Unicorn Dabbing back the fuck up sprinkle tits today is not the day shirt and hoodie
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Whether it’s a serious family photo or the school play, children everywhere are using the dab to ruin our photo albums – but what actually is this craze? Dabbing, or ‘the dab’ as it is sometimes singularly referred to, is a dance move that has grown in popularity over the last year and involves moving both arms up and out to the side of your body in something that looks a little bit like a weird salute. It can be done in either direction, first one arm reaches in front of your chest towards the opposite side of your body, and bends at the elbow, with the back of your hand ending up by your ear to make an elongated V shape. The other arm sticks outwards in the same direction, away from your body, in a straight line. Traditionally at this point, when both arms are in position, the head moves down in a bow movement with the rest of the body staying straight.
Unicorn Dabbing back the fuck up sprinkle tits today is not the day hoodie
Dabbing has made its appearance in politics, as well. In January 2016, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton dabbed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. In October 2016, Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez dabbed at the end of a Senate debate against Attorney General Kamala Harris. On January 3, 2017, Cal Marshall, 17-year-old son of Rep. Roger Marshall (R-Kan), dabbed at his father’s swearing in as a Congressman, confusing House Speaker Paul Ryan. On February 22, 2017, Deputy Labour Leader Tom Watson dabbed in the UK’s House of Commons. French presidential candidates Emmanuel Macron, Benoît Hamon and François Fillon dabbed on TV in March 2017. In May 2017, Prince Sverre Magnus of Norway dabbed at the Royal Palace in Oslo during his grandparents’ King Harald V and Queen Sonja’s official appearance for their 80th birthday. In October 2017, Australian Labor Party leader Bill Shorten dabbed as part of a “diss track” criticising members of the Liberal Party. He later alluded to the dab’s infamy, stating that his children had been “humiliated” by it.
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