Discussion in 'Other Discussions' started by Bjarki, Dec 18, 2008.
Swaffelen is English? Must be from the British Isles, I've never heard of that word until just now.
I tried searching for its origins, but no luck.
I always just called it the woo woo dance. Mainly because I would hear "woo woo" while this action was being performed.
Apparently the term comes from some video of a Dutch kid doing it to the Taj Mahal in India. Sooooo... still not sure how this is an English slang term.
"Like... you know... whatever."
Me neither.. i can make out the swinging/swaying part is English, but that's about it. German 'schwanz' could be involved too, but that's about it.
Btw. The kid got kicked from school for this. And, as much as I value freedom, I find it hard to disagree.. It's probably the most beautiful building in the world. :shake:
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