A series of gyrations typically preformed by the patriarch of the white, suburban, middle class family that involves two main movements; the front-back step involving a snap of the fingers and the alternating fist pump. This ritual dance is preformed by the patriarch when attempting to: "groove", "get down with one's bad self", or embarrass the children.
Look! Mr. Parker is doing the Dad Dance again!
by Parker Children January 30, 2009