Vernacular Dancing in the 21st Century

March 5, 2008 at 1:32 AM 1 comment

There are many types of dances out there, and the only one I’ve ever truly learned was the Chicken Dance, which was ingrained into me ever since extraterrestrial sentient green egg-yolks abducted me to feed to a ginormous three-eyed chicken god known as Poultra.

But recently, some friends of mine have learned several types of dancing. These vertical expressions of horizontal desires legalized by music are quite fascinating.

Perhaps it is part of Homo sapien behavior. I suppose it is a step up from the primeval “cock-fights” and territorial disputes among belligerent male packs that infest the less-civilized areas of our world. Or maybe this dancing is a way to display one’s adeptness at damaging one’s body in order to attract members of the opposite sex (Note: Is it possible that the nomenclature for “breakdancing” comes from the damaged bodies that result from this physically demanding activity?)

I will continue to observe this unique phenomena and post further insights.


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  • 1. Korn  |  March 26, 2008 at 4:20 AM

    Primates, including monkeys and apes, are very social. They possess a high aptitude for learning from each other. Anyway, did you know that the Homo Sapien’s closest ancestor is the chimpanzee? And that they used to be herbivores and hunted as prey? It was not until some Homo started eating the meat of an already dead organism did the homo sapien become a dominant species. The proteins from a carnivorous diet increased our brain size. I predict that dancing started to get popular during the Micheal Jackson era. If you dont like dancing, blame Mr. Jackson.


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