The parody's creators, SRbrosEntertainment, are Shukran and Roshan, two young Afghan-Americans with a burning desire to screw around on camera.
"No more Gangnam style -- only Afghan style," one of them warns a young man galloping along a leafy sidewalk Gangnam-style.
Then it's full of lame rhymes like "khorma" (the dish) and "shorwa" (soup) and awkward dance moves in and around shopping malls and gun shops.
Here's a quick glossary of some of those terms in their shout-out to Afghan style and culture:
paaran -- traditional tunic
tumban -- traditional pants
attan -- traditional Afghan dance
mehmoni -- party
chai -- tea
jalabi -- deep-fried sweets (kind of like funnel cakes)
ferini -- pudding
shrini -- sweets
Eid -- Islamic festival