I still haven’t seen the video, but this event is the pop-culture gift that keeps on giving.
Every child dreads this day: sooner or later, your parents will come to you, innocently wide-eyed, to ask you about twerking. How you handle this difficult conversation is extremely important and could have a significant impact on the way your parents think about twerking for years to come. You may prefer to put off the big “twerk talk,” but remember that it’s far better for you to be the one to explain than for them to learn on their own by searching YouTube. —NYTimes.
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RT @DennisJerz: Every child dreads this day: sooner or later, your parents will ask you about twerking. http://t.co/IEgEUE6ezR
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