Hey, it’s Fun Friday. Take a minute to enjoy some of the weirder things on the internet (at least, the ones that are safe for work.)
This summer, NBC wants you to watch World of Dance, which doesn’t seem to actually feature the entire world of dance. Fox wants you to watch So You Think You Can Dance, which mostly has people who can dance, but I’m not sure they can think. We just finished an abbreviated system of Dancing with the Stars, which featured no stars but a fair amount of dancing. It seems like no matter where you go, you’re hit with dancing. Why should The Solid Signal Blog be any different?
People will do anything on YouTube
Here’s the proof. This video shows YouTuber Ryan Higa who took 4,000 still pictures and turned them into a dance sequence that would have been impressive even if he did it the normal way. Check it out:
Apparently this took the better part of a week just to record, which sort of begs the question of whether or not Mr. Higa works for a living.
He works hard so you don’t have to.
I could not get into some of these poses no matter how much time I had, so I’ll give a lot of respect to Ryan Higa who is obviously a lot more limber than I am. Enjoy the video, and you’ll see what I mean.