This Video Of Dutch Ravers Proves Adding Benny Hill Music To Anything Is Awesome (Video)

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Because the Internet is the Internet, Jesse Reinier Nieuwenhuijzen took a clip of some dancing Dutchmen at the 2013 Awakenings Festival and synced up their slightly unorthodox dance moves to “Yakety Sax” (also known as “The Benny Hill Theme Song”).

The song playing in the original video and the iconic saxophone-driven intro match up perfectly, and consequently every single arm wave, leg kick and body spasm flawlessly syncs up with the new arrangement. The end result is as absurd as it is addictive.

I think we should all take a moment to thank drugs and techno music for making such a masterpiece possible.

H/T: DailyPicksAndFlicks

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Connor Toole

Connor Toole is the Senior Humor Writer for Elite Daily, begrudgingly living in New York City and burdened with the daunting task of entertaining the discerning masses online (where he assumes everything is fake by default). He grew up in Connecticut (not the rich part) and graduated from Boston College, where he spent most of his time writing things on the Internet while majoring in a topic he didn't realize he hated until he earned the necessary credits. Standing at 6' 10", he is required by Giant Law to utter "Fee-fi-fo-fum" whenever someone asks him to. His interests include Mark Ruffalo. Feel free to contact him at ctoole@elitedaily.com as long as you aren't annoying.

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