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Unlike the standard crump, Country Crump is a dance native only to the North East – especially upstate New York. Commonly performed at parties, the Country Crump is the art of standing vertical and slow stepping with one’s feet, to the rhythm, while swinging one’s hands. One should note that while swinging one’s hands, the shoulders and elbows should remain perfectly still, allowing the arms not to move, making the wrist swinging more pronounced. Commonly, the Country Crumper will do this move with a blank face.
When Chris did the Country Crump all of the girls laughed and pointed.
by knot chris October 17, 2011