Monday, February 18, 2013

Even Librarians are Getting In On the Harlem Shake

Posted By on Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 12:07 PM

I can't even be mad at the good folks at the Pima County Public Libraries for this — I mean, it's silly, and it's (vaguely) literary. That's what matters, right?

But now that the "Harlem Shake" meme (which, as we at Weekly World Central will vehemently argue is absolutely NOT the Harlem Shake, which is more rapid shoulder shimmy than it is Elaine Benes dancing, or whatever the f—k people think the Harlem Shake is now) is surely on its way out, I've got one more version of it that I'd like to share with you folks in Internet-land.

Seriously. Let's knock this shit off before someone goes out and mangles the Humpty Dance or something.

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