Enough of the owling in front of the computer! It’s time to get up from that chair and start moving. Put on a good song and start dancing. When you get old, you won’t be able to dance as geeky as you can now, so time is of the essence. I think geeks of today are way too shy to strike a pose and kick some major butt, at least in movies. Maybe it’s because of the music we listen to, or possibly the fact that movie makers have an obscured idea of how a geek really acts. I mean, there are countless examples of how geeks create the hipster moves in movies. Take Napoleon Dynamite for example. That dude created headlines with his performance in the movie with the same name.
For a geek who is not used to dancing, striking a good move might be as foreign as feeling the rays of the daylight straight in your face. It’s a good time to bring out the heavy artillery and put some boost into those feet. If anyone, the Dancing Plague of 1518 can help us all with that. They have created the ultimate dancing posters based on iconic performances throughout movie history that will surely get your partner to join in on the fun.
I am a little surprised however to find that the moves in Grease aren’t represented. Maybe it is because John Travolta once again showed his moves in Pulp Fiction. Either way, they would make for a good addition to this set of posters. Now, let’s start spreading some joy and get some exercise out of it at the same time. God knows we need it sitting in front of our computers as much as we do, right? As always, the question is what dance to start learning first. Hmm…
Via: [UFunk - French]