August 18, 2006

One more little OK Go tidbit

I should have added this to yesterday’s post (so much OK Go at once!) but this is the funniest pickin’ thing I’ve seen recently. It’s a compilation of videos sent in by fans imitating the dance for the “A Million Ways” video.

It’s civilians! Dancing! And it’s awesome.

You’ve got everything from Catholic schoolgirls in the Philippines or something, to several late-night shots that have an air of “Dude, you know what would be funny right now?” (one illuminated by the headlights of a car). There’s also a funny one of a group trying to dance in the middle of Hollywood & Vine in California (their backyard) and several school talent shows. All this spliced together into 3:31 seconds of fabulousness.

It’s great. Let the dance spread everywhere. There should seriously be more things synchronized in everyday life.


  • A) what tha…is that mattress dohickey

    B) i could never memorize 3:30 of choreography and pull it off like these people do….then again, so many people are doing it, i probably have a good shot

    ofjoseph — August 19, 2006 @ 8:47 pm

  • Man this is brilliant. Those kids all have a lot more cajones than I ever did.

    But you know the parents will be breaking that video out for every potential boyfriend and eventually their own kids.

    Anonymous — August 21, 2006 @ 8:53 am

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