Now that I’ve seen the infamous Miley Cyrus twerking performance at the MTV Awards show about 75 times on everything from CNN to local newscasts two things become apparent to me. The first is that Ms. Cyrus achieved what was no doubt her goal of mega media attention, the second is that this twerking certainly is work; in fact it can’t be denied she twerks hard for the money. When asked if she was surprised by the reaction she could have pointed out that it was all in a day’s twerk.
If you get hurt while doing it, are you eligible for twerker’s compensation?
That got me wondering if women get equal pay for equal twerk. If you get hurt while doing it, are you eligible for twerker’s compensation? If neither of these is the case then surely a Twerker’s Union is called for to right these wrongs. Twerker’s of the world unite! Can you twerk to rule? Has Miley become a Twerking Class Hero? Will Bob Dylan refuse to twerk on Maggie’s Farm?
If you are not a citizen of the country in which you are dancing do you need a twerk permit? How do you go about applying for a twerk visa? If enough dancers believe in the welfare state will they form a Socialist Twerker’s Party?
Is a lazy dancer asked in jest “Twerking hard or hardly twerking?” However all twerk and no play will never result in someone being dull. The band Loverboy might be set for a big comeback with “Everybody’s Twerking for the Weekend”. Even Beatles fans should look forward to a rerelease of “We can Twerk it Out”.
Has Miley become a Twerking Class Hero?
Let’s face it, Miley’s moves and wardrobe were nothing new. In what is often referred to as the oldest profession, women in similar outfits have been approaching men with many of her moves; will they now be called street twerkers or twerking girls?
C’mon folks twerk with me on this one.