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By DabTheFuckOut - / Friday 16 September 2016 19:35 / United States - Honolulu
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By  Manna182  |  6

I must be old because I don't know what that means

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  KyoshiroT  |  32

And the only time you dab a lot in bingo is if you are one number away from getting the bingo. then somebody else bingos before you and you're frustrated.

By  Manna182  |  6

I must be old because I don't know what that means

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  BanjoCheeseGuy  |  26

@2 It's a dance move. "The dab is a dance move in which the dancer simultaneously drops the head while raising an arm and the elbow in a gesture that has been noted to resemble sneezing."

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  BanjoCheeseGuy  |  26

@8 I think the dance would be worse. He probably also called everything savage and talked about people getting roasted (assuming it was the dance, that is. "Dance" being used very loosely).

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  J352SAURUS  |  30

You'd be surprised. My sister's boyfriend does it all the time. He often uses it as a response when someone asks him a question he doesn't want to answer, or a semi-rhetorical question like "What on earth are you doing?!" He also says "breakfast!" a lot, and "savage". It's infecting my sister too. She wanted us all to dab in a family photo. It needs to stop!

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  J352SAURUS  |  30

It's not wrong to say "breakfast". It just gets annoying sometimes. Like, you'll ask him what movie he wants to watch or what he wants to eat and he'll reply "breakfast!" He gets it from that video with the Down Syndrome kids. "What's going on here? Breakfast!" It's the same with that "my name is Jeff", or the "twenty-one" thing. You'll ask him what the time is or how many biscuits he'd like and he'll reply "twenty-one". It's just senseless viral catch-phrases or activities that he latches on to and weaves into everyday life. It's mind-numbing at times.

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