Or, more aptly, what do the shirtless male models say?
The viral video ‘What Does the Fox Say?’ in which the Euro band Ylvis asks that very question is now being spoofed by Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) in a move to capitalize on the Internet sensation.
In what looks slightly like soft-core gay erotica, young male model dance shirtless in the woods to young women dressed up as furry animals. Check out the video below.
The original music video “The Fox” has gotten more than 50 millions of views since its debut and the A&F parody is approaching 600,000 after just five days.
For those wondering, the fox actually sounds like cross between a roided-up baby and a fork stuck in a garbage disposal.