Ade: Pssh. No way man. Are you freaking kidding me?! BAHAHA. We're lucky if she even gets up to go to the bathroom. KIDDING. Ha. That was funny though.
Me: EH?!?!?!?!?!?! I don't understand.... T_T
Ade: 'Cause you're stupid. Well. I, on the other hand, can dance to every song from pretty much any musical (Grease... still remember all the choreography...). Also all Queen songs. And some good 80's music. And... what else... Any song that I listen to. SMOKE ON YOUR PIPE AND PUT THAT IN! (West Side Story reference!)
Me: : P like I care. Unless you plan on being a dancer, dancing'll get you no where.
Ade: Actually, if you're a Theatre Geek like me, it helps to be a dancer. Which will help you be a *Triple Threat. Which will help you get far in show biz. Which will make you awesome and good at what you do and AWESOME.
*Triple Threat - You can act, sing, and dance. Very well.
Me: What kind of employment will that get you and how will that benefit you in the future? Get your social studies mark up before you start worrying about dancing.
Ade: Up, up, up, it can only go up from here! (À la Shania Twain)
Me: I have a bad experience from that song... the way it copied on to my computer (when I was into ST) made it that whenever she sang a certain note in that song (a REALLY HIGH note), it made a high pitch squeal instead of her voice... I had to take the song off my play list....
Ade: Like I said, the quality of my work can only go up!
Me: And what goes up, ALWAYS GOES BACK DOWN!!!!!! You'll have a mid-life crisis if you don't be careful... ( and continue on the teacher's bad side, ie: squealing in class...)
Ade: Pssh, yeah, the "down" side of things will be my death. Duh. And the squealing thing isn't my fault. Blame -----, -------, --------, ---, -----, you and others.
Me: And Kraft Dinner... *hint hint*
Ade: That person was the last one before you. ( A. K. A ----- )
Me: Back to the main subject, why don't you choose a song for this post, 'cause you're SUCH A GOOD dancer.
Ade: Okay. "Bicycle Race" by Queen. Or "Don't Stop Me Now". And what does dancing have to do with choosing a song?
Me: This post is about songs that you can dance to, duh.