“And though dancing isn't his strong suit although much improved from the "Man in the Mirror" bump-and-grind, he clearly had a good time performing, which was nice after a couple weeks of super serious tunes.”
“She refused Hughes' request to wear a bikini in The French Line at that time, Russell told us, "only the bad girls in the south of France wore them" but she did agree to wear a cut-out bathing suit and do a bump-and-grind number that was condemned by the Catholic League of Decency.”
“Ford watched goggle-eyed and adoring as Cricket did a strip-tease on the lawn, and Ian smiled at her bump-and-grind.”
“You do a bump-and-grind, you can get the good ole boys—the men, that is—and the transvestites all whistling together and throwing down the long necklaces.”
“Has the bump-and-grind ever completely disappeared?”
“The bump-and-grind is alive and thriving and surely that is something to shake a tassel at.”
“A sort of “Striptease 101,” the seven-week crash course in all things bump-and-grind is far removed from an employment audition at some sleazy peep-show emporium.”
“Platinum blonde and buxom Mimi le Meaux, with strategically placed tattoos, brings the house down with a bump-and-grind Hawaiian War Dance hula.”
“You see, whereas Early Americans sent smoke signals to say "whassup?", our kids now do the bump-and-grind.”
“Id brooded myself through twenty minutes of droning stories and screaming ads, so Sheena Coleman was already doing her nightly bump-and-grind against the studio blue screen.”
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