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Q: When do you think "twerking" will become popular in China?

If you don't think the dance will catch on, how about the "teddy bear" outfit that Miley Cyrus/Lil' Kim wore? It's cute - cute enough for a Chinese girl?

7 years 22 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Other cities

 
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I hope not. Twerking is not an export to be proud of. Whatever happened to demure, classic beauty? Miley Cyrus is selling herself as a piece of flesh who desperately wants "backend" action. It's disgusting. One day when she actually becomes a mature adult she'll look back at her antics in shame.

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7 years 22 weeks ago
 
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I twerked like crazy in 1992 to the tune of Achy Breaky Heart. It's so last millennium. 

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7 years 22 weeks ago
 
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If it did ,No good would come of it. The sad thing is I know the words to Achy Breaky Hart. Just glad there are no Banjo's involved

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7 years 22 weeks ago
 
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Twerking is just gross. Seriously. It's repulsive as hell.

I seriously hope it never catches on in China.

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7 years 22 weeks ago
 
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I just had to google 'twerking', I had no idea what it was. Now I wish I hadn't bothered.

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7 years 22 weeks ago
 
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to the anti-twerking crowd. Don't be so judgmental and don't be concerned. Twerking is too much effort for most Chinese to do. Slow movements is the way of the people here. 

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7 years 22 weeks ago
 
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NEVER..... Booties are needed to twerk!!!

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7 years 22 weeks ago
 
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I just googled it.  looks like girls fkng the air with still a bit of clothes on...  logical progression of the idea of dance I guess.  I'll pass on it though....  sexy stuff appeals to me more in kinda a private way... like a 'secret' shared between two partners...  If it is publicised it just doesn't do it for me.  I went to strip clubs a coupla times when I was in my 20's because it was something us fella's just did. clubs and this kind of 'dancing'  lack the intimacy that I believe gives sexuality it's strongest appeal...   but don't they say each generation does weird things as it is 'finding itself' ?  I use to put tobacco in my mouth and spit.  odd behavior eh ?

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7 years 22 weeks ago
 
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For some girls it probably already is.  Depends who you hang with.  Personally I'm not a fan but still prefer it to sa jiao.

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7 years 21 weeks ago
 
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Soon. I was just in taiwan, and jeez, they can work it ( twerk it??)  You gotta think its gonna work it way over here.

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probably the old ladies who are already dancing on peoples square will do that soon. but no one wanna see that

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