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

Quakers Find Brilliant Way To Explain Their Religion

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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