YouTuber John from Liverpool notes that while there may be a few signs, simple assumptions should not lead to snap judgments - we are all unique.
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No doubt you've heard about YouTube's latest meme. If not, where have you been?
Here's the backstory: The clips, set to the song "Harlem Shake" by Baaue, usually show a masked person doing the Harlem Shake dance by themselves in front of other people who are behaving normally. Halfway through the clip, it cuts to a crazy dance party featuring the entire group.
Naturally, this lends itself well to college dorm room situations, and the 'surprise' element provides the perfect vehicle for sudden clothing removal. You've even got swim teams shaking it underwater:
So, there you have it. Enjoy the following 25 examples (and a few bonus links to some completely nude work-unfriendly 'humping' versions) which take place in various college dorm rooms, pools, Winter Storm Nemo backyards, and even next to the Chicago Bean in Millenium Park.
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Featured along with ShitGirlsSay (above) are PSY, Walk off the Earth, AlphaCat, KassemG, DailyGrace, MysteryGuitarMan, DaveDays, DeStorm, PyroBooby, BarelyPolitical, RealAnnoyingOrange, FreddieW, CorridorDigital, RhettAndLink, Smosh, FeliciaDay, ChesterSee, iJustine, EpicMealTime, MyHarto, JennaMarbles, JuicyStar07, GloZell, ClevverTV, SmoshGames, HuskyStarcraft, and RyanHiga.
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LOGO founder Matt Farber is launching Gwist, an LGBT-themed YouTube channel, with 10 shows that include personalities you may or may not be familiar with...including Randy Rainbow, Howard Bragman, Louis Virtel, and Miss Richfield.
The line-up, via the Hollywood Reporter:
• Gwissues with Howard Bragman: A panel discussion about a topic the LGBT community is talking about hosted by the publicist and television pundit.
• The Randy Rainbow Show: A sketch and celebrity spoof series featuring tongue-in-cheek commentary from YouTube personality Randy Rainbow.
• The untitled spousal equivalent game with Judy Gold: A relationship game show where gay and straight couples face-off to prove their marriages can be equally miserable, hosted by lesbian comic Gold.
• Miss Richfield 1981 "Q and You": A comedic advice show form theatrical character Miss Richfield 1981.
• So Wrong! with Louis Virtel: A contrarian analysis on why certain pop culture darlings really aren’t all that, from Logo personality Virtel.
• Love’N Mo: A gay girls' guide to sex and relationships for straight men starring former WNBA star Margot Clark. From Amy Goldstein/Steve Chivers.
• Steam Room Stories: A scripted series about a towel-clad group of men -- gay and straight -- discussing a topic at the gym. From Cinema 175 Productions.
• Gay Snackbites: A collection of stand-up comedy segments featuring up-and-coming LGBT comics.
• Cuentin’s Caddy Commentary: An animated talk show from veteran animatorMatthew I. Jenkins (Adult Swim’s Aqua Teen Hunger Force).
• An untitled Tina Cesa Ward project: A scripted drama from noted lesbian filmmaker and creator of Anyone But Me.
The channel launches January 14. 'Gwist' stands for "TV with a gay twist".