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Make Friends, Influence People With Your Stanky Legg

Improve your wedding reception moves

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    Oh dearest Buffy, your leg is so stanky!

    Wedding season is upon us, and if you're like most people, you don't want to look dumb on the dance floor at the reception.

    So after slow-dancing to "Wonderful Tonight" for the upteenth time in history, stick around the dance floor when that new hit song comes on and all the kiddies scream.

    Just make sure you bring your Stanky Legg.

    That's right, forget the Electric Slide. Macarena? Macawronga. And don't even think about the Cha Cha Slide. It's all about the Stank.

    Don't know what we're talking about? You're totally missing out.

    The Stanky Legg was created by the GS Boyz, and it's blowin' up -- or so we're told. Here's their video so you can see what all the fuss is about: click here.

    So how do you do the Stanky? Basically, you know, you're bouncin' all chill and stuff and then, when the moment's right, you hit 'em with a leg stretch. Yeah!  But this ain't no regular leg stretch, oh no. You crouch down, you know, and start rollin' the ankle and stuff?  Yeah.   And that's when it happens. You're gettin' stanky!

    And if you really want to show how stank you are, you take your finger and place it right under your nose.  That's stank.

    Here's a good example so you can follow along at home, or right there in your office. It's OK, your boss is probably getting his or her Stanky Legg on in Conference Room 2.


    Get ready for the flood of compliments and phone numbers written on wedding napkins that will follow.

    Once you master the Stanky Legg, you may want to move up to the advanced Cupid Shuffle.

    There are a few more moves involved, so stay away from the open bar until after this one. Cupid himself shows you how it's done below:


    And we'll end this summer wedding dance lesson with a new favorite -- Beyonce's Single Ladies dance.

    The best version, of course, comes from Justin Timberlake and friends. Watch and learn from the pros...