I really don’t think so. Why do you insist that it is? It really isn’t.
#4 is not the Jersey Turnpike - it’s grinding with hands on the knees! GAH!
its how i do things
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Oh gosh, there’s a link about a move that not only is grinding, but it’s a degrading dance for my state named after one of its most maligned thoroughfares:
The New Jersey Turnpike!
It’s my birth state’s native freak dance where the basic moves for it (peck-peck-on-culis rubbing) are jacked up with sexual bending with palms on the ground!
You know, I’d rather ride in a car traveling the whole stretch of the real thing than do that nasty dance!
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Thank goodness for ballroom dancing clubs! Let’s hope that one works…
I feel your pain. School dances are not what they used to be…
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Another high school deters grinding with a weapon - ballroom dancing!
They recently hired a dance instructor to teach participants how to dance the salsa and the swing to deter all that freak dancing. But the sad part is that dancing lessons as something to curb dirty dancing can have flaws. Not only lessons can be expensive, but some students would revert back to their bum-on-crotch shaking.
Well, Florence High, I hope it works…
Grinding is so easy to do, that even kids as young as five do this.
Well, I helped Muetti’s friend stop her son (he was 8 or 10, I believe) from dancing something pretty similar to freak dancing but with some space, in front of his girl friends, who were younger than him, after a recent Sunday Mass. His mother spanked him with a rolled up bulletin from my Catholic church and said that it was inappropriate. His father says he should cut down on the cartoons.
I helped further by pulling him over and told him the same thing. He claimed that it was Tom and Jerry (the cartoons), but I believe it was more than that. I think he saw something on home video, Internet video-sharing site, or television that involved live-action (non-animated) people doing what he did, but against their partner’s crotch or butt.
Then, I went into the car of one of Muetti’s friends, and I told the kids about the boy’s dancing. I told them that high schoolers do it in dances, despite the rules, and how even middle and elementary schoolers do it too. I told them this dancing rule: face-to-face with some space. He might have not agreed with me, but with persuasion, he can learn the right and wrong ways to dance throughout life.
My heroic (or pretty heroic) advocacy towards kids young as 3 about grinding came to show that 3 years old is never too young to learn that the social dance is inappropriate. I hope my story can spur parents, teachers, and others to have their kids use common sense when dancing.
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there will be none at winter ball for all of those in attendance. seriously, ladies and gentlemen, let’s stop degrading ourselves as we try and simulate animal-like sex on the dance floor. we look like idiots. we’re not even looking at each other! to quote a very wise woman, “i’m really not…
Well said - I was a victim of the dance from a church dance in my junior year till homecoming in my senior year. Also, it causes many schools to cancel dances. Just read the news on a recent one that canceled its Winter Ball.
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People in Regency England didn’t dance quite the way we do. There was, for example, precious little grinding. Smoke machines were rarely used. I doubt lasers made much of an appearance. On the other hand — fortunate generation! — everyone was spared the Electric Slide.
Word, man - if schools have enough of that bum-on-crotch party dance, they would have to make their school dances Regency Era balls! Just look at teens’ faces when they wear cravats and knee breeches, empire-waist gowns, and do dorky dances! LOL!!!