Feb 24, 2013
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What it seems to be is not a dance craze but, rather, an Internet-language craze, a replication based on imitating the syntax of a particular video. With other dance crazes, you could use whatever music you liked and twerk or do the dougie, but you did have to get those dances roughly right to be part of the phenomenon.
Shake What Your Internet Friend Gave You: Baauer and “Harlem Shake” : The New Yorker
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