"mono logo - the GO P"
(a guy with a nightly gig does stand-up at Rockefeller Center)
FAL: In political news, with over one ton of Republicans now running for president it's no surprise that the latest dance craze sweeping Washington is called the "GO P" -- that's spelled capital G-O, space, capital P.
Inspired by a typesetting error in a GOP campaign ad, the GO P is a strange dance. Really. The dancers all seem to be in obvious discomfort, as they move around the dance floor with their legs tightly crossed in what's being called the dance's signature move, the "hold-it squeeze."
With most dances the music tends to set people free. But the GO P is just the opposite, with the dancers moving as part of an up-tight and intensely, unpleasant group, bound forever to its bodily urges.
Anyway, in case you haven't seen it yet we thought we'd show you what the GO P looks like.
BAND: (music mimics the need to control the urge to pee, as up-tight dancers, desperate to find bladder relief, are hampered by legs locked in the hold-it squeeze)
FAL: (dances to above)
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