My brother could follow this guy like nobody's business.

I just found this earlier today on a blog I was stalking, and to say that it made my Thursday would be a grave understatement. If you can watch this without smiling, then I would feel confident in saying that you have no soul.

Now, let me digress for a moment to introduce this next little gem. Two summers ago Paul and I took a trip up to our family's cabin, and one particular evening we were having a real good time. (A REAL GOOD TIME). So much so, that at one point I walked in to the kitchen to see both my brother and Paul attempting to dance like Beyonce. Now, I married a man with some rhythm. The boy's got some moves. But my brother? Well, that looked more like this, but without the rhythm:

Those who made it to Hawaii for the wedding saw a replay of this. The rest of you will have to use your imagination.


  1. hahahahaha I hope we make this video viral!

  2. It's great because not only is it ridiculous, but if you really wanted to, you could totally learn from this guy....it will be legend.

  3. ...there, more comments...I scratch your blog, you scratch mine eh?? ;)

  4. Megs...I must have a soul because Jesse and I laughed our asses off. We have been doing double dream hands all night!

  5. I'm pretty sure the "Crank, Crank" is my favorite part of that video. That or the double dream hands. Hard to choose. Hard. To. Choose.

    Jason, secret word verification: "Poppin"!!!! ("in", not "en"...but STILL.)

  6. Hi Megs - Believe it or not, I have worked with John Jacobson (a.k.a. "Double dream hands") both as a high school kid in show choir and as a music teacher. When I was in high school in the early nineties there wasn't much talk of homosexuality, but I'm pretty sure meeting him sealed the deal for me that some people are gayer than gay and they just come that way. Furthermore, I learned that show choir is awesome because it is full of sexual innuendo and (not coincidentally) cute mormon boys.


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