A not particularly rhythmic movement (more properly, a tic) exhibited by a white guy in response to hearing... nay, feeling the beat.
Usually seen happening in bars by drunk men. Ha. They put a fist in the air and just pump it back and forth for a very long period of time. Dancing? I don't think soooo.
1. At the start of the music, shape a chicken beak with your hands. Open and close it four times, during the first four beats of the music.
2. Make chicken wings with your arms. Flap your wings four times, during the next four beats of the music.
3. Make a chicken's tail feathers with your arms and hands. Wiggle downwards during the next four beats of the music.
4. Clap four times during the next four beats of the music.
5. Repeat this process four times.
6a. At the bridge, hold your arms straight, in imitation of an aeroplane. All dancers spun around the room in "flight" until the bridge ends.
6b. Alternately, at the bridge, link arms with the nearest person, turn right eight steps, switch arms and turn left eight steps, then repeat until the bridge ends.
7. The dance repeats, progressively getting faster and faster, until the music stops. See also Weddings.
Dude. Do us a solid. Add your own funny dance.
An old-time Scottish social dance.
A line dance concocted by Tina Turner to accompany her song "Nutbush City Limits".
There's a lot of hoo-haw grabbing in this dance from the 1500's.