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Or maybe not: http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2010/sep/08/psychologists-killer-dance-moves-men
Where does this come into it? http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=7025391&l=bcafab169d&id=566920568
but this sort of science can do my nut a bit. Like the article last week modelling a famous free kick, it was really popular too.
when it gets to the good dancer part. go, dancing man thing, go!
I wasn't when he did the first dance but the second dance really drew me in.
I thought there was some law of physics that prohibited so many checked shirts in such a small area.
Like a little zero-gravity hole in the fabric of the universe.
when it went from bad dancer to good dancer i wet myself.
I was pretty pleased as the first guy kinda resembles my horrific attempts at what could only be loosely described as dancing.
I just watched it again and saw the big 'BAD DANCER' text in the bottom corner. Oh dear.
I like Northern Soul style dancing...
Oh, and DiSer 'morepricksthandicks' dances a lot like the Rockwell.
Sam Rockwell contact Shane Meadows about it :D
It's like MY DREAM COME TRUE (only if they dance and I'm in it and they dance around me and wink at me)
I danced for Paddy once; not in a sleazy way. I stood in front of him after ten gins and a table full of shots and asked if he wanted to see me dance to Lionel Richie :(
I'm so excited I can't type
this is how to dance (james brown):
but I like when they all dance together :)
I like James Brown, I was surprised how he was still so nimble even when he became much more well built (like his Zaire show in 74). Amazing moves!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UxU8s7Au0A @ 1m:15s