Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Try this at home

Here is a step-by-step guide to the Dashing White Sergeant, a Scottish dance best perforemed with lost of thundering, crashing and yelling, and that's just the little old ladies. Follow these instructions and you'll be able to join in straight away!
Crunch crunch crunch crunch crunch crunch crunch brake!
Back 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Pas-de-basque bounce bounce whizz your parter round
Pas-de-basque bounce bounce make a yelping sound
Figure 8 get lost crash into all dancers
Wait for the others to catch up sweaty handed partners
Burly fellows looking camp
Puffing panting marches
Stride stride stamp stamp stamp
Underneath the arches
Got it? Good. Now you can have a glass of single Malt or a gin and tonic for the ladies.


Blogger monty said...

Dear Helen,
Doctorate Eh!
And you can't even spell the word, 'Perforemed'(on blog page)! And people are paying to see you perform (correct spelling)?!

Hop yu ar wel (I've come from your school of spelling!)

Monty XXX

3:38 PM  
Blogger goldtop said...

I *love* this dance - went up to Edinburgh for a friends b-day and spent most of the night dashing up and down the stairs in her house with various members of her family and friends all sweetly yelling at me what to do next - top fun!

3:12 PM  

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