Quaker Parody 'What Does George Fox Say' Is The Best Way To Learn About The Religious Society Of Friends

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The Religious Society of Friends, also known as Quakers, were founded by a man named George Fox-- and what better way to explain his teachings than with a parody video of Ylvis' viral hit "What Does The Fox Say?"

"What Does George Fox Say?" features dancing girls in bonnets, disco balls, hula hoops, and George Fox quotations like:

The Lord does not dwell in these man-made temples but rather in people's hearts.

It was produced, written, and directed by Ben Guaraldi, a freelance web developer and Quaker.

Find out what George Fox says for yourself, if you don't mind having the song stuck in your head all day.

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