Just when you thought nobody on the planet had the power to crush your drunken rendition of the "no bones" dance, this guy posted a mesmerizing dance video with choreography that will put you to shame. Seriously, you'll need to watch the video twice, because you'll spend the entire first viewing squinting at the screen and trying to decide whether or not he is human. The dance, which is set to singer Giselle's "Silk", is intentionally shot at 60 frames per second, which makes the entire video look so lifelike that you might as eel be standing in the room with him. And by standing I mean "ogling," because he can ripple and shimmy his body in ways that I can't even fathom.
Throughout the video, he moves so fluidly that he looks more like a wave than a person, with a style so unique that I have no idea what kind of background in dance a person would need to have to master it. Now all it will take to break the internet is for him to declare a partnership with the 11-year-old girl who shredded to "All About That Bass" a few weeks ago. Can I put in a formal request for them to choreograph Tove Lo's "Habits (Stay High)"?
The dancer in this video works under the pseudonym Take Some Crime, and has enough of a following that even though he doesn't use social media himself, fans have set up a Facebook page dedicated to him. If they are also the ones responsible for stealing the shirt which is noticeably absent in this video, then I salute them for their service to this fine internet. He's been posting videos of his sick moves for the past seven years now, and almost all of them have gotten upwards of a hundred thousand views, which isn't all that surprising once you watch him groove: