It's a holiday flash mob extravaganza!

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  • Flash mob (n): A preconcieved gathering of people in a public place, usually designed to delight and amuse passersby.
Down for the holidays? Why don't you break out in song in a holiday flash mob.

Don't be afraid -- some people are just so full of holiday JOY they just can't contain themselves, and must clump together with other JOYful people and spoil your senses with impromptu demonstrations of cheer. Behold, the flash mob. Don't try to resist, if you find yourself amongst a group of singing, dancing happy people, just go with it. And maybe catch it on video.

Here are some of our favorites:

Food court "Hallelujah Chorus:" Would you like a little Handel with your Arby's?

LAX holiday medley: What's better than a flash mob? A flash mob made up of (very talented) airport workers! No worries, they weren't anywhere near security and the terminal seems pretty quiet.

University of Minnesota surprise carolers: Oh, to be in college and break into song in the middle of the day.

Lady Gaga bodysuit people: If you prefer your cheer a little weirder, there's always these red creatures dancing to inappropriate Gaga renditions of Christmas classics.

Dance like everyone's watching: It's not all singing! Travelers in the Denver airport got a treat for the eyes with some holiday swing dancing:

Elf off the shelf: Elves invaded NYC for a petite holiday takeover

Have a very Vader Christmas: Oh, you know, just Santa Darth Vader conducting a group of random singers. Nothing to see here.

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