If you really must dance to "S.P.Q.R." then the ever-so-humble Melangell has figured out the moves for you to attempt. Disclaimer: if you twist your ankle or break your neck trying to execute these steps, don't even think of suing me. Bradley Enterprises will clean your clocks.
- Actually, doing "S.P.Q.R." is easier for me than doing "Y.M.C.A." Although first one must decide, "Am I going to do the letters so that someone looking at me can read them, or are they for myself?"
I will describe them as for myself, and you can reverse them if that please you more.
S = Left arm curves over the top of the head, right hand curves under the Dan Tien (or solar plexus, or belly.) I am not sure of the transliteration there.
P= the left hand drops to the side, the right arm curves up in an arc beside the head.
Q = both arms arc up over the head, as if creating the sun. The right leg angles out to the side.
R - The right leg remains angled, the right arm drops a bit and arcs out about the head, and the left arms drops to the side. (in otherwords, a P with the right leg angled out to the side.)
I hope, Brad, that this meets with your satisfaction.
Sure! I'm satisfied. However, you'll never catch me doing the "S.P.Q.R." dance. I'm more of a "Louie Louie" kind of hoofer. (Which reminds me, when are we ever going to get it together to make "Louie Louie" the state song of Washington?)