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Feet, or hands?

THE BOOGIE WOOGIE?

WHAT THE HELL IS THE BOOGIE WOOGIE?

This is what's wrong with kids these days, their very history is being rewritten

HOKIE POKIE FOR LIFE
@salmon_rushdie said in #3:
> THE BOOGIE WOOGIE?
>
> WHAT THE HELL IS THE BOOGIE WOOGIE?
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> This is what's wrong with kids these days, their very history is being rewritten
>
> HOKIE POKIE FOR LIFE

Mea Culpa.
I chose it for it's dumbness appearance level. Should have looked at it first.
Hokie Pokie is correct.
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That's because it's considered an invitation when you point your feet at someone
Greeting someone by shaking his hands is viewed as being polite. Greeting him by kicking him in the butt is viewed by many as being less polite.
@Katzenschinken said in #8:
> Greeting someone by shaking his hands is viewed as being polite. Greeting him by kicking him in the butt is viewed by many as being less polite.

I guess they could always shake feet as a gesture of respect, although this has never become popular for some reason. Yepp, kick his butt! Lol JK.
@Katzenschinken said in #8:
> Greeting someone by shaking his hands is viewed as being polite. Greeting him by kicking him in the butt is viewed by many as being less polite.

The handshake is a sign of deep mutual distrust.

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