Saturday, October 25, 2014
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Goat remixes are the new 'Harlem Shake' videos

Since "Call Me Maybe" lip dub videos are so last summer and the Internet officially reached its quota for "Harlem Shake" videos 90 seconds after the first one was uploaded, people are looking for a new way to waste their time.

Goat remixes are the new 'Harlem Shake' videos

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Since "Call Me Maybe" lip dub videos are so last summer and the Internet officially reached its quota for "Harlem Shake" videos 90 seconds after the first one was uploaded, people are looking for a new way to waste their time.

If you're a punk kid, you've filled this new found void by smashing gallon jugs in supermarkets and generally being an asinine menace to people who are just trying to shop and do their jobs.

If you have any sort of video editing experience, you've filled this void with goat remixes. "What's a goat remix?" you ask. Well, it's when a popular song—often involving some degree of dubstep or yelling—is edited so that the typical bass drop/screaming is replaced with the sound of a yelling goat. For instance:

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