Fine, Damnit, We'll Write About the Harlem Shake

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Remember this? No? Exactly.

But the Harlem Shake? I've seen nothing (aside from that washing machine getting wrecked) to indicate this is something worth taking your time out for. On top of that, it's making the people of Harlem very sad.

In summary, please view "The Ketchup Song" and let it remind you how wonderful it is when everyone bands together and collectively forgets something. If that doesn't do it for you, there should be a link to the Macarena on the side there somewhere.

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Joey
Joey

From what I can tell, it looks like there's no consistency here. Other than 99% of the participants in any given video having a seizure I guess? Pretty confusing.

Lossy Dreamsequence
Lossy Dreamsequence

I WILL NEVER FORGET THE COLLECTIVE FUN PEOPLE HAD IN EVERY VIDEO. IT'S THE ONLY SILLY AWESOME THING THAT HAPPENS IN 30 SECONDS. SHOW ME ANOTHER 30 SECOND VIDEO THAT IS NEARLY AS FUNNY OR LOOKS AS FUN. Why do some people just want it to die? They must be fun haters.

danbecker33
danbecker33

Wow.  Super ignorant article on what is actually an amazing story about a little know but extremely talented electronic music producer becoming famous almost overnight via the power of social media.  For your own sake Drew take another look at this story and listen to some Baauer while you do it. https://soundcloud.com/baauer  

conformity
conformity

@danbecker33 How utterly careless of me. I truly apologize. What an incredible story. I will look forward to seeing this bright and innovative artist at the 2023 Gathering of the Juggalos with an overdue collaboration with Coolio.

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