Remember the 80s? Of course you do. Or at least the parts that have been carefully curated by American Apparel and filtered through an Instagram lens to become a synthtastic vision exclusively populated by Debbie Harry. I’m personally still waiting for Vogue to address this historical imbalance and let Chris de Burgh guest edit a Lady in Red issue with Valentino. I was born in the 80s and all that’s left of this decade are overpriced pongy polyester dresses in Dalston vintage boutiques. Thank God for YouTube then, finest provider of kittens and a premium destination for trolls since 2005, which has now also become a repository for our collective memory and a proud pioneer in the WTF branch of history. Like the following video, a glittery ball of lycra lunacy that combines disco dancing, rudimentary rap and karate. Obviously excited by the discovery that teenage turtles can do karate (and eat pizza) this video takes it to its illogical literal conclusion. This video is not so much jumping the shark as creating the whole new discipline of shark parkour. You’ve been warned.