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{{iboriginal|mystride|Can't Break My Stride!}}
{{ibdate|February 2006|February 26,2006}}
|title1=Can't Break Scotty's Stride
|title2=Nobody's gonna break MY stride.
|title3=Can't Break Darth Vader's Stride
|title4=Can't Break Neo's Stride
|title5=Can't Break Nigga's Ride
{{ibt|Used Music}}
{{ibm|Matthew Wilder|[http://ytmnd.com/assets/b5693c354d563ec817d467cdba1e0ff0 Break My Stride]}}
{{ibm|Pink Lagoon|[http://ytmnd.com/assets/353bfd58c1b31c65b986c197199db447 Break My Stride (club mix)]}}
The '''Can't Break My Stride''' [[fad]] is composed of an animated GIF of people moving quickly or being chased by a usually gimp-like character, accompanied by Matthew Wilder's ''Break My Stride'' (available on Volume 10 of the [[YTMND Soundtrack]]). It is occasionally referenced by the acronym '''CBMS'''. The {{y|mystride|first CBMS}} YTMND was made by [[syncan]] on February 26, 2006.
==Original Use==
This type of YTMND usually has the character in question walking or running along, easily overcoming a specific type of obstacle or inconvenience. The most popular example of this YTMND is {{ytmnduser|syncan}}'s {{y|mystride|Can't Break My Stride}} from the series ''My Name Is Earl'', which features triple-amputee Cameron Clapp chasing after Earl on prosthetic running legs.
==Popular Varieties==
The antithesis of these YTMNDs is the "trip stride" variety.  These usually involve a character, again, running or walking, but are distracted by something and end up tripping over the a specific item they should normally be able to avoid.  At the moment of impact, the music is interrupted, and silence typically follows the remainder of the YTMND.  The best example of this YTMND is {{y|scott|Can't Break Scotty's stide}} by {{ytmnduser|NovaDaveX}}.
Some sites may use other takes on the song, the most popular being a club version of Pink Lagoon's take.
==NARV Status==
The fad can be abused as most sites involve just taking an image and setting it to music, but really not to the degree as other fads.  Most recent stride sites involve the "trip stride" variety.
[[Category:NARVish Fads]]

Revision as of 16:22, December 28, 2006