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September 30, 2013


Twerking made illegal in Louisiana town

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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Well, there goes one town off my retirement list!

... and what about 'wet' humping? What do we get for that!?

(might put them back onto the list)

Freedome to twerk - I know it's in one of them darned amendments .....

Damn straight, Meanie.

I love his reference to the "great city" of 3,398 people. That ain't no city.

The folks at the ACLU will be drawing straws to see who gets the 'honor' of defending twerking as a constitutional right, I'm sure.

Seems just a mite hoax-ish. That quote is a bit too literate for a Loosianna Pol.

Actually, no: http://www.snopes.com/politics/satire/twerking.asp

I smell a movie deal. I don't know. Something about a rebellious teen.
Maybe a hellfire-spouting preacher.

Hot air. If they actually arrested and imprisoned someone over this nonsense, the resulting lawsuit would wipe them off the map.

According to the Shreveport Times, this story is a hoax. Apparently, it's considered great fun down there to poke fun at DeQuincy.

Snopes is on it. Just another hoax playing on stereotypical attitudes about swampdwellers, hillbillies, and rednecks. These, of course, are the only kind of people that live in the south.

Thank goodness our Constitution guarantees everyone the right to look stupid.

"jigglin', shakin' or dry-humping"

I have friends who call that foreplay.

"What about jerping, twiggling, or high-drumping? Got an ordinance against THAT,too? Because that's what I was doing, not twerking."

I knew it was as fake as a weatherman's tan the moment that I read it. Reason? No one was seen holding a can of beer for a photo op.

Wow, twerking gets them 30 days in jail. Amazing

Footloose II -- The Twerking.

Anyway, twerking is over with. All the kids are into smirking, now.

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