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The Grumpy Cat Does the Harlem Shake (Sort of)

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To the joy of anyone with a Tumblr account or a cat thing, the Internet-famed Grumpy Cat (real name: Tardar Sauce) from Arizona has surfaced on YouTube performing the Harlem Shake.

See also: - Our Nine Favorite Faces of Tardar Sauce, The Grumpy Cat from Arizona - Top 10 "Harlem Shake" Videos From Phoenix (Plus One New Times Made) - The Grumpy Cat Tattoo (It Was Only a Matter of Time)

The Shake's been performed by (too) many across the globe and has little to do with the dance move that originated out of Harlem, New York.

With a little luck, the Grumpy Cat might put an end to the dance trend/viral video/terrible excuse for coworkers to get together, put wigs on, and dry-hump each other in front of a camera.


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