They don’t walk, they swing, and they twist and turn like a kinked-up, pudgy dancer in the middle of a jazz jam. The dancers in this video are obviously not doing any of that. They are too skinny and too tall to be dancing.
I am guessing this video is not of a particular club. I bet it was at some party where everyone dressed like, “Gabby” or something, and that this dance was something that happened more often than not.
The most impressive dance I’ve ever seen was the man on the left with the shirtless, big-boned, jacked-up dancer on the right. He looks like a supermodel, just without the makeup and hair.
The most inspiring, however, is the dude on the far right. He has everything it takes to be a successful dancer, and yet he doesn’t care what anyone else does. That’s a man you want to dance with. Let’s watch some dance-off videos of him.
But, don’t get this guy started on being an idiot.
Here are some other great dances he’d take part in:
Heck, he can also do whatever he wants. That’s what makes him so awesome.
If you wanna make it to the top, you better have the moves.
The dance is so simple that you can do as much or as little as you want, just keep practicing, and you won’t be too far behind other dancers’ levels. The rest just comes naturally with time and experience.
It’s the easiest thing I’ve ever seen.
In the aftermath of the attacks, people in the United Kingdom rushed to donate blood. As of Thursday, only 40% of the blood supply had been distributed to civilians. (For more background on what’s been happening in Europe, read my earlier post about why countries are so afraid of terrorism.)
One of the reasons for the shortage is that the number of people requiring red blood cells from donors of the right type has fallen in recent years, in large part because of the lack of available people with the type of red blood cells needed. That may seem surprising to people who live in affluent cities in the developed world, where they have access to lots of blood type donors. In the United States, for instance, there are more than 200,000 people on the waiting list for a donor of hemoglobin A1c-negative type. That number is more than
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