|50.||dance dance revolution|
see also ddr
an arcade game (although there are also versions for video game systems) where the player stands on a metal platform with 4 arrows (right, left, up, down). Arrows move up (or down if you have mad skillz) the screen, and when they hit the top the player steps on the corresponding arrow. The steps follow the beat of the music thats playing, which is where they get dancing, even though it doesnt really look like you're dancing (unless, once again, you have mad skillz and can spin and do all this other crazy stuff... takes lotsa coordination). 5 modes - beginner, light, standard, heavy, challenge. Challenge isnt too much different from heavy though. The step patterns and speed of the steps get faster/harder as the modes get harder, lotsa songs are a lot harder than others *cough*LEGEND OF MAX*cough*. really addicting, lotsa fun, awesome game. GO TO AN ARCADE AND PLAY IT, YOU LOOSER!!! =P
DDR rocks my socks man!
the term "breakdancing" or 'breakdancer' was coined by the media in the late 80's as the dance became highly commercialised from more people getting involved in the hip-hop scene.
b-boys were getting alot of exposure in movies, commercials and were often seen dancing on the streets. People were amazed by the breath-taking maneuvers that a breaker would preform eg. flips, headspins, backspins, windmills, flares etc...
Very soon the public wanted to do 'them cool tricks that spin and stuff' to please the crowd. Therefor only learning the 'power' moves that a b-boy preforms and not learning the fundamentals of b-boying such as toprock, footwork and freezes.
breakdancers are usually looked down apon on the b-boying community as true b-boys break because they love dancing not to gain attention from a crowd.
"Yo! lets go and learn some of those cool spins that we saw on that RUN DMC clip! Yo! i be like the illest at breakdancing and pull all the hoes and shiznit!"
A Violent Version of the mosh, most commonly used @ the breakdown or particularlly heavy part of most Hardcore Songs.
With moves such as
1. 2 stepping (similar to the ska's skank)
2. Windmilling (The wild flailing of the arms)
3. Spin Kicks (a Chuck norris styled Kick)
4. Floor Punches (Looks like your punching the floor)
5. Pick Up Change ( it just looks that way)
6. BACK FLIPS! (that speeks for it self)
Its Bacially A small war, where no one is intetionally hurt (unless crew related or the person cant do this correctly, or even if the crowd isent dancing)
Dancefighting is commonly seen at Lamb Of god Concerts, NYHC shows, and even AFI shows!
2 stepping is like an amazing form of kinda hardcore dancing, but not really as wild, it mostly incorporates, swinging legs, alternatingly, and with each swing comes a hop, with the standing leg.
also there r 3 things that u can do while in a breakdown of the song_
1. hi over head alternating punches in one direction- VERY FAST
2. punch at ground,on angle,- VERY FAST
3. spin kick
" that kid thinks he is soooo cool, im gonna go 2 stepping into him and then punch his face in " hahaha
Truely skilled and talented teenagers and college age students. Both men and women are a part of colorguard. And NO the men are not always homosexual. Colorguards add a punch of color and fun to a marching bands field show. Colorguard teams will SPIN not TWIRL flags, rifles, sabres, and many other things (i.e. brooms,different props such as wood cut into a 1/2 moon shape or just about anything). Colorguards may also do an indoor show which is done on a basketball court sized floor with beautiful floor covering and the shows are done to music that the girls(and or guys) pick out and mix together. Colorguard girls are no longer the fatt and ugly girls like it used to be now its anyone that has the ability to spin a 5-8 foot pole that is about 6 pounds and a 5 pound rifle and do it in time with the music as well as march in time and on step with the rest of the band all while spinning and tossing and catching and dancing and acting to the judges. Any one who says that colorguard isn't hard should see my shoulder I have a rotator cuff that needs surgery and elbows and wrists that already have arthritis. I have more injuries form colorguard then from soccer and I was on the Varsity team for BOTH. NORE are colorguard members WHORES, SLUTS, or anything else liek that. Yes, I'm sure that there are some on teams throught the country; however, that is the case with all sports teams and culbs.more...
Ska starts in Jamaica in the late 1950s and from there a lot of ska is misinterpreted. Ska was a popular sound in dancehalls and is Jamaicans first very own style of music. The bands and fans originally and for the most part idolized al Capone style gangsters and dressed the like; this is where the signature rude boy suit came from. The term rude boy was a term that the islanders called the ruffians associate with ska and is what they called each other out of prestige associate with gangsters once again.more...
The name "ska" came from the sound the guitar makes. The music its self is a blend of calypso, R&B, jazz and other more Americanized music, but with a Jamaican spin. Generally ska includes up strokes on the guitar, island style bass lines, drums using mostly toms and symbols, trumpet, trombone, keyboards and saxophones are also associated with ska. But the upstrokes are the most important part. Ska was a very big hit in Jamaica and from it came rock steady, dancehall, and reggae.
From Jamaica ska made its way to Europe, mainly the UK and was changed slightly to something more commonly called "two tone ska" the two-tone ska movement was named for the overwhelming unity between blacks and whites within the scene at the time. The music got fairly faster and more poppy. A number of the bands incorporated horns less often, or used very simple melodies for the horns. Ska was most popular among the pre-racist skinheads, mods, and rudies(rude boy) sub cultures. Though for such ...
Stereotypically, scene is an trend that's spreading faster than AIDS is in Africa, and involves kids following the scene "fashion" (usually includes blackness, tightness, "hawtxcore" hair with 50000 colors and angled bangs, dinosaurs, etc). The sheer unoriginality of it all is ridiculous.
"Scene" is not to be confused with "emo." Calling a self-proclaimed "scene" kid "emo" will often lead to an ass kicking cuz "LYYKE DUHH HE'S T0TALLYYY SCENE, EWWW@EMO!"
You'll either be a scene kid and love them, or not be a scene kid and hate them.
Note: The scene "language" often involves over usage of symbols and letters such as "z" and "x". Or often times, scene kids remove vowels altogether, so 'your' is changed to 'yr', etc.
xxBlood4Bloodxx: supp bby?
BettyxBreakdown: listening to the new Job for a Cowboy lolz
xxBlood4Bloodxx: omfggz they're so hxcc! wanna go to their show tomorrow?!
BettyxBreakdown: omgz ttlly! the lead singer is hawtxcore!
xxBlood4Bloodxx: yeah tttlly. I'll pick you up around 7 kk? rawrrr
BettyxBreakdown: kk bby! ily ttyl lolz
xxBlood4Bloodxx: kk bby i'm gonna go practice my hxc dancing windmill spin kicks. ily
BettyxBreakdown: ily bby ttyl i'm gonna check my myspace.
xxBlood4Bloodxx: OMGGZ LEAVE ME CMTZ!
BettyxBreakdown: after i upload my 5 new pix lol. CMT MY PIXX BBY!
xxBlood4Bloodxx: k bby ttyl