The winter weather might be settling it, but that doesn't mean your ears have to be left out in the cold. Check out this round of Free Beats, featuring the music from Misser, Hesta Prynn and City Rain.
You know that your viral phenomenon has surpassed its expiration date when it has even filtered down to horses.
Nevertheless, the irony of this effervescent equine doing a dance which emulates the riding of its own species is not lost on it, but taken as a sign of liberation.
Those haters who say that doing Gangnam style looks like you have to take a crap in the streets will probably be proven correct in this instance.
Sure, you may not be able to see the slick, hop-heavy dance moves that made PSY's K-Pop video one of the most ubiquitous viral hits ever, but this ostentatious Halloween house display still manages to turn this upper-middle-class neighborhood into a raucous jack-o'-lantern jollification.
While it may serve to signal a trend that's just about ready to gallop away on its imaginary horse, it's an amazing technical accomplishment, nevertheless.
If there was any indication that PSY's once-charming "Gangnam Style" phenomena has now found itself somewhere down the road of tenderized dead horses between planking and coneing, then this impromptu classroom equestrian conga might help drive that point home.
Clearly, this hapless hopper picked the wrong table on which to distinguish himself with the eccentric dance that everyone has been doing.
This video shows how Back to the Future would have gone if Marty McFly traded his guitar for a MacBook.
1955 was a different, more innocent time when teens were discovering rock and roll while worrying about whether or not the Soviet Union would drop The Bomb.
However, who would have ever thought that the Enchantment Under the Sea dance that year would end up being the place where something very different would drop: The Bass.
Meanwhile, Marty's future counterpart is preoccupied with trying to delete Gray's Sports Almanac from Biff's iPad.
With the help of a little adamantium, PSY may have elevated "Gangnam Style" to entirely new levels, now reaching mutantkind.
For Wolverine, a new source of Korean-bred swagger in his dance repertoire will pay dividends when he heads to Japan to show that clumsy Silver Samurai what's what when it all goes down in The Wolverine next summer.
Luke arrived on Bespin because The Force told him that his friends would be double-crossed and left both under custody and carbonite. However, even before Leia managed to tell him, he still had to suspect it was a trap.
Oh, it was a trap, all right. A trap of pure, unadulterated swagger!
Now, young Skywalker would have to deal with not only Boba Fett and Darth Vader, but an Internet-fueled dance craze that was cool at first, but is just now starting to border on irritating.
This battle between famous non-lyrics was destined to happen sooner or later.
Now, The Dark Knight will battle The Knighted Beatle in an epic showdown to determine whether it's cooler to take a sad song and make it better with a piano or a Batmobile.
Interestingly enough, this is one rare instance where Batman is not richer than his opponent.
The recent bout of stage-spewing from Lady Gaga over the weekend inspired this (inevitable) animation from Taiwan's NMA TV.
While their apparent appreciation for projectile vomiting has predictably played into their proclivity for exaggeration, they probably should be commended for their grasp of popular music history's greatest losses-of-lunches.
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