As it turns out, the only truly enjoyable Harlem Shake videos are the ones created from unintentional comedy.
Hear that, America? Stop trying.
Perhaps it's the leftover emotions from a Call Me Maybe craze or the hangover feeling I suffer due to Gangnam Style videos, but I am pretty much over the entire Harlem Shake fad.
Sure, there are some that are worth your 30 seconds. If you are so inclined, you can spend hours hitting the spin button on the Harlem Shake Roulette website.
While I have offered that link up before, it does well to remind you there are too many damn Harlem Shake videos being created.
This one is that rare clever take on the usual anarchy which follows the drop in the song. In fact, it reminded me of my favorite iteration to date, this rendition of a washing machine getting annihilated.
This particular turn comes after Wednesday's Flyers and Penguins game. As the report reminds us, Nicklas Grossmann scores amid the chaos. Later, Paul Bissonnette would post on Twitter that the anarchy was not unlike the Harlem Shake.
That's all the hint the Internets needed to create what really should be the last Harlem Shake video. Seriously, world. Make this the last.
Hit me up on Twitter for what I assume will be the next Harlem Shake video.