UMD Harlem Shake Video

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TimK

about 9 years ago

This makes the RGC video even more awesome.

Cory Fechner

about 9 years ago

Awesome! I think PDD may have to do its own Harlem Shake.

This is one of my fav Harlem Shake vids.

Cory Fechner

about 9 years ago

I will also say, SEOmoz, PDD's search optimization software partner did a fun version as well on Wednesday.

Paul Lundgren

about 9 years ago



Mix 108 did an OK job, but with nobody frantically 69ing Santa Claus it will have to come in second to UMD.

spy1

about 9 years ago

Somebody's humping fiercely in the upper right but too much going on to notice.

wildgoose

about 9 years ago

Well, I am now so old and out-of-it that this is the first I have even heard of this new dance craze.  I am so ashamed.

This one from CSS popped up in the window and it is pretty good in its own way.  The mascot (I forget his name) does a pretty mean robot for being a giant stuffed dog.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kw8lGHNvtLo

Paul Lundgren

about 9 years ago

The Harlem Shake thing is official over, but in the interest of equal time and the historic record we better include UW-Superior.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_BPkEoQzJk&feature=player_embedded

Les F

about 9 years ago

UMD still gets my vote with Bad Santa in the front.

spy1

about 9 years ago

Paul, Nebraska version confirms your thoughts.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JQ6BK4XHMU&feature=player_embedded

B-man

about 9 years ago

Now they have gone too far and the Feds are investigating.

'Harlem Shake' on a plane has FAA investigating

Les F

about 9 years ago

Feds will be too busy being furloughed shortly. Hopefully they will put terrorists in front of Harlem Shake mid-air incidents.  Then again....

in.dog.neato

about 9 years ago

I don't get it.

I knew a guy when I was in the Navy who had a mild case of Tourette syndrome and would flail around like that when he got his hands on a Snickers bar.

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