What will the Fox say

How will the Fox respond?

This energetic Fox doll sings, dances and makes everyone laugh. Arctic fox is a small carnivore, about half the size of a red fox, with a small and compact body covered with thick fur. Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Jay Perkins put his Christmas light on Ylvis' viral hit "The Fox".

The Fox, what does he say?

It' a YouTube movie that has become virtual - an answer to the age-old (or maybe not so old) question: "The Fox, what does he say?" Over 2 million spectators have watched the musical clip for "The Fox" in the last two working day. A scandalous costume and an essential forest scenery. It was filmed by a home-grown Ylvis from Norway.

John Strauss II, known as "The King of Waltz", contributed to the popularization of dance and other societal dance in Europe in the nineteenth cent.

The Fox, what does he say?

It' a YouTube movie that has become virtual - an answer to the age-old (or maybe not so old) question: "The Fox, what does he say?" Over 2 million spectators have watched the musical clip for "The Fox" in the last two working day. A scandalous costume and an essential forest scenery. It was filmed by a home-grown Ylvis from Norway.

John Strauss II, known as "The King of Waltz", contributed to the popularization of dance and other societal dance in Europe in the nineteenth cent.

Comment: But Ylvis knows the story of the match, but he' s breaking with'What does the Fox say?

The Fox (What Does the Fox Say)' screen shot from Ylvis' movie, which was first released on September 3rd About a year after PSY's "Gangnam Style", the USA had their annual memory that you don't have to be made in America to make it in America.

Ylvis, a Norway based satirical duet consisting of the Bård and Vegard Ylvisåker brethren, published the track "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" on YouTube Sept. 3, which took the audience to YouTube' s first listening session and called to hell after the rerun. The Fox " asks a good riddle for those who live in a cave: "What does the Fox say?" and then hits the riddle like a corpse until, for whatever reasons, he can commune only by Morse-signs.

Then, according to how the afternoons go, you can either be sure that what you saw was reality by pushing the repeat or just taking a break for a whole days and going to work. Or if you've actually chosen to view the tape after this equivocal, absurd account of the track, which has currently attracted more than 142 million viewers on YouTube, you'll find that commentators hate it as if it were Kanye West.

Some YouTube commentators and reviewers consider the lyrics of "The Fox" to be the stupidest track ever. One way or another, it is clear that part of the public thinks this tune is a symbol of our time and is very confused about the awareness, folly and bizardness in 2013.

It is, of course, very courageous to liken "The Fox" to the work of a radical painter like Pollock. It' very unlikely that Ylvis will have his own place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2058, but there is something to say to break the rule once the match is over.

Like Pollock really did believe in his color splashes, Ylvis really took care of what the Fox said, pushing every button, breakin' and rigging every ruling in a Top 40 popping number. Ylvis is, as already stated, a combination of comedies. It is supposed to be a fun and almost satiric popular tune.

Without all the laughable words, "The Fox" could well be the title of an aspiring Katy Perry tune, and Ylvis knows it. Instead, they took a commonly used substantive that was used to represent sexuality in the musical industries and drew the most verbatim representation of what it means to be a fox.

Even better, the track's appeal was as surprising for Ylvis as it was for everyone else. Ylvis has struck a chord with her accidental splashes of colour with performances and performances at "Ellen", "Late With Jimmy Fallon" and the "TODAY Show", disputed or not.

The true Fox will be the true champion, and he will be well present at this Halloween.

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