For the past few months, users on Vine have been constantly remixing a video featuring a group of goth dancers getting their goth dance on underneath a bridge somewhere.
The concept is fairly simple: Take a clip from the video and set it to music you wouldn't expect goths to listen to.
Its very similar to this clip of black-clad, emotionless vessels dancing to "Shabba," only infinitely more addicting.
It turns out there is a perfect amount of time to watch goth people dancing to non-goth music, and it is "the duration of one Vine."
There are no shortage of examples, but these are easily the highlights:
They do it all for Sosa
SpongeBob makes everything better
"Shabba" Remix Pt. II
They need all those pockets for the massive amounts of sunshine
There's so much to celebrate
Time to get multicultural
Dance to the music. Dance.
Y una vez mas!
Because everything about these videos is ridiculous, people all over the world have been inspired to channel their inner goth (members of the movement have been known to utilize the hash-tag #GothDanceToAnything when sharing their masterpieces).
Its a slightly different brand of humor, but entertaining nonetheless.
Goths wish they could glide like this:
I'd pay to watch this dance-off
This has been your daily dose of weird Internet trends. Consider yourself enlightened.