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Harlem Shake and Avalanche Racing

"Harlem Shake" is a dance move from the 1980s, but it's exploded on YouTube. It's gone viral thanks to a silly video posted on February 2 by a vlogger named "Filthy Frank." Since then, more than 12,000 "Harlem Shake" spinoff videos have been posted since the start of the month and they'd already been watched upwards of 44 million times. As you can see in the chart below, over 4,000 of these videos are being uploaded per day and that number is still likely on the rise.

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The second Big Mountain run of Sverre Liliequist at the Swatch Skiers Cup 2013 turned into a race against an avalanche, complete with a backflip.




And the fastest rising video this morning is a "flop" from the WinterFest Boxing West Fargo, North Dakota featuring former Minnesota Vikings player Ray Edwards vs Some Guy in the Co-Main Event.



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