[credit provider=”YouTube”] Over the last month, 30-second video clips of costumed people dancing spastically to the now-familiar refrain of “The Harlem Shake” have taken over the internet.If you have a wifi connection, then you’ve probably seen the meme. (Whether you understand it or not is another issue entirely.)
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Up to 15 Australian gold miners were fired after performing a rendition of the “Harlem Shake” deep beneath the earth’s surface, according to The West Australian (via The Daily News).
The ‘Harlam Shake’ meme, which involves one lone person dancing to an electronic music song by Baauer, before a group of people begin dancing when the song “drops,” began in Australia earlier this year, but soon spread around the world.
CNBC’s “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer has also made a YouTube video for the latest meme craze — the “Harlem Shake”.
The Miami Heat jumped on the “Harlem Shake” bandwagon with one of the better versions of the video craze that we have seen.
A group of college students are the subject of a Federal Aviation Administration investigation, after making a video of their version of the Harlem Shake dance on Frontier Airlines flight.
The latest meme to take over the Internet is the “Harlem Shake.” (We don’t get why either.) But there’s a huge problem with this meme: it’s not even close to what the Harlem Shake actually is.