Hipster Dances The Most Hipster Dance In The History Of Hipster Dances At SXSW (Video)

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If a picture’s worth a thousand words, it would be hard to say exactly what a YouTube video is worth.

For Justin Bieber, it was worth endless riches, Beatles-level fame and the hatred of the masses.

For Numa Numa Guy, it was worth being awesome on the Internet, only to be forgotten after a couple of years.

At SXSW, one hipster may have struck YouTube gold with his bizarre dance moves, unbeknownst to him.

We’re not exactly sure what he’s doing or why he’s doing it, but there’s something about this 14-second clip that is just majestic.

Why is he wearing bright yellow pants? Why does he have on a button-down shirt in such hot Texas weather? Why is his right arm so animated while his left arm is mostly motionless? Does he have the most rhythm of all-time, or the least? Is that Ken from “30 Rock” with a beard?

We may never receive answers to these pressing questions, but at least we have this clip to marvel at over and over again.

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Hailing from Queens, New York, Robert Gordon can be found running the World News section of Elite Daily or roaming NYC on photographic expeditions. A diehard sports fan who’s had his heart constantly broken by the Knicks and Mets, Robert can be seen donning orange and blue attire all throughout the city. Under the moniker Robbie Fingers, he creates visuals from music videos, to short films with his partner, ManuallFocus.

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