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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Do the Humpty Dance, Score a Free Beer

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click to enlarge Impersonate the original big-nosed rapper, get sloshed.
  • Impersonate the original big-nosed rapper, get sloshed.
Eater SF reports on a pretty funky freebie in its "Dealfeed": Head on over to Showdogs (1020 Market at 6th) today, perform the "Humpty Dance" (as imagined by legendary Oakland rap group Digital Underground), and you will score a beer on the house. If you don't know the dance, it's real easy to do.

"First, I limp to the side like my leg was broken/Shakin' and twitchin', kinda like I was smokin'/Crazy wack funky/People say, 'You look like MC Hammer on crack, Humpty . . .'"

For more pointers, check out the "Humpty Dance" performed live on The Arsenio Hall Show (featuring a young Tupac Shakur) after the jump.

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