We have all seen the wave of Harlem Shake videos lately, and if you haven’t, here’s a breakdown: the video starts with one person in a mask dancing to a song called the Harlem Shake. After a few brief moments, the frame abruptly switches to a large, often giant, group of people doing their own dance moves at one time. The idea has been well-received by fans of memes, turning it into an internet sensation popular among our generation.
Members of the PC community have decided to attempt to one-up the popular meme by creating their own Clinton Wiggle. Town meetings have been held and votes have been placed. Production of the first Clinton Wiggle video will start as soon as the town of Clinton receives funding from Presbyterian College. Can we get more views on YouTube than the original Harlem Shake video?
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