Everyone everywhere is talking about this new "Gangnam Style" song by Psy. You know, the one that has kicked off this whole look like you're horse-riding, giddy-up dance craze? Yeah, I watched the original video. I laughed. But I've gotta be honest, I think I like the spoof from the 22nd Company at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis a bit better.
OK, a lot better. Because heck, what's NOT to like about a gaggle of extremely good-looking men wearing skinny white pants dancing around ... pelvic thrusts included? Yeah, that's what I thought.
Watch the Navy men shake it to "Gangnam Style," here:
Wowza! The energy! The choreography! The tight pants! Thrusting and hip movements aside, you can tell that these guys clearly had a blast putting this thing together. Heck, if the Naval Academy is this fun all the time, sign me up!
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The video, which is a spirit spot (something that's encouraged by the Naval Academy to boost morale), already has more than 100,000 views on YouTube. I bet they had an inkling that their booty shakin' would become viral, and now I'm just waiting to see them on the morning TV news circuit. I say live it up! It's good that these guys can have a few laughs, let off some steam, and enjoy themselves every once in a while. Of course, it's best when we get to check out the end result.
What do you think of the video?
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