I generally avoid participating in any sort of Gangnam/Harlem shake style memes because they're usually only mediocre to begin with and start beating a dead horse fast, but this is different. It's a compilation video of Russian troops singing and marching to the SpongeBob SquarePants theme. Why? I'm not sure, but the song has never sounded so intimidating. Why do Russians always seem so tough? Somebody actually sent me a bunch of photos this morning of US Marines taking turns drinking cobra blood, and I'm still not sure which group I'd be more afraid to fight. Probably the Ruskies though. "There's plenty of vodka in heaven" I bet their motto is.
Hit the jump for the video, turn on the closed captioning for even more WTFery.
Thanks to Ford, who once marched into battle to the theme song from Captain Planet playing on his iPod. He was the only survivor.
Note: Brobro drops a solid f-bomb at the end of the video after the singing stops.
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