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Have your guy friends drink a whole bottle of wine and do this dance 😂😂 @c_hart28 @tylermill999

TikTok video from Molly Irish (@mollyirish): "Have your guy friends drink a whole bottle of wine and do this dance 😂😂 @c_hart28 @tylermill999". Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?.

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NikkiVibes

Old trend but had to do it with this guy. #vino #winetiktok #corkscrewdance #dance #dancer #funny

278 Likes, 146 Comments. TikTok video from NikkiVibes (@beachlove96): "Old trend but had to do it with this guy. #vino #winetiktok #corkscrewdance #dance #dancer #funny". original sound.

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Pgh58

#duet with @baskotydjonze HE is a BEAST#pghdara #bodycontrol #bottledance #wow

6.3K Likes, 112 Comments. TikTok video from Pgh58 (@pgh58): "#duet with @baskotydjonze HE is a BEAST#pghdara#bodycontrol #bottledance#wow". This guy is amazing | Watch the shake . original sound.

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Jessica

A Greek Dancer balancing with 3 glass of wine on his head while dancing .

TikTok video from Jessica (@latingemini77): "A Greek Dancer balancing with 3 glass of wine on his head while dancing . ". original sound.

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Vine Drop

Dancing for attention 🥹🍷 #wineopener #bottleopenerdance #attention #dancing #winetok #naturalwinetok #orangewine #glassofwine

TikTok video from Vine Drop (@vine_drop): "Dancing for attention 🥹🍷 #wineopener #bottleopenerdance #attention #dancing #winetok #naturalwinetok #orangewine #glassofwine". sonido original.

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Nikki

Finally a dance I can do while holding wine! DC @manumalomoe #CurameChoreo

561 Likes, 34 Comments. TikTok video from Nikki (@nikkiloveheart): "Finally a dance I can do while holding wine! DC @manumalomoe#CurameChoreo". original sound.

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@atgirl

“Can we get an actual red wine bottle to make it more real?” Words from the dancing man himself🤣🍷 #wigglewiggle #jigglejiggle #dance

TikTok video from @atgirl (@amberrooddurfee): "“Can we get an actual red wine bottle to make it more real?” Words from the dancing man himself🤣🍷 #wigglewiggle #jigglejiggle #dance". Jiggle Jiggle.

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Diply

When the wine is lit 🍷 by @meganastin2 #diply #funnyvideos😂 #dancingtiktok #winebottle #dancingchallenge #drinkingalcohol #wineislife

808 Likes, 9 Comments. TikTok video from Diply (@diply): "When the wine is lit 🍷 by @meganastin2 #diply #funnyvideos😂 #dancingtiktok #winebottle #dancingchallenge #drinkingalcohol #wineislife". original sound.

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10 TikTok Dances to Learn

10 TikTok Dances to Learn

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If social distancing has finally inspired you to download TikTok, the social-media app dominated by Gen Z, congratulations! Welcome. It’s time for you to learn some TikTok dances.

Just as the currency of early Instagram was photos of latte art, the currency of TikTok right now is 15 to 30 second dances. The pros — in this case, teen or 20-something dancers — make up choreography, and sometimes it catches on, inspiring other people to upload their own versions. It’s like the macarena, or Soulja Boy, but harder and made for your viewing pleasure. Even Hailey and Justin Bieber are doing them. 

The dances were inescapable on my feed, but until recently, I hadn’t tried them. I’m not a great dancer; my experience is limited to a high-school production of Grease. But I am a big fan of endorphins, so I’ve gone down the rabbit hole and learned many whole TikTok dances including Renegade, Cannibal, Say So, Hit Every Beat, Hey Boy, and Rule the World. If those words mean nothing to you, take a deep breath, get into something comfy, and check out the ten dances below, ranked from easiest to borderline impossible.

A quick note on the medium: Audio is central to TikTok. Instead of passing around photos or jpeg formats, the sounds get used over and over. The word “sound” can be used to describe a song, a clip from a TV show, any audible component. It’s also the easiest way to find the dances — click on the sound used in the video. Some dances are scored to actual clips from songs, such as the hugely popular Doja Cat “Say So” dance, and others use more obscure remixes. A song that came out in 2010, Kesha’s “Cannibal,” is currently the soundtrack to one of the most popular dances. It’s not common for the dances to have names, so for the purpose of this list, I’ve called them by the song they’re scored to, or an official name if there is one.

This is easy if and only if you already know the macarena, which, if you’re reading this article, you probably do. It’s a good one to warm up with. Think of it as the equivalent of a child’s pose at the beginning of vinyasa class.

Do the macarena twice as fast, pretend to drum a few times, then hit the “woah.” The “woah” is probably the most important TikTok dance move. Move your left arm down at a diagonal and move your right arm up, parallel to the left. Pulse. Confusingly, there are some other versions of the “woah,” most commonly a kind of “turning a car wheel” motion, but those are not the proper “woah” to do in this context.

If Laura Dern can do this one, so can you. It’s short, sweet, and requires a lot of attitude. I learned it after drinking two glasses of wine, but that’s not necessary. The key moves are the body roll and the punch, which you’ll find in a lot of TikTok dances. I put on a tutorial and dedicated five minutes to getting the basic moves down. Now, my muscle memory has kicked in well enough that I can add my own flair. That’s another key to TikTok dancing: add your own flair. This is your time to shine! Doja Cat liked this dance so much she put the creator Haley Sharpe, or @yodelinghaley, in the music video.

One of the baffling things about TikTok is that so many people seem to get their partners to join in on TikTok videos. This dance is a good example. The moves pretty much correspond to the lyrics — the last word of the song is “baby” so you make a rocking motion. The first couple in the above compilation is composed of TikTok’s reigning dance king and queen, Chase Hudson and Charli D’Amelio. Learn from the pros.

If you’re on TikTok long enough, you’re gonna hear this song used for lots of videos, not just dancing. As far as I can tell, it’s a remix that originated on YouTube. There is a deeply funny tutorial of this dance here. My weakness, I’ve learned, is that I have a hard time getting my lower body to do anything while my upper body is reciting dance moves. But it’s crucial. The dance moves will only take you about 20 minutes to get down, but perfect execution takes more practice. Annoying, I know—- but at least we have lots of time on our hands.

I have wanted to learn this dance since I first saw it. My first attempt was after a night out and a video of me practicing was subsequently sent to my friends. Embarrassing, I know, but it’s an occupational hazard when you decide to commit to TikTok dancing. This has two extremely fun dance moves — the heart shape pulsing in the middle and the opening “I’ll eat you up” hand gesture. Everything else is filler. @ya.girl.bri.bri97 is credited with coming up with the choreography, and posted a tutorial here.

Okay, we’ve arrived at the Renegade. It’s undoubtedly the most popular dance on TikTok, maybe in the world right now. I saw someone do this in church over Christmas. But despite its popularity, it’s kind of a hard dance. It’s best to use a tutorial for this one. I think the first half is more challenging: The combination of the woah, clap, figure eight, and wave is a lot for my arms to take in. But once you have it down, it’s satisfying and you’ll find yourself doing it at any given opportunity, just to brag.

If you’re actually a dancer or looking for a challenge, check out the original Renegade. It was created by 14-year-old Jalaiah Harmon on the app Funimate. It migrated to TikTok and as it proliferated, it got a bit easier. Here’s the original:

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Another dance where the lyrics and the moves pretty much correlate. But in this one, you have to throw it back — a central move in the TikTok oeuvre. Your torso does a body roll while your leg kicks back. You’re throwing “it” back, and “it” is your butt. I don’t want to look at myself “throwing it back” so I haven’t recorded any videos of this one. But I do like the casual, cocky, ending hand motion. @Talialevinger posted this dance first in October with the caption “made up a dance!” And yes, this is another Doja Cat song. She comes up a lot on TikTok.

@Zoifishh posted this dance in early February and the sound has been used in 3.7 million videos (not all of them are dancing, but many of them are). Blessedly, she also recorded a tutorial at half speed. Honestly, it feels like it’s at full speed. There are a lot of body rolls and hair flips in this one. The pout and chest bumps at the end, along with the victorious swaying, is a well-earned treat after a rapid ten seconds. And it really shows that a big part of TikTok dancing is being able to keep a beat and sway/dance through whatever your arms are doing. The dance moves are mostly your arms, but proper execution includes engaging your whole body. Which, for the uncoordinated, is daunting.

This is the one I spent an hour learning last night. It moves so quickly — it leaves me winded half of the time. The moves are all high energy — punch the air, flick off the sweat, and finish it with a pose at the end. The dance’s creator, Ciara aka @ceceiswoke, made a tutorial at half speed, but even that is faster than I, for one, am used to. Block out the hour you would have spent at the gym and go for it.

You can really only do this if you can do a split. And if you can do a split, you probably don’t need help learning TikTok dances. But maybe that’s something the rest of us can work on while social distancing — getting a perfect split.

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What kind of wine to give a man - fortwine.

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Before the impending February 23, the question arises every year: what to give a man? For us, the answer is obvious – wine! This is a self-sufficient and elegant gift that can be given on its own. Even without socks. In order not to break firewood, we decided to help with the choice. We divided the wines according to the generations of men - from zoomers to the silent generation.

Generation Z or Zoomers
Born between 1997 and 2015

The oldest zoomers are now 24 years old and are starting to set trends in drinking.

According to sociologists, zoomers are characterized by concern for the environment (remember Greta Tumberg). For those who are not indifferent to the future of our Earth, wine Stadlmann Weisser Burgunder is suitable as a gift. The winery has an official organic certificate, which means it uses fewer chemicals and fertilizers.

Uniqueness and authenticity are also important for zoomers. Italian wine L'Archetipo is produced in a small volume, only 100,000 bottles per year. The winery also uses organic and biodynamic practices in the vineyards. The wine undergoes spontaneous fermentation with the help of wild yeast, and is not filtered at the end. That is, it remains the way nature intended it (and a little winemaker).

We also recommend sparkling wine Villa Maria Lightly Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc.


Stadlmann Weisser Burgunder, L'Archetipo, Villa Maria Lightly Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc

Generation Y or Millennials
Born 1981 to 1996

Millennials have global values, travel widely and are open to the world. Representatives of this generation may be interested in wines from distant countries, for example, Australian wine Two Left Fit . After tasting it, you involuntarily want to say “Wow!”.

Millennials who have visited the Golden State will rejoice at the bright Sauvignon Blanc from sunny California. In addition, the non-wine equipment of the winery itself will be of interest. Vente is recognized as one of the best tourist and recreational facilities in the state. On its territory there is a golf club and a great restaurant.

Also recommended: Bai Farr Sangreal Pinot Noir.

Two Left Fit, Vente Sauvignon Blanc, Sangreal By Farr

Generation X
Born 1965 to 1980

Generation X believes in career advancement and is willing to save and save. Such people will like solid and proven wines. Barolo Albe from the Vaira winery is an example of a classic, solid Barolo. It has everything you expect - a spicy and complex bouquet with notes of dried strawberries, dried flowers, tar and old leather. Decent wine, which is not ashamed to be opened for selective guests.

Other wine - luxurious champagne from the house Jackson . Champagne in itself speaks of breed and status, and this brut has a deep character. This was facilitated by vinification in oak containers, and a long aging on yeast lees - 36 months. In addition, champagne received high marks from experts.

We also recommend: Billaud-Simon Chablis premier cru Le Vayon.

Barolo Albe, Billaud-Simon Chablis premier cru Le Vayon, Champagne Jaxon

Baby boomers
Born from 1946 to 1964

Those born at this time grew up with faith in a happy future. At the same time, they are not devoid of values ​​inherent in Soviet ideology and collectivism.

Representatives of this generation will be delighted with wines created in their native land, for example, Merlot from Alma Valei. Wine will become an occasion for nostalgia for warm summer evenings in the Crimea, hiking, and unity with comrades.

Another wine that can provoke pleasant memories is the good old Kindzmarauli . With its sweet taste, classic Georgian wine will remind you of numerous feasts and toasts to the bright future of the Fatherland.

We also recommend: any port from Churchill's.

Kindzmarauli Winemaker Reserve, Merlot Alma Valley, Churchill's Port Wine Reserve

Silent Generation
Born 1928 to 1945

People of this generation follow traditional values, respect work, and are themselves loyal workers.

This generation will love wines from traditional wine regions – these regions have a lot of history behind them. And thanks to the centuries-old work of winegrowers and winemakers, wines have gained worldwide recognition.

Wines from French Bordeaux and Italian Chianti inspire confidence in their quality. Wine Chateau Lebosc cru bourgeois will delight you with its classic taste and aroma.

The wine will also successfully cope with the task Castello di Cuerceto Chianti classico . The winery has been making wine since the 19th century on an estate shrouded in legends with a long and rich history behind it. The wine itself will please with ripe berry flavor and elegant tannins.

We also recommend: Leduc-Frouin rose d'Anjou La Senori.

Château Lebosque cru bourgeois, Chianti classico Castello di Cuerceto, Leduc-Frouin rose d'Anjou

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The best songs about wine and alcohol - listen to a selection of music

Perhaps, in the lyrics, after love and relationships, alcohol is the second most popular topic. Unfortunately, in them he appears more often as a source of problems than as their solution. The group "Bricks" chants: "vodka is bad!", Dead Kennedys sing: too drunk to fuck, and Nadezhda Kadysheva pulls - "I'm drunk, I'm drunk, I won't get home."

Rarely in any song is alcohol glorified, except perhaps in some funny drinking verses. Nevertheless, it is with alcohol that people are saved from longing. An example is the increase in alcohol sales during the coronavirus epidemic: everyone needs to drink and relax.

We understand this desire, so we have put together a special playlist for such home gatherings. In each song of this compilation, the theme of alcohol is not the last. Here are collected tracks of most popular musical styles, so anyone will like one or two songs from here. Spend time in self-isolation without sadness, but do not forget about healthy consumption. Take alcohol and songs about it in doses!

UB40 – Red Red Wine

Despite the fact that this song is considered the hallmark of the UB40 group, and it was in their performance that it hit the top of the Billboard Hot 100, this is a remake. In the original, it is sung by 60s pop star Neil Diamond, and this is not reggae. Nevertheless, the accentuated weak beat and signature, positive Jamaican touch in the sound of these guys revived Red Red Wine and made the track a favorite among many red wine fans.

This song says that it is red wine that can save the lyrical hero from painful thoughts about his ex-girlfriend. One of the main lines is Red red wine, you make me feel so grand, I feel a million dollar when you're just in my hand in the hand". There is no reason not to open red!

Yolka - Provence

Thank you very much to the national stage for the Yolka. Perhaps, her music is rare in our time pop with a human face, which combines beautiful music and vocals.

However, the logic in the song is a bit tight. The text of "Provence" sommeliers can parse into memes. "I sat down somewhere in Paris, and there a little more and - Provence." In the sense of "a little", Yolka? If you have already landed in Paris, then you either have to drive for 8 hours or wait for a connecting flight!

In addition, Yolka sings about red wine "from the local cellars of large chateaus", but this description looks more like Bordeaux, and not Provence, where pink is much more fashionable. Nevertheless, the song is very cheerful and provocative, so let him sing at least about a sauvignon from Kamchatka, goodbye!

Amy Winehouse – Rehab

Meet the legendary drinking and singing Amy Winehouse. Of course, we have fun here, but do not forget that alcohol in prohibited doses is a poison.

This is not just Amy's hit song, but also a kind of hymn to her difficult life. The singer died at the age of 27 from an overdose ... of vodka. The essence of the song is that she is not going to undergo rehabilitation from alcohol and drug addiction.

Amy was a real rock and roll hero and a unique, extraordinary personality. Winehouse's voice in this song has been compared by critics to Ella Fitzgerald's. This 2006 recording was one of the last highlights in the history of classic soul and blues. Since the 2010s, it has become fashionable to play popular music with different rules.

Black Flag - Six Pack

Hardcore legend, California punk band Black Flag plays one of their most famous hits. This is a song about a case of beer, but not only about it.

The fact is that six pack in American English is not only six cans of alcohol bound with plastic, but also "cubes" on the abdominal muscles. Black Flag were one of the pioneers of the Straight Edge movement, bringing together evil youth without bad habits.

The Straittagers went to the gym and then fought at punk concerts. One of the members of Black Flag was the famous stand-up comedian, film actor, musician and businessman Henry Rollins. This song, as it were, promotes a healthy lifestyle, but at the same time it glorifies the cold and foamy. How do you like such an explosive mixture of meanings?

Beyoncé – Drunk in Love

Beyoncé and Jay Z recorded this song in 2013. In the opening verses, Beyoncé describes a hot party where the characters drank a lot and then drove home to make love. The plot is rather hackneyed, but described with the attention to detail characteristic of the kings of modern rap: Armand de Brignac, gangster wife Louis sheets, he sweat it out, like washrags like a bath towel."

The couple not only show off luxury, but also product-place signature champagne from Armand de Brignac, which is owned by Jay Z. He bought this champagne house for himself after Louis Roederer publicly banned the rapper in his videos from pouring liters of Cristal on naked girls, thus dishonoring the name of the grand cuvée. In short, that family!

Aquarium - Railroad water

Dear BG has a lot of songs about alcohol, offhand three come to mind at once: “Don’t drink wine, Gertrude”, “While they bring sake” and their common song with Mike Naumenko “Forward, Bodhisattva ”, where each couplet mentions a drink: wine, cognac, vodka. However, it is "Railway Water" from Aquarium's "Blue Album" that resonates most with the current mood.

This is a philosophical parable about how the past always seems more fun than the present. In one of the lines, Grebenshchikov sings: "I drink my wine and I eat my cheese, I'm going downhill, I don't know whether it's up or down." It seems to be about us.

Pantera – Goddamn Electric

A song for real men with long hair. If any of the readers are familiar with the phenomenon in music called groove metal, he will be very pleased to turn on this song and listen to the signature rhythms of the Pantera band.

For everyone else, I'll note: here they sing (yell) that alcohol and rock are cool. It's impossible to say whether in jest or in earnest, but the band's vocalist Phil Anselmo in the lyrics of this song very convincingly (probably partly because it's loud) explains why it's worth drinking and listening to the good old Black Sabbath.

Tom Waits – Bad Liver And A Broken Heart

A song from the main drunken philosopher of the US music scene. Waits rarely writes songs without mentioning the bottle or the intoxication. Under 19In the 80s, he drank so much that he could hardly walk. But his concerts turned out to be chic, because his manner of performance resembles the crying of a wino, which, in fact, happened during the show.

Now Waits does not drink, acts in films and writes more rhythmic, rocker hits, but his appearance and voice are forever associated with the image of the canonical wino. Here he sings: Well I got a bad liver and broken heart, yeah, I drunk me a river since you tore me apart

Queens of The Stone Age – Walkin' On The Sidewalks

The most famous line from this song is I wish we could get away, drink wine and screw doing so". Judging by the comments under this video, the fans of Josh Omma, who sings in this group, have butterflies in their stomachs from such words.

Josh himself, in an interview in the late 90s, said that he wrote this song after he had a dream in which people fly in space, gradually moving away from each other and turning into stars. Yes Yes exactly. Be that as it may, the power, rhythm and pressure of this track really incite you to open a can of ice-cold beer with a crunch.

Procol Harum – The Whiter Shade of Pale

An anthem for all the hippies, a monumental piece based on a melody from Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3. Immediately after the release of the record, this song hit the first place in the UK Singles Chart and stayed there for 4 weeks. The song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998.

The meaning of the words of this imperishable hit, like everything connected with the culture of the psychedelic 60s, is slightly reminiscent of a hallucination. Written by Keith Reed. He once told Uncut magazine that the essence of the song is that the guy and the girl got very drunk, and he leaves her. The end of the chorus, which is also the name of the song - The Whiter Shade of Pale, means "Whiter than pale." We are talking about the complexion of the girl-heroine of this song: That her face, at first just ghostly, "her ghostly face. "

In short, whatever that means, I would like to remind you once again that alcohol in large doses is dangerous to health. And the music here is amazing!

Aljay & Feduk - Rose wine

The clip from two of the hottest rappers starts with the fact that they simply sit in an apartment and drink wine. Then - the most expensive production, super infectious chorus, stunning half-naked girls, and everything that is supposed to be seen in such music videos.

There is a line in the text that is slightly offensive for modern times: “Everything that you have been saving for so long, you will have to spend today. ” Let's not blame the authors when they wrote this, they didn't know how things would turn out. For the line of the chorus "the magic of flowers with ice in our glasses" - a great respect.

AC/DC – Have a Drink on Me

We seem to have found the right track that really praises alcohol, intoxication and everything connected with it. This is probably the most alcoholic song in all of rock. Let's list all the types of alcohol that appear in it: whiskey, gin, brandy, bourbon, cheap wine, tequila.

Brian Johnson shouts in his signature squeaky voice: "Forget about tomorrow, let's pour it, throw some ice in your glass and don't be bored. " This song makes me want to open a bottle of Australian Shiraz. By the way, AC / DC has its own wine brand, each label of which is named after one of the hits of the rock band: Highway to Hell Cabernet Sauvignon, Thunderstruck Chardonnay and so on. It is a pity that they are not yet brought to Russia.

Dead Kennedys – Too Drunk to Fuck

Punk rock and psychobilly classic. The song is about how alcohol can interfere with sexual life. Wrote it at 1981 year old leader of the Jello Biafra group.

Text describes a crazy party that doesn't end well: Went to a party, I danced all night, I drank 16 beers, and I started up a fight was not averse to fighting. " It is terrible to imagine what will happen to a decent person after 16 servings of beer. This song is worth playing in the middle of a party to remind yourself that it's time to stop.

Grigory Leps – A glass of vodka on the table

And here is the hymn to the Russian feast. Grigory Leps bought this song from an artist named Evgeny Grigoriev (Zheka) for a few hundred bucks. Zheka came up with it in the late 1990s and played with his band at parties. Grigoriev offered Leps to buy the rights to the song for $500, but Leps bargained for up to $300 and recorded it in 2002. She entered the album "On the strings of rain ...".

As soon as the record went into rotation, it turned into a popular hit of our time. This melody is so deeply embedded in the souls of our people that it was played at the last All-Russian Summit of Winemakers in Massandra. By the way, this is a sad song about unrequited love, but no one seems to care.

Oasis - Cigarettes & Alcohol

Oh yeah! A blend of Britpop and a heavy boogie guitar riff reminiscent of Marc Bolan's sound. This song is a real time machine that takes us to the 2000s, which seem so far away and at the same time so close.


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