Saturday, July 07, 2007

Little known facts about the British

Brits do the Hokey Cokey, not the Hokey Pokey. When the Hokey Cokey is brought up in a room of them, they all say it with their regional accents. Northerners will be ridiculed mercilessly for their o's, but then they usually are. Some will demonstrate and sing. At least one person will make the joke about whether this is what it's all about.

I think it must be the circular queueing that excites them.

5 comments:

lulu said...

Hey, I tagged you!

Bramley Apple Pies! said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBPRbXBjYrs&mode=related&search=

Ben-Bob said...

I'm still recovering from the childhood mockery of "you put your right Hippen." Hokey crikey, I say....

Bubs said...

Hokey cokey? I did not know that.

Melinda June said...

Thanks, Lu! My friend Pam did the same one on the same day, so I feel priveleged.

That dot doesn't finish the dance, BAP. Lazy bastard.

Besides, you're old now Ben. You'd put a hip out.

Glad to pass along some of my infinite knowledge, Bubs. Pull that out at a party.