Friday, August 22, 2008

Dance Jokes

Our dance teacher taught us a new dance called the Politician. All you have to do is take three steps forward, two steps backward, then side-step side-step and turn around.

He was a great dancer except for two problems ... his feet!!!

Question: How many dance instructors does it take to change a light bulb?
Answer: Five ! ... Six ! ... Seven ! ... Eight !

Q: How do you make a tissue dance?
A: Put a little boogie in it!

Q: Why wouldn't they let the butterfly into the dance?
A: Because it was a moth ball.

Q: How do hens dance?
A: Chick-to-chick (cheek)

Q: Which dance will a chicken not do ?
A: The foxtrot !

Q: What animals are poor dancers?
A: Four legged ones because they have two left feet.

Q: What did the ballerina do when she hurt her foot?
A: She called a toe truck!

Q: What kind of dance do rabbits like best?
A: Hip HOP !

Q: Which of Santa's reindeer is our favorite?
A: Dancer

Q: What dance did the Pilgrims do?
A: The Plymouth Rock.

Q: What do cows like to dance to?
A: Any kind of moosic you like!

Q: Where do penguins go to dance?
A: At the snow ball.

Q: What's the snake’s favourite dance?
A: The Mamba!

Q: What do cars do at a disco?
A: Brake dance.

Q: Why did the two knives go to the dance together?
A: Because they both looked sharp!

Q: What do ghosts dance to?
A: Soul music.

Q: What is a duck's favorite dance ?
A: The quackstep !

Q: What happened to the blonde tap dancer?
A: She slipped and fell down the drain.

Q: Why did the little kid dance on the jar of jam?
A: Because the jar top said, "Twist to open."

Q: Where do dancers go for breakfast?
A: I-Hop

Q: How do they dance in Arabia?
A: Sheik-to-sheik (cheek)

Q: What do you have when only one line dancer comes to the party?
A: A one liner.

Q: What do baby swans dance to ?
A: Cygnet-ure-tunes !

Q: What kind of dance do buns do?
A: A-bun-dance (abundance).

Q: What is a frog's favorite dance?
A: The Lindy Hop.

Come and trip it as ye go,
On the light fantastic toe.

— John Milton (1608-1674), English Author
L'Allegro (l. 33)