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Dance Routines

Discussion in 'Party Clowning' started by milo, Apr 20, 2008.

  1. milo

    milo New Member

    Once again, I’m after good dance routines that the parents will know, love and want to join in with.

    Woops (up side yo head)

    Also looking for a few of the newer routines like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cyzVCx2Z0c

    One eyed, one horned, flying purple people eater!
  2. Lolly Plop

    Lolly Plop New Member

    Limbo, bunny hop, macarana, alley cat, shout.
  3. pixcoco

    pixcoco New Member

    electric slide
    cotton eyed joe
  4. pixcoco

    pixcoco New Member

    chicken dance
  5. Calavera

    Calavera New Member

    Soulja Boy!

    Easy to learn, easy to do and the most ridiculous dance I have ever seen.
  6. Pickles

    Pickles Czarina / Administrator

    Jr. Birdsman
  7. Sir Toony Van Dukes

    Sir Toony Van Dukes Well-Known Member

    I don't know if the popular songs are the same on both sides of the pond. Here, you could add

    hokey pokey
  8. Sassy Frass

    Sassy Frass New Member

    Hokey pokey is good.
  9. Wowza

    Wowza New Member

    I vote for the Cha Cha Slide. You ever seen a group of three clowns "Criss Cross" in big, floppy shoes?

    It's inherently clowny.
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  10. Finito

    Finito New Member

    The chicken dance is an extremely popular choice in my neck of the woods. Speaking of dancing, you guys familiar with Wally Boag?! HOLY COW! Youtube him, you won't be sorry. The guy's AMAZING!
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  11. Dancin' Dot

    Dancin' Dot Active Member

    Calavera, What is the soulja boy dance??? Is there a website for this or are you joking? It's pretty neat though as most of the dances mentioned I know. Happy clowning! Sunny:D
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  12. Christopher Clown

    Christopher Clown What the Seuss??!

    "Father Abraham" is a good one and it can be used in a Christian Setting or Not and it still works... It has fun movements that go along with it ... Its sort of a callout/action type of song.

    Christian Version:
    Father Abraham had many sons
    Many sons had father abraham
    I am one of them(Point to yourself) and so are you(Point to everyone else)
    So lets all praise the Lord

    Right arm! Left Arm!

    Ch. and etc...

    repeating that chorus after each set of movements.

    Right Foot! Left Foot! Bend your knees! Nod your head! Shake your Tush(bum)! Turn around! Sit Down! Be Quiet!!

    For it to work in any setting just change a few words.

    Father Abraham Had many Sons
    Many Sons had father Abraham
    ANd they Didn't Laugh
    And they Didn't Cry
    Instead they went like this!
    RIGHT ARM! LEFT ARM .....etc.
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2008
  13. Calavera

    Calavera New Member

    Google it. I don't joke, promise.
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2008
  14. azzy

    azzy Yes, We Have No Bananas

    yeah, but, I don't think the parents really want you to "Super Soak That Hoe" at their kids party. Just a guess.
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  15. CheckerZ

    CheckerZ New Member

    LOL the Soulja Boy dance, "Soulja boy, I'll tell ya!" LOL What Hoe are yu supe soaking? LOL
  16. milo

    milo New Member

    Yeah…. The sexual connotations of super soaking hoes at a kids party wouldn’t go down too well over here, but that being said, nor would any religious lyrics. In my sons class of 30 there is only one practicing Christian and I would say that out of the hundreds of people I know there are maybe 4 or 5 faith followers. The first mention of religion over here and people tend to think you’re preaching and head for the door.

    I spent out on a good quality professional system with an 1800W amp and huge speakers, so now I can do weddings and outdoor events too. I decided to get a wireless headset microphone so I can lead all the dances and so far I’ve been having fun with:

    Superman (my favourite)
    Cotton Eye Joe
    Cha Cha Slide
    Whoops Up Side Your Head
    Follow the leader (this one is great)
    Steps 5,6,7,8
    Fast Food Song
    Time Warp
    Purple People Eater
  17. pixcoco

    pixcoco New Member

    don't forget the chicken dance, it's a great one. I like the electric slide also
  18. Calavera

    Calavera New Member

    Ah, they can get over it. How many children are going to know what that means, anyway?

    Maybe this version will go over better?
    Bring your Jewish humor with you when you watch this one.

    YouTube - Crank That Kosha Boy
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  19. Ichabod

    Ichabod New Member

    Do the "Wild Mike" dance ;) BTW, the music is "Wild N Free" from Rednex

    Or the Peanut Butter Jelly :) (I was actually thinking of using this for a magic trick, the Peanut Butter Jelly trick)

    Last edited: May 25, 2008
  20. ProfessorPlay

    ProfessorPlay New Member

    I know this is an old thread. I see mention of ooops upside your head. Do people really teach this at kids parties? I am just curious, it is fun but I'm not sure if even the "clean version" wouldn't be objected to. Anyone who teach it have any suggestions?

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