There is only one true dance: The Hokey Pokey. I have seen the original song sheets inspired by the Magic Musician. People who believe in other false dances with their meaningless songs are being fooled by evil forces. The Chicken Dance is not inspired by the Magic Musician. It is a man made fabrication just like all other dances. If you do not do the Hokey Pokey you will be cursed and forced to spend all eternity in the Orchestra Pit. Do the Hokey Pokey now, and save your internal eternal tune.
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Yes, Brother Cog! Yes! Preach it, Brother Cog! Hallelujah! Do the Hokey Pokey, brothers and sisters, because that's what it's all about!... *putting right foot in*... *taking right foot out*... *putting right foot in*... *shaking right foot all about*...
How about the hokey Cokey, is that ok or have I been fooled by evil forces? I will stop sticking my left leg in, if that's the case.
I have done in depth research into the Hokey Cokey as a part of my 3ed PhD. and found it to be NON-MUSICAL. It is a bastardized version copied from the original texts of the Hokey Pokey. Practitioners gyrate and flail the bodies all about in an uncontrolled ecstasy of bodily contact. It's discussing and amoral and certainly not according to official doctrine. It is just an excuse to allow people of the opposite sex to touch one another. Teaching Hokey Cokey to children is Child Abuse.
If you say "Hokey Pokey" backwards, it is "Yekoh Yekop", the battle cry of drunken angels.
@David ""Yekoh Yekop", The yelps of the fallen as they were expelled from the stage of life and into the orchestra pit of death. The fallen whose symbol is the upside-down violin. Heathen Chicken Dance worshipers.
A confession. A choreographic sin.
In my room...where no-one sees...I've been doing some...line dancing - without a line or even so much as a cowboy hat.....
I know its wrong but caught up in the galloping movement I feel the power of the rodeo my heart swells as if it will burst unless I shout to the heavens "Yipee kyo kyaay! Get along lil doggies!!".......
Pray for me brothers and sisters for I have sinned mightily.....and had a hoot of a time pardners!
@Grin Re: Line Dancing
It's okay, Brother Grin. You are not totally lost... yet. While Line Dancing may not be as sinful as other forms of gyration pleasures, it is still something that should be avoided. For it is a two-step toward that slippery slope that leads you away from the Hokey Pokey and down that treacherous path toward much more sinister styles. Cog and I have both already listed a few examples in another thread. Disco, Break Dancing, The Robot, and Popping are by far the most evil and devastating of all the blasphemous dances.
For the sake of Brother Skeptic who confessed he was not familiar with The Robot and Popping, here are a couple of links to each. It is of vital importance that we are familiar with the "enemy" so that we can avoid the dangers and pitfalls of their demonic lures.
I submit to you all that anybody who is capable of moving like that MUST BE under the direct control of forces so dark, so vile, and so evil that they defy imagination. Yes, brothers and sisters, these two styles are quite similiar. And that is even MORE PROOF of their emanating from pits that far surpass the horrors of hell.
Be strong, Brother Grin. Do not allow the dance of lines lead you astray. Maintain the Sacred Circle of the divine Hokey Pokey!
@Grinseed: In all honesty, we have all been there. Indulging in sinful flesh satisfying acts of emotional gratification. I think the important thing is that you have realized your sinful ways and appear fully repentant. I think three rounds of Hokey Pokey, fully clothed, absent the cowboy hat and in a school gymnasium should wash away your sins. Have a Hokey day and if you are lucky a Pokey night.
The Hokey cokey Pokey is a colonial filth filled whore of a supremacist dance. Foisted upon the East End by landlords eager for their own gain then exported by zealots to the unsullied noble savages of the rest of the world!
You are supporters of neo colonial dance imperialism. Running dog lackeys of the 1%.
There is only one true dance that up lifts yet calms, seduces yet remains pure and that is the WATUSI.
Eschew your evil ways Cog and Tin Man, allow the breath of true multicultural appropriation stir your nethers. You can learn how here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OU_Ppxgs9Q
There is also a sub sect called the "Wah Watusi" which is suitable for teens: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcQQi9vbZZE .
Come to us brothers and discover the joys of rigorous, yet decorous exercise with the opposite sex.
@Old man shouts ... AMEN BROTHER BIKER!!! AMEN! (Actually, Watusi, is a couples version of the Hokey Pokey. ) You might as well be singing, Put your head in, pull your head out, put your head in and shake it all about. While it is a pagan version of the original Hokey Pokey, there is no touching and so it is completely socially acceptable though heathen at its core.
The Wah Watusi is just another extension. In addition to put your head in and head out, they add right leg, side, right hand, left hand and even turn yourself around. Another perfectly acceptable heathen form of the original Hokey Pokey. There are no basic differences other than the fact that Hokey Pokey is done in a circle and the Wah watusi is done as a line dance.
IMITATION IS THE BEST FORM OF FLATTERY. All you have shown us is a bunch of wanna-be Hokey Pokey dancers.
Once again your lack of faith lets you down.
I have it on good authority, in fact the Victor Sylvester Annotated Book of Morals, says it clearly that "Hokey Pokey and it's demon cousin the "Cokey" lead to such abominations as the Bossa Nova, the Foxtrot, the Lambeth Walk and even *draws a shaky breath and whispers* The Tango *waits for thunderbolt from Strauss the Younger*.
I urge you Cog et al to turn from the path of shakiness and return to the righteous way of fixed steps and two books of dance between partners.
@Old man shouts --- has been on one too many bike rides. He got his pee-pee stuck in the spokes and now he is rambling incoherently. We all hope the delusions stop soon and he can return to reality. For now. he needs his rest. Don't talk to him and just let him rest. Doctor's Orders!
@Cog Re: Old Man
Just to let you know, I tossed two bottles of his favorite wine into his room with him earlier, and now he is snoozing comfortably slumped over his trike seat. Okay, in all honesty, I probably could have moved him over to his bed, but he was drooling quite badly and I didn't have any latex gloves available at the time I checked in on him. Soooo.... *shrugging shoulders*....
We'll we will be safe from his rants until he sleeps it off. Enjoy the peace.
I heard this through my cousins, brothers', sister-in-law's, neighbour that the hokey pokey was an invention to fool the prisoners to dance their way to the gallows after serving them several glasses of cheap wine. It cost them cheaper to buy cheap wine and song than to have guards escort them.
Signed...scared to dance the hokey pokey
@In Spirit Re: "...that the hokey pokey was an invention to fool the prisoners to dance their way to the gallows after serving them several glasses of cheap wine."
I totally understand your concern. Sadly, that rumor has persisted for many centuries, but rest assured there is "probably" hardly any truth to it at all. Nevertheless, it IS suggested doctrine to take a couple of mild precautionary measures each time before participating in the Hokey Pokey.
A. Do not drink cheap wine before or during the Hokey Pokey.
B. Check the surrounding area (at least a one mile radius) to make sure there are no gallows within stumbling distance.
Simply follow these two easy precautions, and you will be able to freely enjoy the glorious gift of the Hokey Pokey with little to no concerns or worries. Stay strong and be faithful, Brother Spirit!
Breaking news: the hokey pokey has been used on cruise ships to get unwelcome visitors to the hokey pokey titled...Walking the plank.
I'll add that to the list of precautions you mentioned but I'm still on the fence....ouch...not a good idea...lol