'Napoleon Dynamite' Dance 100 Times Is Now Off The Bucket List

05/05/2014 12:53 am ET

Talk about dedication.

Matt Bray not only learned how to do a spot-on version of the classic dance scene from the 2004 film "Napoleon Dynamite," he also went ahead and filmed himself dancing it.

And then he did it again. And again. And again.

Every day for more than 100 days, Bray danced -- and the edited video above shows him completing "100 days of dance," or item #117 on his bucket list.

"Technically it was around 120 something days but 100 days sounds better," he writes in the description of the video of him dancing to "Canned Heat" by Jamiroquai.

Bray has been documenting his efforts to cross items off his unusual bucket list and posting the videos to YouTube under the name "ProjectOneLife."

"I have a Bucket List and I am trying to live life to the fullest," he writes in the description.

Some of the list items he's taken care of so far include "Crash a Wedding" (#13), "Eat White Castle Like Harold and Kumar" (#45) and "Break a Guinness World Record" (#11).

(h/t Gawker)

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