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  • wow, that looks like so much fun. I absolutely love ABBA.

    Wonder if this was inspired by a dancing/cooking event on Jamie Oliver’s show.

  • Vic

    LOL… I think the gays are taking Dupont Circle back!

  • Silver Spring JD

    What a waste of an opportunity to rid ourselves of hundreds of fans of the lowest form of culture…ABBA.

    How they were elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, being neither Rock nor Roll is a crime against humanity.

  • It wasn’t impromptu — it was put together and planned by the DC Cowboys as part of their dance class.

    • Ned

      The Dallas fans in this city are already annoying enough. Organizing events like this one really pushes them over the edge.

      • o2bncdg

        “Dallas Fans”??? You are not aware then that the “DC Cowboys” is a gay ensemble group doing country-western inspired dancing and other routines. Nothing whatsoever to do with “Dallas” that I know of.

        • heisenburg

          nope, those are definitely Dallas Cowboy fans

  • DeepDarkDiamond

    That is sooooo sad…

    loving the fact that my two captcha words are “how” “lamely”

  • big sis
  • victoria

    I really want to like the idea of flash mobs but I just somehow don’t. Reminiscent of annoying high school pep rallies? Disconcertingly homogeneous participants? I’m not quite sure why – it feels contrived and a little self-congratulatory. I love it in Barcelona when strangers all join hands and dance together in the parks at sunset. I even liked the Morris dancers in Adams Morgan on Saturday.

  • DCKid

    Ugh – I’ll GLADLY take on an ABBA-inspired flash mob over a Morris dance any day.

  • artist mama

    I love Mama Mia! I’m sorry I missed it. Who the heck cares if it was impromptu, staged, Dallas cowboys or the Village guys, it was a fun thing to experience. Thanks for sharing!

  • dang. i was working all day sunday. what a waste!!! dc cowboys has dance classes? last time i went to a country-western dance class, it was in cap hill at remington’s when it was on 8th st. i think.


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