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A couple of years ago, flash mobs rose like phoenixes from the ashes of pop culture, soaring through the sky and onto our screens faster than we could keep up. Just when you thought that the flash mobs had finally peaked and returned to the dust from which they came, comes this gem all the way from Sydney Australia. It's a charming child-and-teen-only mob, and it's just in time for St. Patrick's Day.


The mob was organized by Tourism Ireland in Sydney as an homage to the country's most important holiday, despite the fact that it took place thousands of miles from the Emerald Isle. The flash mob in Central Station was comprised of over 100 young dancers, and the scene is charming enough to make us want to jig along with them.

Also see, This Military Flash Mob At The Smithsonian Is Giving Everyone The Chills.

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