Friday, July 13, 2007

Do your dance on the floor...

One of my favorite things to do is dance. I remember back in "my day" we had dances like the "MC Hammer," "Roger Rabbit," "Tom and Jerry," "Cabbage Patch," "Wa'p," oh, I could go on forever. I always said that I wanted to be that cool mom who knew how to do all the dances that the kids were doing (it's a big hit at parties). So in order to keep up with the kids, occasionally I'll be posting these random new dances that I've found on YouTube and have attempted to learn.

The first one is pretty weird looking and I don't think I look really cute doing it, but it shall stay on deck. It's called "Crank dat Roosevelt."



The next one is my FAV right now. It's so fun to watch that you just wanna get up and SUPERMAN DAT HOE. It's called "Crank dat Soulja Boy," also known as "The Superman"



and here's the white version



after further investigation I found this: "Crank dat Batman"



And you can't leave Spiderman out, can you? Here's "Crank dat Spiderman"



So it seems as long as you're crankin something, you'll do fine.

5 comments:

Ty said...

Um... wow. I think I rather just be old. Not knowing how to "(insert superhero here) dat hoe" is totally okay by me.

Tracie said...

Aw c'mon Ty. I'll teach you how to Superman dat hoe before class on Monday. How bout I'm sore from Superman-ing dat hoe all day yesterday. I'm super cool.

:: k said...

i heard that superman song on the radio, and i think my blood pressure literally shot through the roof. the f*ck are these foolywangs saying?!?! why do they leave off the last syllable in EVERY word?? more importantly, SUP-ER-MAN-DAT-HOE...for real?!?!?!

aaaargh!

i love my people...i love my people...i love my people...i love my people...

Cokoa Chanel said...

Okay I know I am late with responding but ... I think I like the white version (LOL) they get so CRUNK when they learn a new dance! JAM WHITE BOY...JAM!!

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