Hard to believe, but absolutely true: There are people alive today who are unfamiliar with Numa Numa Dance — the viral lip-sync performed to the song "Dragostea din tei,” by the Moldovan pop group O-Zone that Gary Brolsma first uploaded to the Internet in 2004.
Granted, many are people who weren't yet born in 2004 (or a couple of years after that), but given Numa Numa ubiquity, it's still hard to believe. But YouTube's Fine Brothers have documented proof in their latest "Kids React" video. As with the "Best Marriage Proposal Ever," Rebecca Black's "Friday" and Charlie Sheen's ... um ... Charlie Sheen, the film-making (alleged) siblings subject impressionable youth to Internet ephemera for the education (i.e. amusement of adults). Adorable!
Need a review on what exactly these kids were subjected to? Here's what one kid calls "the crazy banana weirdo dance of the water idiots," aka the orignal Numa Numa video, for review.
How about them Fine Brothers?:
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- Fine Bros. help change YouTube, spoil the world!