Students at one of Britain's most prestigious private schools - Eton - have joined the "Gangnam Style" craze, parodying themselves in a video posted on YouTube .
The original song by South Korean singer Psy is an Internet phenomenon that has clocked up more than 300 million views on YouTube.
The schoolboys rewrote Gangnam Style's lyrics and filmed themselves performing Psy's foot-stomping "horse dance" around their Berkshire school's grounds.
"We may bored, frustrated, lonely and insecure - yes insecure - we're not social, can't talk to women although we try, we're just too shy, " they say. "But we've got Eton style."
They published the video - Eton Style - with a note: "Dear World Wide Internets, Here is a hearty gift from the lads over at jolly old Eton to you. Much love, Rather Rum."
Psy, whose real name is Park Jai-sang, has spawned hundreds of online imitators with his unusual dance move, where he pretends to ride an invisible horse.
Romney and Djokovic
One video inspired by the hit dance is about US presidential candidate Mitt Romney in which his character describes going "in and out of tax loopholes" and having "distinguished hair".
Prisoners from the Cebu Provincial Reconstruction Center, the Royal Thai navy and El Monte lifeguards from California, are among others who have made videos inspired by Gangnam Style.
Tennis player Novak Djokovic has also paid tribute to the dance, celebrating a win against Frenchman Jo-Wilifried Tsonga with an adaptation of the song with the ball boys and girls on court.
Gangnam Style was released in mid-July.
It was meant as a commentary on the rampant materialism and emphasis on appearance of today's South Korea - particularly in relation to the suburb of Gangnam, which Psy terms Seoul's Beverly Hills.