Happy Holidays, Gangnam Style

JibJab Gangnam StylePsy’s Gangnam Style just became the most-viewed You Tube video ever, meaning it’s a pretty good bet that you’ve seen the dance moves that my kids can’t stop trying to imitate around the house. 

And now, our long-time favorite JibJab will give you the chance to be the star of this video for free. 
The results? Hilarious. 

As our editor Kristen did in these shots of her Gangnam Style JibJab video, I’ve already put every family member’s face in Psy’s place just to watch them doing his unique “horse-riding” moves and to laugh at them singing along with the words. As with all JibJab videos, it’s really easy to upload a head shot and insert it into the slot—they take care of animating it to look like your photo is actually mouthing the words. 

Gangnam Style JibJab
JibJab Gangnam Style
I’m not exactly sure how this falls under their “Holiday card” category, but it’ll probably make you laugh a lot more than that predictable “Holiday Letter” you’ll get from that one over-achieving family.
And since it’s free, and uploadable directly to Facebook or via email, you’ll probably be seeing quite a bit of this over the next few days. Maybe not 840 million times, but close. Christina
Go to JibJab to check out their free, personalized Gangnam Style video.


Senior Associate Editor Christina Refford loves homeschooling, running, cool kids’ music, and coffee. Not in that order.


  • Reply November 28, 2012


    THIS IS GREAT! I just did my son and I laughed so hard I cried!

  • Reply November 30, 2012


    Regarding the JibJab video: it’s really funny, until you have put your kid’s face in there and you get to that weird humping-motion thing that happens in the elevator (I think it’s an elevator, anyhow). Then it isn’t that funny if its your kid getting that motion done to him/her. I otherwise really enjoy JibJab as a site and have made a bunch of other really cute and funny videos with my family.

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    Reply November 30, 2012

    Cool Mom Picks

    Ha, that’s my daughter’s favorite part – she just sees it as a silly dancer over a silly singer. Every parent has their own boundaries of course and you have to do what’s comfortable. -LG

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