The Korean pop star’s high-energy đoạn phim for the tuy vậy isn’t just the third-most-popular music đoạn phim on YouTube & the most-liked YouTube clip of all time.
Bạn đang xem: Baby Nhẩy Gangnam StyleApparently, it’s also a magical visual và audio elixir that can soothe a screaming baby.Bạn đang xem: BabyYou watching: Gangnam style game
1. “Baby Gangnam Style Lunch”
Ten-month-old Benjamin used khổng lồ scream through mealtimes until his parents discovered the hypnotic effect “Gangnam Style” had on their son. “The first time I introduced it khổng lồ him at mealtime, I literally fed him in less than half the time,” Benjamin’s dad writes.
My editor and I laughed so hard at this video, we practically cried. What’s so incredible is not just that Benjamin starts lớn calm down as soon as the music đoạn phim comes on, but also that he starts opening his mouth.See more: top 15 Game bắn súng Online nước ngoài Đang hỗ trợ Tiếng Việt
2. “Baby Loves Gangnam Style!”
Baby Ava is just 7 months old và screaming in anger -- until Mom turns on “Gangnam Style” on the computer. Then, as her mother says in the video, all is right with the world. But turn the video off, and Ava gets angry all over again.3. “Baby dancing to Gangnam Style”
It’s not just Britney Spears and Google CEO Eric Schmidt who have picked up Psy’s “Gangnam Style” horsey dance -- it’s babies too. YouTube user Kazumichi Inagawa uploaded this video clip of his 16-month-old nephew doing a very impressive rendition of the dance in a spacious playpen. Not bad for a little guy who presumably has been walking for less than a year.
‘Gangnam Style’ Halloween light show? Bring it!Advertisement
Evolution of the ‘Gangnam Style’ phenomenon
Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’ YouTube party is just getting startedBusiness Newsletter Your guide lớn our clean energy future
Get our Boiling Point newsletter for the latest on the power sector, water wars & more — và what they mean for California.See more: Where Is The Save game Data For Resident Evil 6 ? Need The tệp tin Path :: Resident Evil 6 Общие ОбсужденияEnter thư điện tử address Sign Me Up
You may occasionally receive promotional nội dung from the Los Angeles Times.
Deborah Netburn is a features writer at the Los Angeles Times. She joined the paper in 2006 and has covered entertainment, home and garden, national news, technology and most recently, science.More From the Los Angeles Times Subscribers Are Reading Advertisement