Strange YouTube video enthralls fans

Brandon Burnworth, artist

Every once and a while we stumble upon questionable things on the internet. You might log on to Youtube, watch a sports clip and then ten minutes later you’re watching puppy videos or other strange things. No one knows exactly why, but, my friends, this is the crazy part of the internet weirdos like me love to talk about. I’m here to take you to that part through the blogging world. Welcome to Brandon’s Crazy Corner.

For my first week I’m only featuring one video, but this video happens to be the paramount of wildness. It has over three and a half million views on Youtube, a singing He-Man, and a lackadaisical chef. I’m talking about none other than “HEYYEYAAEYAAAEYAEYAA.”

I must say I was impressed the first time I saw this video. Not just by the crazy music, but because of the flashy lights, impressive synchronization, and voice acting. Skeletor cracks me up every time he shouts “MWYAAAH” and the high pitched voice gets me laughing every time. Not to mention the song playing during the video is “What’s Up” by 4 Non Blondes, one of my favorite songs.

If you want to watch something crazy, go ahead and click on the link. I’m sure some of you have already seen it because it’s such an internet success. It is unique in internet culture and even Hot Topic sells “HEYYEYAAEYAAAEYAEYAA” shirts. Keep in touch every week to see something crazy from the internet.

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