a couple of times. He's certainly savvy about web video.
While many of us pay attention to popular videos that are getting lots of traffic on YouTube, Mike has gone in the opposite direction. He's launched a new blog called Zero Views. CNN describes it this way:
A new blog that scrapes the bottom of the YouTube barrel for the most entertainingly awful clips. At the time they were discovered on YouTube and re-posted, each of these videos had attracted literally zero views.
We can't vouch for the wholesomeness or redeeming qualities of these videos in any way shape or form. But you can learn how to treat hamsters at the dinner table: