We're not sure how this clip of dancing kids surfaced on social media. It appears a meme titled "when someone new starts at work" kicked it off but people are super, SUPER into it.
The clip is from Emu's Pink Windmill Show, a British kids show from the 1980s but it appears the weird (and wonderful?) video might go down in history as 2016 meme of the year.
The video shows kids on the variety show introducing themselves with rampant enthusiasm before breaking it down with some seriously impressive moves.
Perfect material to make a meme with, right? RIGHT!
According to webpage Nostalgia Central, the show was about entertainer Rod Hull and a puppet emu living in a pink windmill.
The pair were joined each week by a bunch of stage school students, billed as The Pink Windmill Kids.
The team at Lush Cosmetics on London's Oxford Street have made their own version of the clip after a Twitter user shared the dance routine with a caption saying it was like "walking into Lush", The Daily Mail reports.
The Lush employees decided to recreate the scene from Emu's Pink Windmill at their Oxford Street branch and it's now been viewed over three-million times on their Facebook.
The weirdly addictive original video has also found itself as a Twitter moment, with users digging up the original two minutes of the whole clip and loving every second of it.
I'M CRYING I FOUND THE FULL VIDEO AND IT'S EVEN BETTER THAN THE 20 SECOND VERSION!!!!! pic.twitter.com/eNLHlbUAD3— niall nicholson (@ItsMeNiallN) December 3, 2016
Yep, this is how I'm introducing myself to new people from here on out... https://t.co/DnGyukdaub— ↟ Seth Yates ↟ (@sethayates) December 6, 2016
I HAVE NEVER FELT MORE ALIVE https://t.co/Tfg1nkO4qT— Deme LeNoir (@dlenoir510) December 6, 2016
I feel like I've changed as a person after watching this video https://t.co/z2yEBA73nq— karen from finance (@hannahgg_) December 5, 2016
don't hand me the aux because this is what i will play and i will play it on repeat https://t.co/qaci8mUZdT— Jacob (@Namelessjac) December 6, 2016
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@ItsMeNiallN these kids are probably all adults now, I can imagine this video haunts them— Marche (@Marche800) December 4, 2016