Sassy Sundry Advises

I’d like to do my civic duty and offer some advice to those inspired to do the bump and grind from behind at live shows. You know who you are, and I hope you take this advice in the spirit in which it is intended.

1. Observe your surroundings. There’s a time and a place for risqué dancing in public. If, with the exception of the drunk blonde girls at the bar, the audience is doing the collective head bob and sway, take the cue and save the gyrating for later.

2. Listen to the music. Chipper indie pop doesn’t move most people to do the slow grind and breast grab (let alone the rabbit jumping done later). Maybe it moves you in such a way, but like a yen for picking one’s nose and eating it, it’s something best indulged in private.

3. If you are going to ignore points 1 and 2 and go for the clothes-on screw-from-behind anyway, have a sense of rhythm. And make sure you stop when the song stops.

4. Last, but not least for it being somewhat shallow, if you are going to dance like that at a 7 PM indie pop show, please look hot doing it. Honestly, watching two ugly people old enough to know better (and seemingly sober) “dance” like that made my friends and me throw up a little.

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8 responses to “Sassy Sundry Advises

  1. Ew Ew Ew Ew Ewwwwww!!!

    Really…just…blee.

  2. Gross.
    Get a room.

  3. Some people shouldn’t be allowed to leave the house.

    And if I was in charge, all dry humpers would be on house arrest.

  4. Hee hee hee hee hee.
    Now you’ve just given us old and ugly folk something else to do to gross out you kids.
    Wow! I can’t wait for the next gig!
    Cheers, Sassy.
    Look away now.

  5. Why Sassy, you sound like an old puritan.

  6. be happy you don’t live here where no one knows how to dance.

  7. ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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