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frug

(fruːɡ)
n
a type of dance popular in the 1960s
vb (intr)
to dance in such a style
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Dance Dance Dance City Library Heard of The Frug, The Ooble or The Popcorn?
Many of the women become so stimulated that they rise up and begin to perform the Frug.
Director-choreographer Rob Ashford is less resourceful than usual and only intermittently effective; his big idea here seems to be to add dancers doing the frug in the background.
Somewhere between the Frug and the Watusi, he met his wife (Jennifer) there.
They're visible behind the shades of a second-story window, doing the frug.
The characters announce themselves like dancers in "Hullabaloo"--Mousketeers all grown up and doin' the frug.
The viewers, most of whom were probably in diapers during the Happenings era (as Bock himself was), responded with sluggish amusement, as if they had been asked to dance the frug.
After ``Bandstand'' went nationwide in 1957 (24 years before MTV), the handful of in-studio teen-agers became instructors to millions at home in the finer points of the Twist, the Frug, the Swim, the Watusi, the Pony and other dance crazes that came and went.
Popular rock 'n' roll dances of the younger set had animal names: the Dog, the Monkey, the Chicken; but the favorites were the Watusi and the Frug.
In the '60s and '70s, while performing the frug, jerk, twist, hustle, and boogaloo, many people became absorbed in such isolated forms of self-expression that they never even bothered to touch their partners.
Von Trier could use all those Dogma staples like natural lighting as he gets Britney, Ricky, Christina and 'N Sync doing the frug and the Watusi on the beach.
For most of the two-and-a-half-hour show, Parkinson is onstage dancing everything from the fandango to the frug.