How to start a dance craze
Well, OK, not exactly a craze yet, but I’d love to see this catch on. The really amazing thing about it is that instead of avoiding a guy doing something weird in public, people are joining in. Lots of them. And it looks like the ones who aren’t are at least smiling are recording the fun. I’d like to see if the same phenomenon would happen if the perpetrator was not a good looking and engaging young man, but I’ll take what I can get. I’m grateful that he’s using his charms to this end.
If you like to dance, try it yourself!
If any of you are out going and fearless enough to try this without the crowd, please let me know if you’re successful in engaging a crowd! It reminded me of the procession following the memorial 5 years ago of Frankie Manning, the “Ambassador of Lindy Hop”. The New Orleans jazz band that played at the memorial led the congregation dancing behind them from the church to Central Park. New Yorkers grinned at us and enjoyed the spectacle then too!
Prepare to be delighted!
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by LaurieAnn Lepoff
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