Moves like Jory
By now Jack needs no introduction. If you don’t know who he is, it must be awfully warm and comfortable beneath that rock you’re under.
Six-and-a-half-year-old Jack Millos literally look Rogers Arena by storm Tuesday night when his dance moves to LMFAO’s “Sexy and I Know It” had the sellout crowd rolling in the aisles. Jack’s moves were contagious and I had to catch up with him post-game for a lesson.That was a good idea. That was not a good idea. Why on earth did I think I could keep up with Jumpin’ Jack Flash?
Sadly those dance moves were an improvement from how I typically shake my money maker, as you can see below. This is what my little man and I call the Happy Dance. It’s typically used as a touchdown celebration, when “Party Rock Anthem” is on, or really anytime in general actually. Clearly dancing is not my forte.
I’ll stick to what I’m good at: stacking Tupperware, using chopsticks, quoting Home Alone 1 and 2 (but never 3), raising one eyebrow like The Rock, find the TV remote after looking forever, remembering what movie that guy is from and squeezing a little bit more power of out dying batteries.