John Storm is a lucky man. Most people who move into a new neighborhood and promptly set up an insane Christmas light show set to 'Gangnam Style' would not be very popular. His neighbors, however, think it's kind of impressive to meet a real-life Clark Griswold. We think it's kind of impressive that his hobby requires him to use a dongle. That's sincerely Gangnam Style.
Everyone and their mother is crankin’ out ‘Gangnam Style’ parodies these days. No, seriously-- don’t you remember the mother-son pair who did an awesome rendition of PSY’s giddyup move?
You’d think that after seeing versions from cats to Trekkies and everything in between we’d be a little sick of this craze, right?
If you’re ever questioning whether someone or something has actually made it to the big leagues, ask yourself one simple question: do grandma and grandpa know about it? If the answer is yes, then you have yourself a massive pop culture phenomenon.
Everyone wants to take a crack at ‘Gangnam Style’ these days-- Klingons, Elmo, even the US Naval Academy. But the latest person under the PSY spell isn’t out to parody the Korean star’s mega-hit. In fact, the adorable little dude is just mesmerized by it!
As fun as dance-offs can be, and despite what movies like "West Side Story" may insist, they're really not an effective way to try and mediate problems between two criminal organizations. Two Thai gangs found this out the hard way when a Gangnam Style dance contest turned into a shoot-out.
If you haven't been living under a rock, you would know that Psy's 'Gangnam Style' is taking America by storm. The Korean pop star has millions of fans mimicking the galloping dance move, but does anyone know what the heck he's rapping about?
Well, this thing has clearly gotten out of hand. There have been so many parodies, covers, remixes and tributes to 'Gangnam Style,' that we thought we'd save you all some time and find the most ridiculous ones we could. Hitler, Gandalf and Taiwanese students who didn't study hard enough all make the list, as well as hot moms and so many other absurdities that we may as well cut right to it.
Psy is easily one of the most famous people to ever make a YouTube video. From Britney Spears, to Ellen, and now Ryan Seacrest, he's been bringing his 'Gangnam Style' dance and video to anyone he'll watch. And his determination has allowed him to blow up, waaay up.