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Ylvis’ Bård Ylvisåker believes that love can overcome all barriers, because love has its own language. No, literally. He speaks Lovian. Lovese? We’re starting to think these dudes are remaking Dr. Dolittle.
Comedy siblings Ylvis trolled the patrons of a gym in Norway with a simple but effective slapstick prank. They paired their phones to the gym’s speakers then used a synthesizer app to add sound effects to people’s movements.
It’s been a long time since we heard from Ylvis (the guys behind The Fox). Their latest track isn’t nearly as catchy, but its still pretty damned funny, as they parody the smugness of a capella groups. Boodleooap. Boodleooap.
The guys from Norway’s Ylvis (The Fox) perform a live rendition of the 1955 Platters’ classic Only You, only since they can’t quite hit the high notes naturally, they get a little assistance from a helium tank. Skip to 1:28 for the false falsetto.
Ylvis is back with anotheramusingvideo. This time, they’re not singing a new song, but they’re doing covers of classic tunes with the addition of an unlikely musical instrument. It works way better than you’d expect.
(NSFW: Language) Norwegian comedy act Ylvis educates us on the wonders of America’s 14th largest state, land of a thousand tribes, MassoMassocheiMassocheicheiMakkakoko Massachusetts, and all it has to offer.
YouTuber EdwardsLandingLights is back with another meme-tastic Halloween light show for 2014, syncronizing his home’s outdoor lighting with Ylvis’ ridiculous viral hit The Fox. What the fox say? Gering-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!
You know a song has officially become a meme when marching bands start playing it during halftime. The Ohio University Marching 110 Band does their best rendition of Ylvis’ hilarious The Fox. Though it loses something without lyrics.
Norwegian duo Ylvis is back with a new song produced with the Norse duo Stargate. We aren’t completely sure what is going on here but if it doesn’t clear your head of clutter in 3:45, we’re not sure anything will. (Thanks Martin!)