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slosh

a popular dance with a traditional routine of steps, kicks, and turns performed in lines
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In fact, if you slosh a couple of times a night, you're giving yourself a good aerobic workout.
Anyone who's had a broken heart can relate to Joy Division's Love Will Tear Us Apart but it's also a great song to do The Slosh to a old the
It's because that particular song takes me right back to the 70s, to the chicken-in-a-basket cabaret nights in social clubs with frilly-shirted, failed singers leading the audience in a slosh.
DEAR FIONA: If my friend mentions her new job just once more I am going to slosh her
Chances are the El Segundo native will have to slosh through puddles of mud and a slippery six-kilometer surface to improve upon her 30th-place finish at the event last year, and she will probably end up looking more like a mud wrestler than an elite runner when she's finished.
22 /PRNewswire/ -- Unless you're planning on parachuting in to your desk this winter, you're going to slosh through some nasty weather.
Despite the awful weather on Sunday, Tony was excited after taking part in the world's biggest Slosh - with 25,000 peopleHe showed the Razz girls exactly how to take the way to Amarillo, although he was slightly worried about messing up his pointy brown shoes in the mud.
Despite having a left foot that could open a tin of beans, his attempt at The Slosh lacked his usual balance.