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Gangnam—goldfish style (VIDEO)

Eric Pfeiffer
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South Korean artist Psy in his "Gangnam Style" video. (YouTube)

When in less than two months you have one of the most popular YouTube videos in history, you're bound to generate some imitators. The Psy "Gangnam Style" clip has already surpassed 100 million views since its debut on July 15.

The wacky song and video by South Korean rap artist Psy is described on his official page as "characterized by its strongly addictive beats and lyrics, and is thus certain to penetrate the foundations of modern philosophy."

"Gangnam Style" is a term used to describe the luxurious life inside South Korea's Gangnam District, an upper-income area in Seoul.

The song itself is said to be a parody of the trendy, affluent style in the Gangnam District. Los Angeles Times tech columnist Deborah Netburn has called it "one of the greatest videos ever to be uploaded to YouTube."

So, naturally, we came across this parody video from the Pet Collective, featuring a goldfish, cat and rabbit:

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