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Submitted by mpctips 744d ago | video

Chip Crazy: Intel Does the Harlem Shake

Maximum PC: Oh Internet, are there no bounds to your silliness? It sure doesn't appear that way, with the newest fad sweeping through cyberspace being the Harlem Shake. Variations of the meme are racking up millions of hits on YouTube, and everyone seems to be doing it, possibly even your grandmother. Intel uploaded its own version of the Harlem Shake featuring an engineer in full costume and a dude with a horse head who comically strolls casually by as if it's just another day in Santa Clara. (Culture, Intel, Video, YouTube)

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Vishaka  +   744d ago
I'm becoming despondent with how lame society is becoming lol
LOL_WUT  +   743d ago
Agreed first that damn gangam style whatever song now this? Meh..
Speed-Racer  +   743d ago
Your problem is that you haven't looked at the right one. http://www.youtube.com/watc...
fatstarr  +   743d ago
lol trap music went mainstream

its the new dubstep now.
Vishaka  +   743d ago
I dont like harlem shake. But here take my like for putting so much effort into making this!
shackdaddy  +   743d ago
Just found out what Harlem shake was a day ago.

Already hate it...
BlmThug  +   743d ago
I still don't know what this Harlem Shake is
profgerbik  +   743d ago
Supposed to be funny? I really don't get the point of this at all.

It isn't entertaining, not amusing and not funny. Everyone is doing this crap now.. I guess because everyone wants to be so "hood" these days, it's supposed to appeal to those people?

Ugh.. shoot me.
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