6.04.2007

investigative reporting { origins of the WoW female Night Elf dance

For those who play WoW did you ever wonder where those dances came from? Well in some cases its easy, MC Hammer's dance is ubiquitous, and it is the male orc's. The male undead dance is a generic rock out. The female Blood Elf is Brittney Spears' 'Toxic' dance. But has anyone wondered where the female Night Elf's dance originated? Well I had that question and we at Team CubeZoo rarely shirk from a challenge, especially ones regarding useless pop culture trivia. I had to 'suffer' through many YouTube videos in french to find the right one from the singer Alizee that would adequately demonstrate the moves. Here it, Alizee 'j'en ai manne', note the actually moves occur towards the end of the video, so you will have to 'suffer' through it.

6 comments:

Avindair said...

That was awesome. (And she's cute and perky!)

GeistX said...

I can't stop watching...

I just wish I knew what she was saying.

Nse said...

Geistx, you may THINK you want to know what she's saying...

But you don't really. I've seen her singing it in English and it loses much of its appeal.

Here are the English lyrics:

http://www.lyriczz.com/lyriczz.php?songid=17337

Here is the song sung in English:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3233837784563152003&q=alizee+-+j%27en+ai+marre+in+english&total=12&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=0

I consider it basically gibberish. Sounds better as French gibberish.

She is pretty damn hot though...my boyfriend was just commenting on how she must have a mathematically perfect ass haha (and yet I'm the one most obsessed with her music...).

Nse said...

Gah, it cuts off the video link, so here it is as a tiny url.

http://tinyurl.com/2c3cln

GeistX said...

After watching that english video my mind feels like bubbles and water...

She's still hot though. And the lyrics are still more intelligent than say Britney Spears' work.

GeistX said...

And thanks for the comments! :)