When English comedian Michael Dapaah went viral late last year for his song “Man’s Not Hot,” he gave us instantly classic lines like “two plus two is four/minus one that’s three, quick maths” and “when the ting went quack-quack-quack.” He also inadvertently started a dance craze across Latin America and the United States. Part of Dapaah’s song sounds a little like he’s saying “Scooby Doo pa pa” instead of “skidiki-pap-pap” and a “pu-pu-drrr-boom,” which inspired Dominican musician to drop “Scooby Doo pa pa” in September 2017.

In the last few months, the song has taken off online, something DJ Kass credits to Venezuelan internet star Lele Pons. Last year, Lele shared videos of herself and Inanna Sarkis dressed as Scooby-Doo’s Daphne and Velma, respectively, and dancing to the song. This has inspired copycat videos throughout Latin America and the US, with many people opting to dress up as the most cerebral member of Mystery Inc for the dance challenge.

But aside from blaring the song in their videos, people have taken a lot of creative liberties with the #ScoobyDooPaPa challenge. Check out seven of our favorite videos below:

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Posted by Policía Nacional del Perú on Monday, February 5, 2018

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