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VIRAL VIDEO: 'The Gallon Smash' splashes onto the internet

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(KLTV) -

As the 'Harlem Shake' craze begins to die down, a new trend is sweeping the internet.

Called 'The Gallon Smash,' the video consists of people walking through a store with a gallon of milk or juice, then 'accidentally' slipping, smashing the gallons into the ground. The liquid explodes, splashing everything around it.

The original 'Gallon Smash' video, shown above, has over 3.1 million views since it was posted to YouTube last week. There are countless imitators popping up, as well.

Watch the video and tell us what you think!

(KLTV does not condone or suggest anyone try this themselves)

On a mobile device? Copy this link to view the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glgblV7Un_g

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