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"What is Love" is a 1993 dance pop song by the Trinidanian eurodance artist Haddameans,<1> which witnessed a resurgence in popularity when it was featured in the "Roxbury Guys"<2> sketches on TV present Saturday Night Live in 1996. In 2005, a scene from the display in which numerous characters are presented bobbing their heads in unison to "What is Love" was uploaded as a GIF to YTMND, which influenced a fad on the area webwebsite.
On March 23rd, 1996, the comedy television present Saturday Night Live<5> debuted the first "Roxbury Guys" sketch, in which comedians Chris Kattan, Will Ferrell and also Jim Carrey bob their heads in unikid to the song "What is Love" while driving in a vehicle (presented below).
On June second, 2005, YTMND user ligamentx submitted a page<3> titled What is love, featuring a GIF of the auto scene (presented below) accompanied by a looped audio clip of "What is Love." Within the next seven years, the web page accumulated over 1.7 million views, 900 favorites and 800 comments.
On June 2third, 2005, YTMND user leileilol submitted a pixel art version of the GIF accompanied by a chiptune variation of the song titled What is NES?. Several various other customers complied with suit, bring about the production of over 125 "What is Love?" YTMNDs.<4> According to the YTMND Wiki,<6> "What is Love" was included in Volume 5 of the YTMND Soundtrack on October 2nine, 2005.
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On December 30th, 2007, YouTuber YTMNDsGifCollections uploaded a montage of significant "What is Love?" YTMNDs, receiving over 1 million views and also 7,000 comments within the following five years (displayed below, left). On April 2nd, 2009, a second montage was submitted on the same channel (presented listed below, right), which obtained over 450,000 views and 2,000 comments within the following three years. On May 18th, 2012, the entertainment website Crave Online<7> published a compilation of noteworthy YTMNDs that had been uploaded to YouTube.