Drunken Bimbos Twerking

Linda said, “I try not to dwell over what people say about me and for the most part, I don’t particularly care what they think about me for that matter, but last night when that bouncer said ‘take your booty elsewhere, this is a designated twerk-free zone’, I did get upset and I just about threw a conniption.  I guess it is possible that I have been twerking in all the wrong places, and tonight I am going to some place new.”  Brenda said, “Yes that was shameless the way that bouncer treated you last night, as everyone should have the freedom to do what they want with their bodies and express their individualism when the mood strikes them to do so.  Women should be able to twerk wherever they want and this should be respected as a liberated act.  What one person sees as an overtly sexual dance is just seen as fun to others.”

Linda said, “That is so true, as a cursory look at the evolution of the way humans dance tells us what we need to know about the future and where society is headed.  I love to twerk and nobody is ever going to stop me especially when I hear certain songs that encourage or demand that I shake my booty.  I can’t help it that God made me a bottom-heavy women and if that place did not want any twerking then they should not have been playing twerking music.  It is like some type of conspiracy taking place, as when I heard Ester Dean play ‘Drop it Low’, this was a basic call for me to get on the dance floor, and drop it low.”  Brenda said, “When you shake your rump like that, do you think that guys are getting turned on, because you are making them feel like they have an open invitation to be hitting it from the back, or are you just wiggling your tail like your name is Flipper?”

Linda said, “I am not trying to persecute any men even though I understand that it is still all about dat ass and I would much more prefer to be compared with Nicki Minaj than Flipper.  I am just being me and twerking makes me feel terribly sexy while I am doing it and it is not my fault that the majority of people don’t understand what twerking is.  Maybe I am just going through a rebellious period like Miley Cyrus did when she was twerking all the time.  You may think that this is just a yarn, but twerking is a great way to stay fit as it works the deep muscles of the hips as well as the core muscles of the lower back and abs.  I have been a dancer my whole life doing the demi-plié in ballet by bending my knees halfway, while keeping my heels securely on the ground.  I also did a lot of yoga and twerking is easy street compared to the Utkatasana pose where your knees are bent and placed hips-width apart, while hips are back, chest is forward, and arms are above head, in line with the ears.  Twerking is just a portmanteau of the words ‘twist’ and ‘jerk’, and although people see the thrusting hip movements and the low squatting stance as coming off in a sexually provocative manner it is just a dance to me.  At first, people thought Elvis Presley was quite controversial due to his hip gyrations which they felt had obvious sexual connotations.”  Brenda said, “I heard that there is a new club downtown called Drunken Bimbos Twerking and I am sure that we would be accepted there.”

Written for Daily Addictions prompt – Persecute, for FOWC with Fandango – Being, for August Writing Prompts – Easy street, for Sheryl’s A New Daily Post Word Prompt – Conniption, for Ragtag Community – Yarn, for Scotts Daily Prompt – Conspiracy and for Word of the Day Challenge Prompt – Cursory.

7 thoughts on “Drunken Bimbos Twerking

  1. Hahahaha! Hilarious! Being a woman I feel perfectly fine in saying that I find it curious that these are exactly the same females who complain of being objectified. Hahaha. Where we are heading is “curious and curiouser”

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    1. Women are complex people with feelings, wants and needs, but the media forces everyone to view a woman’s body as being isolated from her personality and because of this women end up being treated as objects simply to be looked at, coveted, or touched.

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