Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Crank That in Iraq

SPC Haitian Sensation attempts to teach LT G the Crank That Soulja' Boy dance in Iraq. Hilarity ensues.


video

22 comments:

Anne Boisselle said...

Thank you, you just made my life!

Ky Woman said...

ENCORE! ENCORE!

clap! clap! clap! Bravo! clap! clap! clap!

Oh, don't forget, practice makes perfect. ;-)

KJ said...

oh man... I seriously needed that.

Hey LT... you have the "superman" part down!! My 16 year old cousin tried to teach me and I still don't have it either. *shrugs*

Phelps said...

HAHAHAHA... HEY! That's what I look like when I try it!!!

KYARNG Pilot2b said...

Very Funny Sir get up more!!! Cupid Shuffle next... that one is easier than Soulja Boy

Anonymous said...

PHENOMENAL (both of you!) And, for SPC Haitian Sensation:

It's the fire in my eyes,
And the flash of my teeth,
The swing in my waist
And the joy in my feet.
Maya Angelou

|3run0 said...

Your performance reminds me of this. Note that such displays of wantom insanity work wonders in counterinsurgency; barely 30 seconds into the video we see a couple of local iraqis drop their support for the insurgency and join the celebrations. Reliable sources confirm this is how Sheik Sattar was turned.

Mike said...

Oh, that made my night LT. I think the funniest part was you trying to "crank dat." For the record, you don't crank it with your hands as you were doing, it's all in the feet.

Anyway, as one suburban white kid to another, I feel your pain.

Ashley Butler said...

I haven't laughed so hard in a while. You need to get all the LTs to partake.

David M said...

The Thunder Run has linked to this post in the blog post From the Front 02/20/2008 News and Personal dispatches from the front lines.

Lt. C said...

Nice work, LT, nice work...too bad soulja boy didn't exist circa 2005. It would have taken the 305 suite to new levels.

mutt said...

Ummmm....yeah- proving once more white guys cant dance......
thanks for the peek, Lt.....love you guys.....

dice d said...

Sing a little song,
Do a little dance,
Get down tonight!

Eric said...

You realize, of course, LT, that given the nature of the internet, and how it is on track to pretty much preserve anything that gets posted on it, that your little dance will be available to students studying the Iraq war in the 24th century. Just a thought.

|3run0 said...

" You realize, of course, LT, that given the nature of the internet, and how it is on track to pretty much preserve anything that gets posted on it, that your little dance will be available to students studying the Iraq war in the 24th century. Just a thought."

Indeed, I'm sure that when the board convenes to consider your promotion to BG, this video will somehow surface...

DG said...

Nice job, LT G. You sorta looked like a line dancer in a country bar. But cute - it's all good.

Anonymous said...

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

The girls in Adm. Services

Anonymous said...

Don't give up your day job. A little more practice and you can join the rockettes. your dads favorite cousin

nick said...

did you know there is a type of music called Krunk-Hop now?

just letting you know what your going to come home to...

Nichole said...

You need to post more of these videos. It brings a smile to faces of everyone.

That was awesome! I watched it 3 times. White boys can't dance. I tried learning the damn dance as well. My kids have it down. I just trip all over myself!

Keep that sense of humor.

young grasshopper said...

Bravo!! You get a 10 for effort and a solid 3 for skill :)

This was hysterical. I intend on coming back to it whenever I need a pick me up.

I was watching this, and laughing out loud, while on a conference call (thanks be to God for mute buttons) when I heard "do you have any questions for us?". And yes, they were talking to me! I had no idea what the conversation was about so I said "I have no questions at this time, but If any come up later I'll email them to you so we can put them on next weeks agenda". Good save, no?

Keep dancing LT G!

Tania said...

How did I miss this post? I was laughing out loud. Good thing no one is around me right now--I'm at work!