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jack(ing)

analogy; noun verb
A dance move usually done in the house or techno clubs that has the following steps: bend, lean back, stand up, lean back. Repeat. Harder than it looks and sounds.
 
Used to refer to a dance move. It is a cool dance move that's hard to do but it's not cool to go around saying, I'm jacking. So really, used in classes or learning the move.
Etymology : analogous to a "jack hammer" where the dancer moves up and down much like a jack hammer moves up and down. However, the dancer does not move literally like a jack hammer, just resembles the motion of moving up and down.
Source : Dance instructor - 11/28/2011 “I’m going to teach y’all how to jack so when you go to the clubs you can be the coolest person there and not look stupid. So. We’re going to be jacking.”
Last modified: 2 December 2011


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