Feel Free To Clap Along

This, my friends, is my latest Internet addiction.  I cannot stop watching it.






Well, except for Bunko - I stopped watching so I could go to Bunko this evening.  So do me a favor and tell me what is so appealing about it.  Is it the a capella singing?  The youthful sound of the song? The clapping rhythm?

Or maybe you hate it.  You can tell me that, too.

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  1. Fortunately, I cannot view YouTube at work, so I am saved from your earworm. However you have put me in mind of lemmi sticks (lummi sticks, according to the internets) which was the addictive rhythm game of my Girl Scouting youth. (Look them up, you'll see what I mean.) Anyone else out there remember these?

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  2. I definitely remember lemmi sticks! Loads of fun making and using them!

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  3. I think it is a combination of all the above that you mentioned. I saw this the other day and remembered the days (many moons ago) when I had that type of hand coordination.
    I've not heard of lemmi sticks, will have to look that up.

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  4. It's the same reason people watch Glee. Good singing. Joy. Out of the ordinary.

    And I hadn't seen the Epic Patty Cake song, so I'm really glad I did now.

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