Thursday, May 29, 2003

Explanation of the Common Dap

One person holds out a clenched fist, as in Rock, Paper, Scissors. The second person makes a "rock" and knocks it down on the first one, taking it's place. The first "rock" swings around and then comes down on the second "rock," dislodging it and briefly taking it's place. Both fists are then withdrawn slightly and then tapped together softly.

And then, if you're an FDCS Kindergartener or VT Navigator, you hug (possibly accompanied by a manly "ugh").

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