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I've been looking at the internet for a long time now, and I've seen plenty of weird trends come and go. There was the whole Dancing Baby thing, then there was Hampster Dance and All Your Base and Goatse and a whole bunch of other crap I can barely remember.
It's been a long internet.
Now that everyone is losing interest in Lolcats, I guess the new thing is videos of cross-dressing dwarf Latinas dancing. I'm not going to say this is the weirdest video I've ever seen (that honor probably still goes to a certain Japanese guy in a horse mask), but we've certainly come a long way from Hampster Dance, haven't we?
The only thing that worries me about this trend is that it's only a matter of time before cross-dressing dwarves and naked Japanese men in horse masks are simply a matter of course. Where do we go from there? Can things really get that much weirder, or will the pendulum swing back the other way, and we'll go back to enjoying such simple pleasures as poorly-animated dancing babies and pictures of men ripping their own sphincters open?
Oh - and was the guy in the bondage mask ALREADY friends with the cross-dressing dwarf, or did he have to put an ad up on Craigslist to make this video? So many questions, so few answers.
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