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Beer, Life, and Love: I don't know what he's doing, I just told him to FLOSS! Peter Griffin here, and boy oh boy is THIS ONE a doozy! ILOLed (that's an acronym the young people of today use, and it means "laugh out loud," in case you didn't know) out loud so hard I almost spat my beer out all over my computer and ruined it! Boy would THAT ever be un-epic! Without my computer, how would I ever be able to look at these hilarious maymays and explain them for all of you? Not to mention I'd no longer be able to watch the latest compilations of Ben Shapiro DESTROYing l*btards epically. Explaining me-mes and watching leftists get epically pwned are the only two things Ireally love in life anymore, and ifI were to lose both at the same time, I honestly don't know what I'd do. Probably be so overcome with grief at my life losing all meaning, that I'd be unable to continue living my now-pointless life and put a gun in my mouth. Wow, Ireally went off track there, didn't I? Anyway, this is so epically hilarious because it features a young person, probably no older than fifteen, at the dentist's office But here's the kicker: he's not in the dentist chair or anything! No, instead, he's up and about, swinging his arms around and moving his hips! In the foreground, we have a woman wearing a surgical mask, whom we can reasonably assume is the dentist. She observes the young man confusedly, and proclaims, "I don't know what he's doing, Ijust told him to FLOSS!" See, the dentist is presumably referring to the act of rubbing a thin string between one's teeth to remove excess plaque. That's the historical definition of the word floss," which has been commercially available since 1882. Our young friend, however, seems to have other ideas. See, more recently, "floss" has come to refer to a dance move in the popular online game, Fortnite. The dance is characterized by "a lot of fast arms and hip swings as though using a giant invisible piece of floss," which is where the name comes from. Additionally, the child is drawn to resemble one Russell Horning, popularly known as "Backpack Kid," who helped popularize the dance. With this information in mind, it can be inferred that the dentist is advising the boy to keep his teeth clean, by flossing, but since he's such a gamer, he instead believes that she is telling him to do the Fortnite dance. Now THAT is epic! I tried playing Fortnite myself, a few times, but couldn't really get into it. There's too many
Beer, Life, and Love: I don't know what he's doing, I just told him to FLOSS!
 Peter Griffin here, and boy oh boy is THIS ONE a doozy! ILOLed (that's an acronym the young people of today use, and it means
 "laugh out loud," in case you didn't know) out loud so hard I almost spat my beer out all over my computer and ruined it! Boy
 would THAT ever be un-epic! Without my computer, how would I ever be able to look at these hilarious maymays and explain
 them for all of you? Not to mention I'd no longer be able to watch the latest compilations of Ben Shapiro DESTROYing l*btards
 epically. Explaining me-mes and watching leftists get epically pwned are the only two things Ireally love in life anymore, and ifI
 were to lose both at the same time, I honestly don't know what I'd do. Probably be so overcome with grief at my life losing all
 meaning, that I'd be unable to continue living my now-pointless life and put a gun in my mouth. Wow, Ireally went off track there,
 didn't I? Anyway, this is so epically hilarious because it features a young person, probably no older than fifteen, at the dentist's office
 But here's the kicker: he's not in the dentist chair or anything! No, instead, he's up and about, swinging his arms around and moving
 his hips! In the foreground, we have a woman wearing a surgical mask, whom we can reasonably assume is the dentist. She observes
 the young man confusedly, and proclaims, "I don't know what he's doing, Ijust told him to FLOSS!" See, the dentist is presumably
 referring to the act of rubbing a thin string between one's teeth to remove excess plaque. That's the historical definition of the word
 floss," which has been commercially available since 1882. Our young friend, however, seems to have other ideas. See, more
 recently, "floss" has come to refer to a dance move in the popular online game, Fortnite. The dance is characterized by "a lot of fast
 arms and hip swings as though using a giant invisible piece of floss," which is where the name comes from. Additionally, the child is
 drawn to resemble one Russell Horning, popularly known as "Backpack Kid," who helped popularize the dance. With this
 information in mind, it can be inferred that the dentist is advising the boy to keep his teeth clean, by flossing, but since he's such a
 gamer, he instead believes that she is telling him to do the Fortnite dance. Now THAT is epic! I tried playing Fortnite myself, a few
 times, but couldn't really get into it. There's too many

Dancing, Skinny, and Some More: ech0winchester: lizziedoesvetschool: kuklarusskaya: yayamartin: thisclockworkheart: sjwcansuckmydick: thisclockworkheart: Because why not? ;-)  Source I don’t think this counts as dancing.  Or even skipping really.  It’s more of an exagerated waddle So. Let me tell you about the day I took this video. It was the 1 year anniversary of my open heart surgery. It’s about a year old, and I’d say it’s pretty safe to say I’ve improved since then. In case you don’t agree, let’s take a look at some more at my exaggerated waddling. Waddle. Waddle waddle. *rolls across the floor* Clearly I am immobilized by my own mass. Oh wait… that’s not it, is it? It sort of seems like the opposite. Almost as though the ability to dance is based on strength, effort and passion and not on being skinny. Strange concept I know, let’s see if you can wrap your tiny little mind around it.  not to mention she wasnt waddling at all.. That was clearly a jete, chasse, and assemble.. not waddling. ballet… Yo. Professional ballerina speaking here. Clearly she is performing a saute arabesque, chasse, step-step, assemble devant with arms in fifth.  And as a teacher too, I can’t find much technically wrong with it at all.  Which means not only is she a gifted dancer, she has a wonderful technical foundation that she is executing properly and with lovely mannerism. Being a ballerina isn’t about how much you weigh. Give me this girl ANY day for a student or dancer to work with. Clearly she has the knowledge and the passion, which means she will be a joy to work with.  Also, for those of you criticizing, you clearly have NO idea how difficult it is to execute a develope ecarte derriere the way she is at the barre in one of her later photos. This takes YEARS of dedicated training, as well as extensive natural facility, such as turnout, which she clearly demonstrates here.  So maybe before you peons thinking you’re masters of ballet judge dancers based on weight, you should actually learn about ballet and technique. Because if you had, you’d recognize that this girl clearly has technique—unlike your basic asses. DANCE IS NOT JUST FOR SKINNY PEOPLE As someone who loves dancing and is overweight… this post is awe inspiring.Keep dancing girl. You’re my hero
Dancing, Skinny, and Some More: ech0winchester:

lizziedoesvetschool:
kuklarusskaya:

yayamartin:

thisclockworkheart:

sjwcansuckmydick:

thisclockworkheart:

Because why not? ;-) 
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I don’t think this counts as dancing.  Or even skipping really.  It’s more of an exagerated waddle

So. Let me tell you about the day I took this video. It was the 1 year anniversary of my open heart surgery. It’s about a year old, and I’d say it’s pretty safe to say I’ve improved since then. In case you don’t agree, let’s take a look at some more at my exaggerated waddling.
Waddle.
Waddle waddle.
*rolls across the floor*
Clearly I am immobilized by my own mass.
Oh wait… that’s not it, is it? It sort of seems like the opposite. Almost as though the ability to dance is based on strength, effort and passion and not on being skinny. Strange concept I know, let’s see if you can wrap your tiny little mind around it. 

not to mention she wasnt waddling at all.. That was clearly a jete, chasse, and assemble.. not waddling. ballet… 

Yo. Professional ballerina speaking here.
Clearly she is performing a saute arabesque, chasse, step-step, assemble devant with arms in fifth. 
And as a teacher too, I can’t find much technically wrong with it at all. 
Which means not only is she a gifted dancer, she has a wonderful technical foundation that she is executing properly and with lovely mannerism.
Being a ballerina isn’t about how much you weigh. Give me this girl ANY day for a student or dancer to work with. Clearly she has the knowledge and the passion, which means she will be a joy to work with. 
Also, for those of you criticizing, you clearly have NO idea how difficult it is to execute a develope ecarte derriere the way she is at the barre in one of her later photos. This takes YEARS of dedicated training, as well as extensive natural facility, such as turnout, which she clearly demonstrates here. 
So maybe before you peons thinking you’re masters of ballet judge dancers based on weight, you should actually learn about ballet and technique. Because if you had, you’d recognize that this girl clearly has technique—unlike your basic asses.


DANCE IS NOT JUST FOR SKINNY PEOPLE


As someone who loves dancing and is overweight… this post is awe inspiring.Keep dancing girl. You’re my hero

ech0winchester: lizziedoesvetschool: kuklarusskaya: yayamartin: thisclockworkheart: sjwcansuckmydick: thisclockworkheart: Because why ...

Beyonce, Definitely, and Drinking: <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://iwontdancenetwork.tumblr.com/post/149195005413">iwontdancenetwork</a>:</p> <blockquote> <h2><b> <a href="http://www.soompi.com/2016/08/17/7-choreographers-making-splash-2016/">7 Choreographers Who Are Dominating K-Pop In 2016</a> </b></h2> <hr><p>There are so many things that add to the colors of K-Pop, but the dances are obviously a focal point for most fans. So when a group pairs an amazing song with an equally amazing dance, it’s common for fans to want to know about the choreographer. Many groups work with choreographers from all over the world, some of whom claim to save their best moves for the K-Pop teams they believe can achieve the desired results. Dance is an art form, after all!</p> <p>Here are a few choreographers riding the K-Pop wave and making a splash in 2016. Some have been around for years, while some are newer to the scene. Whether fans know them or not, they’re all definitely worth checking out.</p> <h2><b>BLAZER PYO</b></h2> <p> A choreographer under JYP Entertainment, Blazer Pyo has been helping train artists in the company for awhile, including miss A’s Suzy. During the first episode of MNet’s “Hit the Stage,” he became a trending topic on Naver after performing with TWICE’s Momo. It’s always nice when a dancer from a big company gets some spotlight! Catch Momo’s “Hit the Stage” performance, or enjoy the performance video below, taken at a workshop at NY Dance School. <br/></p> <figure data-url="https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Do8ZcoV-yml0" data-orig-height="304" data-orig-width="540" data-provider="youtube" class="tmblr-embed tmblr-full"><iframe id="youtube_iframe" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/o8ZcoV-yml0?feature=oembed&amp;enablejsapi=1&amp;origin=https://safe.txmblr.com&amp;wmode=opaque" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="304" width="540"></iframe></figure><h2><b>KEONE MADRID</b></h2> <p> Keone Madrid made waves when he was credited with choreographing BTS’s “Fire,” featuring moves the dancer claims are difficult for even professional dancers. Keone Madrid is one half of a husband-wife dance team that can be spotted in Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” video. While it’s a shame he didn’t get to work with BTS directly, we hope to see him choreograph for more K-Pop groups in the future. You can check out some more of Keone Madrid’s moves in the video below. <br/></p> <figure data-url="https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D0XB6q8yhZsA" data-orig-height="304" data-orig-width="540" data-provider="youtube" class="tmblr-embed tmblr-full"><iframe id="youtube_iframe" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/0XB6q8yhZsA?feature=oembed&amp;enablejsapi=1&amp;origin=https://safe.txmblr.com&amp;wmode=opaque" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="304" width="540"></iframe></figure><h2> <b>SUGAWARA KOHARU</b><br/></h2> <p> Sugawara Koharu is a Japanese choreographer gaining prowess in Japan, having just opened her own company. Shawols will recognize her name immediately, as she was introduced to the K-Pop world after choreographing Taemin’s Japanese solo, “Goodbye.” She also made a special appearance with Taemin on “Hit the Stage” and you can watch the pair’s impressive choreography in the video below. <br/></p> <figure data-url="https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dpt_O4IPNBS8" data-orig-height="304" data-orig-width="540" data-provider="youtube" class="tmblr-embed tmblr-full"><iframe id="youtube_iframe" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/pt_O4IPNBS8?feature=oembed&amp;enablejsapi=1&amp;origin=https://safe.txmblr.com&amp;wmode=opaque" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="304" width="540"></iframe></figure><h2> <b>KO KYUNGJUN</b><br/></h2> <p> Ko Kyungjun is a main choreographer and dancer of the DQ Agency Dance Team, which works primarily with Starship Entertainment. While the group certainly isn’t new to the scene, 2016 is definitely shaping up to be their year. Ko Kyungjun not only did the choreography of ASTRO’s two title songs, but also for SISTAR and Monsta X as well. The dance team also worked with Monsta X’s Shownu in Episode 1 of “Hit the Stage.” While we anticipate DQ’s next dance project, enjoy the choreography from Monsta X’s “Stuck.” <br/></p> <figure data-url="https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DEc7Z7YNdai0" data-orig-height="304" data-orig-width="540" data-provider="youtube" class="tmblr-embed tmblr-full"><iframe id="youtube_iframe" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/Ec7Z7YNdai0?feature=oembed&amp;enablejsapi=1&amp;origin=https://safe.txmblr.com&amp;wmode=opaque" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="304" width="540"></iframe></figure><h2><b>ASTRO’s ROCKY</b></h2> <p> DQ Agency may be responsible for the choreography of both of Fantagio Entertainment’s new boy group ASTRO’s title songs, but one of the youngest members of ASTRO, Rocky, has been making a splash with his own choreography. His dance skills have slowly gained attention and he’s been allowed roles in assisting with the choreography for both lead songs, as well as choreographing the song “Fireworks” off the group’s latest album. Rocky was an assistant choreographer for the SBS Inkigayo Special UDF Stage “Six-Pack” and will also appear on “Hit the Stage” on August 24. Catch Rocky’s choreography for “Fireworks” below. <br/></p> <figure data-url="https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DFkCYYNrRkyg" data-orig-height="304" data-orig-width="540" data-provider="youtube" class="tmblr-embed tmblr-full"><iframe id="youtube_iframe" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/FkCYYNrRkyg?feature=oembed&amp;enablejsapi=1&amp;origin=https://safe.txmblr.com&amp;wmode=opaque" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="304" width="540"></iframe></figure><h2><b>KYLE HANAGAMI</b></h2> <p> Kyle Hanagami worked with numerous artists before making waves with his strong choreography for Red Velvet. In 2013, he launched a special project called “Letters of Love” to raise money for cancer research; he was diagnosed with leukemia a year later. Today, he still fits in “Letters of Love” and his personal battle with the illness while wowing K-Pop fans with his latest choreography – now that’s dedication. Kyle’s latest project is for YG Entertainment’s new girl group BlackPink. His hype is earned and it seems that nothing can keep this dancer down. Catch a peek of some of his choreography outside of K-Pop below. </p> <p><a href="http://iwontdance.com/post/74544947162/yonce-partition-by-beyonce-choreography-by">Choreography to “Yonce” by Beyonce</a></p> <figure data-orig-width="1000" data-orig-height="563" class="tmblr-full"><img data-orig-width="1000" data-orig-height="563" src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/d2b337d45ae6c487df17ff9d26181ca4/tumblr_inline_oc694yhLj81qlkvfr_540.png"/></figure><h2><b>1MILLION Dance Studios</b></h2> <p> It’s a big ocean, but 2016 is dominated by dancers who hail from 1 Million Dance School. Kim Tae Woo, also known as Kasper, calls the school home. Kasper, who teaches dance at SM Entertainment, recently making headlines with his appearance on SBS’s “Starking.” He tours with SM Town and also recently appeared in <a href="https://www.viki.com/celebrities/14185pr?utm_source=soompi&amp;utm_medium=soompi_news&amp;utm_campaign=soompi_link&amp;utm_content=7-choreographers-making-splash-2016">Taeyeon</a>’s “Why” video. The choreographer behind Taemin’s “Drip Drop,” Choi Jun Ho, is also from 1 Million, J.Ho. Lastly, the dancer paired with INFINITE’s Hoya for his Usher “Good Kisser” special concert stage is also from this school. If an artist works with a dancer from 1 Million this year, you can count on some magic happening. <br/></p> <p><a href="http://iwontdance.com/post/147876757714/be-happy-just-dance-sing-by-pentatonix">Choreography from 1Million Dance Studios</a></p> <figure data-orig-width="736" data-orig-height="840" class="tmblr-full"><img data-orig-width="736" data-orig-height="840" src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/e221572a74f63b482fea9ab17d74e1ba/tumblr_inline_oc694mHjhZ1qlkvfr_540.jpg"/></figure><hr><p>Author: <a href="http://www.soompi.com/author/heytoto/">Heytoto</a> | heytoto currently teaches ELL in Seoul, South Korea, and when she isn’t waiting in line for something, can be found drinking a latte. <br/></p> <hr><p><b><a href="http://www.iwontdance.com">www.iwontdance.com</a></b><br/></p> </blockquote>
Beyonce, Definitely, and Drinking: <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://iwontdancenetwork.tumblr.com/post/149195005413">iwontdancenetwork</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<h2><b>

<a href="http://www.soompi.com/2016/08/17/7-choreographers-making-splash-2016/">7 Choreographers Who Are Dominating K-Pop In 2016</a> </b></h2>
<hr><p>There are so many things that add to the colors of K-Pop, but the 
dances are obviously a focal point for most fans. So when a group pairs 
an amazing song with an equally amazing dance, it’s common for fans to 
want to know about the choreographer. Many groups work with 
choreographers from all over the world, some of whom claim to save their
 best moves for the K-Pop teams they believe can achieve the desired 
results. Dance is an art form, after all!</p>
<p>Here are a few choreographers riding the K-Pop wave and making a 
splash in 2016. Some have been around for years, while some are newer to
 the scene. Whether fans know them or not, they’re all definitely worth 
checking out.</p>
<h2><b>BLAZER PYO</b></h2>
<p>
A choreographer under JYP Entertainment, Blazer Pyo has been helping 
train artists in the company for awhile, including miss A’s Suzy. During
 the first episode of MNet’s “Hit the Stage,” he became a trending topic
 on Naver after performing with TWICE’s Momo. It’s always nice when a 
dancer from a big company gets some spotlight! Catch Momo’s “Hit the 
Stage” performance, or enjoy the performance video below, taken at a 
workshop at NY Dance School. <br/></p>
<figure data-url="https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Do8ZcoV-yml0" data-orig-height="304" data-orig-width="540" data-provider="youtube" class="tmblr-embed tmblr-full"><iframe id="youtube_iframe" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/o8ZcoV-yml0?feature=oembed&amp;enablejsapi=1&amp;origin=https://safe.txmblr.com&amp;wmode=opaque" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="304" width="540"></iframe></figure><h2><b>KEONE MADRID</b></h2>
<p>
Keone Madrid made waves when he was credited with choreographing BTS’s 
“Fire,” featuring moves the dancer claims are difficult for even 
professional dancers. Keone Madrid is one half of a husband-wife dance 
team that can be spotted in Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” video. While
 it’s a shame he didn’t get to work with BTS directly, we hope to see 
him choreograph for more K-Pop groups in the future. You can check out 
some more of Keone Madrid’s moves in the video below. <br/></p>
<figure data-url="https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D0XB6q8yhZsA" data-orig-height="304" data-orig-width="540" data-provider="youtube" class="tmblr-embed tmblr-full"><iframe id="youtube_iframe" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/0XB6q8yhZsA?feature=oembed&amp;enablejsapi=1&amp;origin=https://safe.txmblr.com&amp;wmode=opaque" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="304" width="540"></iframe></figure><h2>
<b>SUGAWARA KOHARU</b><br/></h2>
<p>
Sugawara Koharu is a Japanese choreographer gaining prowess in Japan, 
having just opened her own company. Shawols will recognize her name 
immediately, as she was introduced to the K-Pop world after 
choreographing Taemin’s Japanese solo, “Goodbye.” She also made a 
special appearance with Taemin on “Hit the Stage” and you can watch the 
pair’s impressive choreography in the video below. <br/></p>
<figure data-url="https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dpt_O4IPNBS8" data-orig-height="304" data-orig-width="540" data-provider="youtube" class="tmblr-embed tmblr-full"><iframe id="youtube_iframe" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/pt_O4IPNBS8?feature=oembed&amp;enablejsapi=1&amp;origin=https://safe.txmblr.com&amp;wmode=opaque" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="304" width="540"></iframe></figure><h2>
<b>KO KYUNGJUN</b><br/></h2>
<p>
Ko Kyungjun is a main choreographer and dancer of the DQ Agency Dance 
Team, which works primarily with Starship Entertainment. While the group
 certainly isn’t new to the scene, 2016 is definitely shaping up to be 
their year. Ko Kyungjun not only did the choreography of ASTRO’s two 
title songs, but also for SISTAR and Monsta X as well. The dance team 
also worked with Monsta X’s Shownu in Episode 1 of “Hit the Stage.” 
While we anticipate DQ’s next dance project, enjoy the choreography from
 Monsta X’s “Stuck.” <br/></p>
<figure data-url="https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DEc7Z7YNdai0" data-orig-height="304" data-orig-width="540" data-provider="youtube" class="tmblr-embed tmblr-full"><iframe id="youtube_iframe" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/Ec7Z7YNdai0?feature=oembed&amp;enablejsapi=1&amp;origin=https://safe.txmblr.com&amp;wmode=opaque" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="304" width="540"></iframe></figure><h2><b>ASTRO’s ROCKY</b></h2>
<p>
DQ Agency may be responsible for the choreography of both of Fantagio 
Entertainment’s new boy group ASTRO’s title songs, but one of the 
youngest members of ASTRO, Rocky, has been making a splash with his own 
choreography. His dance skills have slowly gained attention and he’s 
been allowed roles in assisting with the choreography for both lead 
songs, as well as choreographing the song “Fireworks” off the group’s 
latest album. Rocky was an assistant choreographer for the SBS Inkigayo 
Special UDF Stage “Six-Pack” and will also appear on “Hit the Stage” on 
August 24. Catch Rocky’s choreography for “Fireworks” below. <br/></p>
<figure data-url="https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DFkCYYNrRkyg" data-orig-height="304" data-orig-width="540" data-provider="youtube" class="tmblr-embed tmblr-full"><iframe id="youtube_iframe" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/FkCYYNrRkyg?feature=oembed&amp;enablejsapi=1&amp;origin=https://safe.txmblr.com&amp;wmode=opaque" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="304" width="540"></iframe></figure><h2><b>KYLE HANAGAMI</b></h2>
<p>
Kyle Hanagami worked with numerous artists before making waves with his 
strong choreography for Red Velvet. In 2013, he launched a special 
project called “Letters of Love” to raise money for cancer research; he 
was diagnosed with leukemia a year later. Today, he still fits in 
“Letters of Love” and his personal battle with the illness while wowing 
K-Pop fans with his latest choreography – now that’s dedication. Kyle’s 
latest project is for YG Entertainment’s new girl group BlackPink. His 
hype is earned and it seems that nothing can keep this dancer down. 
Catch a peek of some of his choreography outside of K-Pop below. </p>
<p><a href="http://iwontdance.com/post/74544947162/yonce-partition-by-beyonce-choreography-by">Choreography to “Yonce” by Beyonce</a></p>
<figure data-orig-width="1000" data-orig-height="563" class="tmblr-full"><img data-orig-width="1000" data-orig-height="563" src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/d2b337d45ae6c487df17ff9d26181ca4/tumblr_inline_oc694yhLj81qlkvfr_540.png"/></figure><h2><b>1MILLION Dance Studios</b></h2>
<p>
It’s a big ocean, but 2016 is dominated by dancers who hail from 1 
Million Dance School. Kim Tae Woo, also known as Kasper, calls the 
school home. Kasper, who teaches dance at SM Entertainment, recently 
making headlines with his appearance on SBS’s “Starking.” He tours with 
SM Town and also recently appeared in <a href="https://www.viki.com/celebrities/14185pr?utm_source=soompi&amp;utm_medium=soompi_news&amp;utm_campaign=soompi_link&amp;utm_content=7-choreographers-making-splash-2016">Taeyeon</a>’s
 “Why” video. The choreographer behind Taemin’s “Drip Drop,” Choi Jun 
Ho, is also from 1 Million, J.Ho. Lastly, the dancer paired with 
INFINITE’s Hoya for his Usher “Good Kisser” special concert stage is 
also from this school. If an artist works with a dancer from 1 Million 
this year, you can count on some magic happening. <br/></p>
<p><a href="http://iwontdance.com/post/147876757714/be-happy-just-dance-sing-by-pentatonix">Choreography from 1Million Dance Studios</a></p>
<figure data-orig-width="736" data-orig-height="840" class="tmblr-full"><img data-orig-width="736" data-orig-height="840" src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/e221572a74f63b482fea9ab17d74e1ba/tumblr_inline_oc694mHjhZ1qlkvfr_540.jpg"/></figure><hr><p>Author: <a href="http://www.soompi.com/author/heytoto/">Heytoto</a> | 
heytoto currently teaches ELL in Seoul, South Korea, and when she isn’t waiting in line for something, can be found drinking a latte. <br/></p>
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Beyonce, Definitely, and Drinking: iwontdancenetwork: 7 Choreographers Who Are Dominating K-Pop In 2016  There are so many things that add to the colors of K-Pop, but the dances are obviously a focal point for most fans. So when a group pairs an amazing song with an equally amazing dance, it’s common for fans to want to know about the choreographer. Many groups work with choreographers from all over the world, some of whom claim to save their best moves for the K-Pop teams they believe can achieve the desired results. Dance is an art form, after all! Here are a few choreographers riding the K-Pop wave and making a splash in 2016. Some have been around for years, while some are newer to the scene. Whether fans know them or not, they’re all definitely worth checking out. BLAZER PYO A choreographer under JYP Entertainment, Blazer Pyo has been helping train artists in the company for awhile, including miss A’s Suzy. During the first episode of MNet’s “Hit the Stage,” he became a trending topic on Naver after performing with TWICE’s Momo. It’s always nice when a dancer from a big company gets some spotlight! Catch Momo’s “Hit the Stage” performance, or enjoy the performance video below, taken at a workshop at NY Dance School. KEONE MADRID Keone Madrid made waves when he was credited with choreographing BTS’s “Fire,” featuring moves the dancer claims are difficult for even professional dancers. Keone Madrid is one half of a husband-wife dance team that can be spotted in Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” video. While it’s a shame he didn’t get to work with BTS directly, we hope to see him choreograph for more K-Pop groups in the future. You can check out some more of Keone Madrid’s moves in the video below. SUGAWARA KOHARU Sugawara Koharu is a Japanese choreographer gaining prowess in Japan, having just opened her own company. Shawols will recognize her name immediately, as she was introduced to the K-Pop world after choreographing Taemin’s Japanese solo, “Goodbye.” She also made a special appearance with Taemin on “Hit the Stage” and you can watch the pair’s impressive choreography in the video below. KO KYUNGJUN Ko Kyungjun is a main choreographer and dancer of the DQ Agency Dance Team, which works primarily with Starship Entertainment. While the group certainly isn’t new to the scene, 2016 is definitely shaping up to be their year. Ko Kyungjun not only did the choreography of ASTRO’s two title songs, but also for SISTAR and Monsta X as well. The dance team also worked with Monsta X’s Shownu in Episode 1 of “Hit the Stage.” While we anticipate DQ’s next dance project, enjoy the choreography from Monsta X’s “Stuck.” ASTRO’s ROCKY DQ Agency may be responsible for the choreography of both of Fantagio Entertainment’s new boy group ASTRO’s title songs, but one of the youngest members of ASTRO, Rocky, has been making a splash with his own choreography. His dance skills have slowly gained attention and he’s been allowed roles in assisting with the choreography for both lead songs, as well as choreographing the song “Fireworks” off the group’s latest album. Rocky was an assistant choreographer for the SBS Inkigayo Special UDF Stage “Six-Pack” and will also appear on “Hit the Stage” on August 24. Catch Rocky’s choreography for “Fireworks” below. KYLE HANAGAMI Kyle Hanagami worked with numerous artists before making waves with his strong choreography for Red Velvet. In 2013, he launched a special project called “Letters of Love” to raise money for cancer research; he was diagnosed with leukemia a year later. Today, he still fits in “Letters of Love” and his personal battle with the illness while wowing K-Pop fans with his latest choreography – now that’s dedication. Kyle’s latest project is for YG Entertainment’s new girl group BlackPink. His hype is earned and it seems that nothing can keep this dancer down. Catch a peek of some of his choreography outside of K-Pop below.  Choreography to “Yonce” by Beyonce 1MILLION Dance Studios It’s a big ocean, but 2016 is dominated by dancers who hail from 1 Million Dance School. Kim Tae Woo, also known as Kasper, calls the school home. Kasper, who teaches dance at SM Entertainment, recently making headlines with his appearance on SBS’s “Starking.” He tours with SM Town and also recently appeared in Taeyeon’s “Why” video. The choreographer behind Taemin’s “Drip Drop,” Choi Jun Ho, is also from 1 Million, J.Ho. Lastly, the dancer paired with INFINITE’s Hoya for his Usher “Good Kisser” special concert stage is also from this school. If an artist works with a dancer from 1 Million this year, you can count on some magic happening. Choreography from 1Million Dance Studios Author: Heytoto | heytoto currently teaches ELL in Seoul, South Korea, and when she isn’t waiting in line for something, can be found drinking a latte. www.iwontdance.com
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7 Choreographers Who Are Dominating K-Pop In 2016 
There are so many things that add to the colors of K-Pop, but the 
dances are obviously a focal point for most fans. So when a group pairs 
an amazing song with an equally amazing dance, it’s common for fans to 
want to know about the choreographer. Many groups work with 
choreographers from all over the world, some of whom claim to save their
 best moves for the K-Pop teams they believe can achieve the desired 
results. Dance is an art form, after all!
Here are a few choreographers riding the K-Pop wave and making a 
splash in 2016. Some have been around for years, while some are newer to
 the scene. Whether fans know them or not, they’re all definitely worth 
checking out.
BLAZER PYO

A choreographer under JYP Entertainment, Blazer Pyo has been helping 
train artists in the company for awhile, including miss A’s Suzy. During
 the first episode of MNet’s “Hit the Stage,” he became a trending topic
 on Naver after performing with TWICE’s Momo. It’s always nice when a 
dancer from a big company gets some spotlight! Catch Momo’s “Hit the 
Stage” performance, or enjoy the performance video below, taken at a 
workshop at NY Dance School. 
KEONE MADRID

Keone Madrid made waves when he was credited with choreographing BTS’s 
“Fire,” featuring moves the dancer claims are difficult for even 
professional dancers. Keone Madrid is one half of a husband-wife dance 
team that can be spotted in Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” video. While
 it’s a shame he didn’t get to work with BTS directly, we hope to see 
him choreograph for more K-Pop groups in the future. You can check out 
some more of Keone Madrid’s moves in the video below. 

SUGAWARA KOHARU

Sugawara Koharu is a Japanese choreographer gaining prowess in Japan, 
having just opened her own company. Shawols will recognize her name 
immediately, as she was introduced to the K-Pop world after 
choreographing Taemin’s Japanese solo, “Goodbye.” She also made a 
special appearance with Taemin on “Hit the Stage” and you can watch the 
pair’s impressive choreography in the video below. 

KO KYUNGJUN

Ko Kyungjun is a main choreographer and dancer of the DQ Agency Dance 
Team, which works primarily with Starship Entertainment. While the group
 certainly isn’t new to the scene, 2016 is definitely shaping up to be 
their year. Ko Kyungjun not only did the choreography of ASTRO’s two 
title songs, but also for SISTAR and Monsta X as well. The dance team 
also worked with Monsta X’s Shownu in Episode 1 of “Hit the Stage.” 
While we anticipate DQ’s next dance project, enjoy the choreography from
 Monsta X’s “Stuck.” 
ASTRO’s ROCKY

DQ Agency may be responsible for the choreography of both of Fantagio 
Entertainment’s new boy group ASTRO’s title songs, but one of the 
youngest members of ASTRO, Rocky, has been making a splash with his own 
choreography. His dance skills have slowly gained attention and he’s 
been allowed roles in assisting with the choreography for both lead 
songs, as well as choreographing the song “Fireworks” off the group’s 
latest album. Rocky was an assistant choreographer for the SBS Inkigayo 
Special UDF Stage “Six-Pack” and will also appear on “Hit the Stage” on 
August 24. Catch Rocky’s choreography for “Fireworks” below. 
KYLE HANAGAMI

Kyle Hanagami worked with numerous artists before making waves with his 
strong choreography for Red Velvet. In 2013, he launched a special 
project called “Letters of Love” to raise money for cancer research; he 
was diagnosed with leukemia a year later. Today, he still fits in 
“Letters of Love” and his personal battle with the illness while wowing 
K-Pop fans with his latest choreography – now that’s dedication. Kyle’s 
latest project is for YG Entertainment’s new girl group BlackPink. His 
hype is earned and it seems that nothing can keep this dancer down. 
Catch a peek of some of his choreography outside of K-Pop below. 
Choreography to “Yonce” by Beyonce
1MILLION Dance Studios

It’s a big ocean, but 2016 is dominated by dancers who hail from 1 
Million Dance School. Kim Tae Woo, also known as Kasper, calls the 
school home. Kasper, who teaches dance at SM Entertainment, recently 
making headlines with his appearance on SBS’s “Starking.” He tours with 
SM Town and also recently appeared in Taeyeon’s
 “Why” video. The choreographer behind Taemin’s “Drip Drop,” Choi Jun 
Ho, is also from 1 Million, J.Ho. Lastly, the dancer paired with 
INFINITE’s Hoya for his Usher “Good Kisser” special concert stage is 
also from this school. If an artist works with a dancer from 1 Million 
this year, you can count on some magic happening. 
Choreography from 1Million Dance Studios
Author: Heytoto | 
heytoto currently teaches ELL in Seoul, South Korea, and when she isn’t waiting in line for something, can be found drinking a latte. 
www.iwontdance.com

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Beyonce, Definitely, and Drinking: iwontdancenetwork: 7 Choreographers Who Are Dominating K-Pop In 2016 There are so many things that add to the colors of K-Pop, but the dances are obviously a focal point for most fans. So when a group pairs an amazing song with an equally amazing dance, it’s common for fans to want to know about the choreographer. Many groups work with choreographers from all over the world, some of whom claim to save their best moves for the K-Pop teams they believe can achieve the desired results. Dance is an art form, after all!Here are a few choreographers riding the K-Pop wave and making a splash in 2016. Some have been around for years, while some are newer to the scene. Whether fans know them or not, they’re all definitely worth checking out.BLAZER PYO A choreographer under JYP Entertainment, Blazer Pyo has been helping train artists in the company for awhile, including miss A’s Suzy. During the first episode of MNet’s “Hit the Stage,” he became a trending topic on Naver after performing with TWICE’s Momo. It’s always nice when a dancer from a big company gets some spotlight! Catch Momo’s “Hit the Stage” performance, or enjoy the performance video below, taken at a workshop at NY Dance School. KEONE MADRID Keone Madrid made waves when he was credited with choreographing BTS’s “Fire,” featuring moves the dancer claims are difficult for even professional dancers. Keone Madrid is one half of a husband-wife dance team that can be spotted in Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” video. While it’s a shame he didn’t get to work with BTS directly, we hope to see him choreograph for more K-Pop groups in the future. You can check out some more of Keone Madrid’s moves in the video below. SUGAWARA KOHARU Sugawara Koharu is a Japanese choreographer gaining prowess in Japan, having just opened her own company. Shawols will recognize her name immediately, as she was introduced to the K-Pop world after choreographing Taemin’s Japanese solo, “Goodbye.” She also made a special appearance with Taemin on “Hit the Stage” and you can watch the pair’s impressive choreography in the video below. KO KYUNGJUN Ko Kyungjun is a main choreographer and dancer of the DQ Agency Dance Team, which works primarily with Starship Entertainment. While the group certainly isn’t new to the scene, 2016 is definitely shaping up to be their year. Ko Kyungjun not only did the choreography of ASTRO’s two title songs, but also for SISTAR and Monsta X as well. The dance team also worked with Monsta X’s Shownu in Episode 1 of “Hit the Stage.” While we anticipate DQ’s next dance project, enjoy the choreography from Monsta X’s “Stuck.” ASTRO’s ROCKY DQ Agency may be responsible for the choreography of both of Fantagio Entertainment’s new boy group ASTRO’s title songs, but one of the youngest members of ASTRO, Rocky, has been making a splash with his own choreography. His dance skills have slowly gained attention and he’s been allowed roles in assisting with the choreography for both lead songs, as well as choreographing the song “Fireworks” off the group’s latest album. Rocky was an assistant choreographer for the SBS Inkigayo Special UDF Stage “Six-Pack” and will also appear on “Hit the Stage” on August 24. Catch Rocky’s choreography for “Fireworks” below. KYLE HANAGAMI Kyle Hanagami worked with numerous artists before making waves with his strong choreography for Red Velvet. In 2013, he launched a special project called “Letters of Love” to raise money for cancer research; he was diagnosed with leukemia a year later. Today, he still fits in “Letters of Love” and his personal battle with the illness while wowing K-Pop fans with his latest choreography – now that’s dedication. Kyle’s latest project is for YG Entertainment’s new girl group BlackPink. His hype is earned and it seems that nothing can keep this dancer down. Catch a peek of some of his choreography outside of K-Pop below. Choreography to “Yonce” by Beyonce1MILLION Dance Studios It’s a big ocean, but 2016 is dominated by dancers who hail from 1 Million Dance School. Kim Tae Woo, also known as Kasper, calls the school home. Kasper, who teaches dance at SM Entertainment, recently making headlines with his appearance on SBS’s “Starking.” He tours with SM Town and also recently appeared in Taeyeon’s “Why” video. The choreographer behind Taemin’s “Drip Drop,” Choi Jun Ho, is also from 1 Million, J.Ho. Lastly, the dancer paired with INFINITE’s Hoya for his Usher “Good Kisser” special concert stage is also from this school. If an artist works with a dancer from 1 Million this year, you can count on some magic happening. Choreography from 1Million Dance StudiosAuthor: Heytoto | heytoto currently teaches ELL in Seoul, South Korea, and when she isn’t waiting in line for something, can be found drinking a latte. www.iwontdance.com
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7 Choreographers Who Are Dominating K-Pop In 2016 There are so many things that add to the colors of K-Pop, but the 
dances are obviously a focal point for most fans. So when a group pairs 
an amazing song with an equally amazing dance, it’s common for fans to 
want to know about the choreographer. Many groups work with 
choreographers from all over the world, some of whom claim to save their
 best moves for the K-Pop teams they believe can achieve the desired 
results. Dance is an art form, after all!Here are a few choreographers riding the K-Pop wave and making a 
splash in 2016. Some have been around for years, while some are newer to
 the scene. Whether fans know them or not, they’re all definitely worth 
checking out.BLAZER PYO
A choreographer under JYP Entertainment, Blazer Pyo has been helping 
train artists in the company for awhile, including miss A’s Suzy. During
 the first episode of MNet’s “Hit the Stage,” he became a trending topic
 on Naver after performing with TWICE’s Momo. It’s always nice when a 
dancer from a big company gets some spotlight! Catch Momo’s “Hit the 
Stage” performance, or enjoy the performance video below, taken at a 
workshop at NY Dance School. KEONE MADRID
Keone Madrid made waves when he was credited with choreographing BTS’s 
“Fire,” featuring moves the dancer claims are difficult for even 
professional dancers. Keone Madrid is one half of a husband-wife dance 
team that can be spotted in Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” video. While
 it’s a shame he didn’t get to work with BTS directly, we hope to see 
him choreograph for more K-Pop groups in the future. You can check out 
some more of Keone Madrid’s moves in the video below. SUGAWARA KOHARU
Sugawara Koharu is a Japanese choreographer gaining prowess in Japan, 
having just opened her own company. Shawols will recognize her name 
immediately, as she was introduced to the K-Pop world after 
choreographing Taemin’s Japanese solo, “Goodbye.” She also made a 
special appearance with Taemin on “Hit the Stage” and you can watch the 
pair’s impressive choreography in the video below. KO KYUNGJUN
Ko Kyungjun is a main choreographer and dancer of the DQ Agency Dance 
Team, which works primarily with Starship Entertainment. While the group
 certainly isn’t new to the scene, 2016 is definitely shaping up to be 
their year. Ko Kyungjun not only did the choreography of ASTRO’s two 
title songs, but also for SISTAR and Monsta X as well. The dance team 
also worked with Monsta X’s Shownu in Episode 1 of “Hit the Stage.” 
While we anticipate DQ’s next dance project, enjoy the choreography from
 Monsta X’s “Stuck.” ASTRO’s ROCKY
DQ Agency may be responsible for the choreography of both of Fantagio 
Entertainment’s new boy group ASTRO’s title songs, but one of the 
youngest members of ASTRO, Rocky, has been making a splash with his own 
choreography. His dance skills have slowly gained attention and he’s 
been allowed roles in assisting with the choreography for both lead 
songs, as well as choreographing the song “Fireworks” off the group’s 
latest album. Rocky was an assistant choreographer for the SBS Inkigayo 
Special UDF Stage “Six-Pack” and will also appear on “Hit the Stage” on 
August 24. Catch Rocky’s choreography for “Fireworks” below. KYLE HANAGAMI
Kyle Hanagami worked with numerous artists before making waves with his 
strong choreography for Red Velvet. In 2013, he launched a special 
project called “Letters of Love” to raise money for cancer research; he 
was diagnosed with leukemia a year later. Today, he still fits in 
“Letters of Love” and his personal battle with the illness while wowing 
K-Pop fans with his latest choreography – now that’s dedication. Kyle’s 
latest project is for YG Entertainment’s new girl group BlackPink. His 
hype is earned and it seems that nothing can keep this dancer down. 
Catch a peek of some of his choreography outside of K-Pop below. Choreography to “Yonce” by Beyonce1MILLION Dance Studios
It’s a big ocean, but 2016 is dominated by dancers who hail from 1 
Million Dance School. Kim Tae Woo, also known as Kasper, calls the 
school home. Kasper, who teaches dance at SM Entertainment, recently 
making headlines with his appearance on SBS’s “Starking.” He tours with 
SM Town and also recently appeared in Taeyeon’s
 “Why” video. The choreographer behind Taemin’s “Drip Drop,” Choi Jun 
Ho, is also from 1 Million, J.Ho. Lastly, the dancer paired with 
INFINITE’s Hoya for his Usher “Good Kisser” special concert stage is 
also from this school. If an artist works with a dancer from 1 Million 
this year, you can count on some magic happening. Choreography from 1Million Dance StudiosAuthor: Heytoto | 
heytoto currently teaches ELL in Seoul, South Korea, and when she isn’t waiting in line for something, can be found drinking a latte. www.iwontdance.com

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I am utterly revolted, Shame on you tumblr, and if this video was shot in good spirit and you turned it into this, double shame on you.</p> </blockquote> <p>Holy actual ableism batman</p> </blockquote> <p>Update: This has been confirmed by Mrs. Alaimo, director of Special Education, of Floral Park Memorial High School to be her students, and they are aware of the situation and have contacted vine to have it removed, which was ignored, and pretty much a moot point because once it’s on the internet, it stays on the internet. At this point, it’s best to just spread awareness, but these are developmentally disabled children (aged 7th-12th grade.)</p> </blockquote> <p>Holy shit.</p> </blockquote> <p>Idk if what I have to say matters, but I’m a recent graduate of FPM (Class of 2014, actually), and I am absolutely sick over this. In my years at FPM, we were all encouraged to interact positively with developmentally disabled students as much as we could, and no matter how much of a jackass certain people wanted to be, I’ve never seen anyone treat any of those students with such little respect. From what I’ve seen, the program has a strong “it takes a village” mentality and tries very hard to prepare disabled students for life after FPM. What was a well-deserved moment of fun for students that I actually recognize from last year was turned into a joke about their capabilities and, regardless of my love for FPM, I can’t sit idly and say nothing. I know that I ain’t shit and I certainly am not a representative for the school, but on behalf of the graduated student body, I want to sincerely apologize for this idiot’s actions and for the strain put on the Special Education department at this time. My class always joked about how FPM would be nothing without us once we left, but we really didn’t think we would see something like this happening. Please don’t let this cloud of ableist bullshit hang over the entire school, because i know Mrs. Alaimo puts in a lot of work to lead workshops and inform students so that they don’t think the same way as the girl who took this vine clearly does.</p> </blockquote> <div>So no ones gonna ask why they were listening to that. Please explain to me why they had these disabled folks listening to this type of music. And y’all right that’s fucked up but usually disabled or not white people don’t do African American dances properly that’s why people thought it was a reg deg vid.</div> </blockquote> <p>it’s fucking music?? it’s just music, girl, maybe they just happened to fucking like it. Music has no “race”, and it belongs to nobody. and making fun of people for dancing - no matter how they dance - is fucked the fuck up anyway, disabled or not. </p> </blockquote> <p>This just in, we need to limit the music disabled people listen to! BECAUSE THEY MAY DANCE INCORRECTLY TO IT, AND THAT’S TERRIBLE. </p> <p>Like, what the fuck? Is that supposed to be the ‘grounding’ comment on this post?</p> <p>&ldquo;Okay, hold on guys, it’s terrible that it turns out these are disabled kids, but they can’t dance correctly to this music like a lot of white people. Easy to make that mistake, right? Let’s just not let disabled people listen to it. We only want to make fun of fully <em>abled</em> white people, so we need to make sure they are the only ones fucking up the correct way to dance!”</p> <p>Story time: my Dad is a big Scottish music figure in Australia. </p> <p>When he can, he and his band perform at a festival called Awakenings, held specifically for mentally disabled people of all ages. It’s the highlight for many of the attendees year. There’s arts, crafts, music and all sorts of great workshops designed to give developmentally disabled children and adults fun and a way to express themselves. </p> <p>Music is the one that works best. By leaps and bounds, it works best. </p> <p>The looks on their faces when they get to see a live band, just for them, is amazing. It gets them moving, it gets them talking, it gets them singing! Music can be the only outlet for some of the attendees.</p> <p>But none of them know how to dance either Irish or Scottish dances, so I suppose I should tell my Dad to pack it the fuck in because they can’t dance a proper fucking dance? They can’t dance to this cultural music properly, so no more entertainment for them? <em>Fuck that.</em><em><br/></em></p> <p>What line of reasoning is being used here to make this the priority in this situation? For fuck sake, before even being disabled, they are fucking children. They can dance however they fucking want on that alone, thank you very much. </p> <p>But, listen, I’ll compromise. Next time I see someone without either Irish or Scottish heritage try and join in a <span>Cèilidh</span><span>, I’ll call Michael Flatley and tell him to shove his foot so far up their arse it rends them in two, alright? </span></p></blockquote> <p>@yungclo you really need to make fun of a race of people that badly that you want to make sure disabled people don’t listen to music they like so you don’t accidentally make fun of them? That’s what it fucking feels like you’re trying to say.</p></blockquote> <p>Fucked up</p></blockquote> <p>This whole situation is fucked</p></blockquote>
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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://omgsoableist.tumblr.com/post/108777137094/rapidashtodatass-vinesnow-white-people">omgsoableist</a>:</p>
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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://rapidashtodatass.tumblr.com/post/108775346556/vinesnow-white-people-dancing-more-vines">rapidashtodatass</a>:</p>
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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://vinesnow.com/post/108304508196/white-people-dancing">vinesnow</a>:</p>
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<p>white people dancing - <a href="http://vinesnow.tumblr.com">more vines</a></p>
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<p>You all bitch and bitch about ableism, but there are over 14,000 notes on this mocking a group of developmentally disabled adults at a day program sponsored dance that they are having the time of their life at because “hurr durr, cheap shot at white people.”</p>
<p>This is a violation of HIPAA because I know for a fact the owner of this vine did not acquire release signatures from each participant, nor their state appointed guardian, if applicable. I am utterly revolted, Shame on you tumblr, and if this video was shot in good spirit and you turned it into this, double shame on you.</p>
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<p>Holy actual ableism batman</p>
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<p>Update: This has been confirmed by Mrs. Alaimo, director of Special Education, of Floral Park Memorial High School to be her students, and they are aware of the situation and have contacted vine to have it removed, which was ignored, and pretty much a moot point because once it’s on the internet, it stays on the internet. At this point, it’s best to just spread awareness, but these are developmentally disabled children (aged 7th-12th grade.)</p>
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<p>Holy shit.</p>
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<p>Idk if what I have to say matters, but I’m a recent graduate of FPM (Class of 2014, actually), and I am absolutely sick over this. In my years at FPM, we were all encouraged to interact positively with developmentally disabled students as much as we could, and no matter how much of a jackass certain people wanted to be, I’ve never seen anyone treat any of those students with such little respect. From what I’ve seen, the program has a strong “it takes a village” mentality and tries very hard to prepare disabled students for life after FPM. What was a well-deserved moment of fun for students that I actually recognize from last year was turned into a joke about their capabilities and, regardless of my love for FPM, I can’t sit idly and say nothing. I know that I ain’t shit and I certainly am not a representative for the school, but on behalf of the graduated student body, I want to sincerely apologize for this idiot’s actions and for the strain put on the Special Education department at this time. My class always joked about how FPM would be nothing without us once we left, but we really didn’t think we would see something like this happening. Please don’t let this cloud of ableist bullshit hang over the entire school, because i know Mrs. Alaimo puts in a lot of work to lead workshops and inform students so that they don’t think the same way as the girl who took this vine clearly does.</p>
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<div>So no ones gonna ask why they were listening to that. Please explain to me why they had these disabled folks listening to this type of music. And y’all right that’s fucked up but usually disabled or not white people don’t do African American dances properly that’s why people thought it was a reg deg vid.</div>
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<p>it’s fucking music?? it’s just music, girl, maybe they just happened to fucking like it. Music has no “race”, and it belongs to nobody. and making fun of people for dancing - no matter how they dance - is fucked the fuck up anyway, disabled or not. </p>
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<p>This just in, we need to limit the music disabled people listen to! BECAUSE THEY MAY DANCE INCORRECTLY TO IT, AND THAT’S TERRIBLE. </p>
<p>Like, what the fuck? Is that supposed to be the ‘grounding’ comment on this post?</p>
<p>&ldquo;Okay, hold on guys, it’s terrible that it turns out these are disabled kids, but they can’t dance correctly to this music like a lot of white people. Easy to make that mistake, right? Let’s just not let disabled people listen to it. We only want to make fun of fully <em>abled</em> white people, so we need to make sure they are the only ones fucking up the correct way to dance!”</p>
<p>Story time: my Dad is a big Scottish music figure in Australia. </p>
<p>When he can, he and his band perform at a festival called Awakenings, held specifically for mentally disabled people of all ages. It’s the highlight for many of the attendees year. There’s arts, crafts, music and all sorts of great workshops designed to give developmentally disabled children and adults fun and a way to express themselves. </p>
<p>Music is the one that works best. By leaps and bounds, it works best. </p>
<p>The looks on their faces when they get to see a live band, just for them, is amazing. It gets them moving, it gets them talking, it gets them singing! Music can be the only outlet for some of the attendees.</p>
<p>But none of them know how to dance either Irish or Scottish dances, so I suppose I should tell my Dad to pack it the fuck in because they can’t dance a proper fucking dance? They can’t dance to this cultural music properly, so no more entertainment for them? <em>Fuck that.</em><em><br/></em></p>
<p>What line of reasoning is being used here to make this the priority in this situation? For fuck sake, before even being disabled, they are fucking children. They can dance however they fucking want on that alone, thank you very much. </p>
<p>But, listen, I’ll compromise. Next time I see someone without either Irish or Scottish heritage try and join in a <span>Cèilidh</span><span>, I’ll call Michael Flatley and tell him to shove his foot so far up their arse it rends them in two, alright? </span></p></blockquote>

<p>@yungclo you really need to make fun of a race of people that badly that you want to make sure disabled people don’t listen to music they like so you don’t accidentally make fun of them? That’s what it fucking feels like you’re trying to say.</p></blockquote>

<p>Fucked up</p></blockquote>

<p>This whole situation is fucked</p></blockquote>

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