Groomsmen dance

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wifedj

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Mar 20, 2008
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#4
Unfortunately and despite their efforts, it was just another impression of an already, read a thousand times over, over done no longer interesting schtick!

Originality and sincerity still trump contemporary copy cats.

A for effort, D for results.
 

Ausumm

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Oct 21, 2008
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#6
Unfortunately and despite their efforts, it was just another impression of an already, read a thousand times over, over done no longer interesting schtick! Originality and sincerity still trump contemporary copy cats.
A for effort, D for results.
As you so often note......that is merely one's own opinion!

And don't forget, that YOU may have seen this schtick a thousand times...
but your average wedding guest has not.
 
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DjDennis

RIP- My Dad (2011), Sister (2013) and Mum (2017)
#9
Never done or had the Groomsmen do this in all the time I been doing weddings - seems its only a Yank thing LOL


oh just went to watch it and was shown this

This video contains content from WMG, who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds.
 
#10
Kind of fun and pretty cool. Five and half minutes is a bit long, but I've had an opportunity to DJ several of these type dances and always found them entertaining. Maybe around three minutes would be better. I've done bride/groom dances a few bride father dances and a couple bridal party dances with planned choregraphed moves.