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  • Never mind that the Satanic glee the Pats players were exhibiting was an attempt to mock the sack dance of one of the Chargers players (Shawne Merriman) — so that, in a witty, meta way, the Patriots were exercising a critique of sack-dancery.

    Why the N.F.L. Sucks: Tight-Ass Prigs Ban Football Dance of Joy 2007

  • But hey, I don't want no hateration in this dancery.

    The Harvard Crimson :: News 2009

  • "Then I whirled in," said Mr. Rabbit, "and played the liveliest tunes I could think of, -- 'Billy in the Low Grounds,' '' Possum up the Gum-Stump, '' Chicken in the Bread-Tray, 'and all those hoppery-skippery, jiggery-dancery tunes that make your feet go whether or no.

    Little Mr. Thimblefinger and His Queer Country Joel Chandler Harris 1878


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  • "Don't need no hateration, holleration in this dancery"

    -Mary J. Blige "Mary's Party"

    April 13, 2009