- v. dance and make rhythmic clicking sounds by means of metal plates nailed to the sole of the dance shoes
“Just don't let him tapdance in the men's room at the airport.”
“Hell, get things all fixed, and then maybe ship in some Black kids to tapdance for quarters in front of casinos ... you know, make it cultural or something ...”
“Has making fun of Michael Steele for doing his best tapdance in black face jumped the shark?”
“Zeep had started to slaver when anthrax was mentioned, but the doubts he'd been feeling from jump street had started to tapdance inside him.”
“He also laughed at himself, which was endearing, and I would sit in front of the little television in my room and live vicariously through the made-up life of the Huxtables, who had celebrity guests coming through the house every few episodes to play the trombone or tapdance.”
“Do you really want to have to do such a tapdance for your candidate?”
“It was the Florida-Michigan tapdance that sealed the deal for me against her.”
“EM: Ok, let me take a moment to make a note to myself to ask you to tapdance at the next Convention.”
“So when my little four-legged monster hopped up onto my pillow for her customary, "OMG MONKEY, IT'S TIME TO GET UP AND FEED YOUR KITTY NOW!" tapdance of impending starvation, I was very much relieved.”
“Conservative family-values Republican Senator Larry Craig gets caught doing a gay footsie tapdance with an undercover cop in an airport bathroom.”
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