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cellular Macarena

n. the activity seen when a cell phone rings in public. Beethoven’s Fifth rang out and seven people started playing cellular Macarena.
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In celebration of Macarena Day, and the upcoming miniseries The '90s: The Last Great Decade?
Ramirez added that the Army commander in the region said that the bodies were guerrillas who died in combat but that people in La Macarena said that they were civic leaders, campesinos, and people who lived in the community and disappeared without a trace.
Did you see Julia teaching the Macarena to all those kids?
With the release of Quinceanera Macarena, Los Del Rio's debut album for IMC (International Music Content Records), Antonio Romero and Rafael Ruiz are hoping the fun will include dancing the "Macarena" all over again.
Macarena": The Macarena is the imbecile's dance/It gives the morons and idiots a chance,/To show the talents of which they have none/Except to show off and have some fun//It was invented by a featherhead,/Who got up and left his brains in bed.
We've even got a dance - it's almost La Macarena, but with the Ayatollah at the end
Somehow, almost every American alive knows how to Macarena.
The dynamics between Macarena Granada (Penelope Cruz) and Julian Torralba (Jorge Sanz) and their potential romantic partners, Germans Joseph Goebbels (Johannes Silberschneider) and Heinrich (Gotz Otto) and Russian Jew, Leo, (Karel Dobry), give rise to a political allegory about the relationship between Spain and Europe, Spanishness and Europeanization.
YOU'VE spent months saving for a holiday wardrobe, only to spill red wine down your white linen trousers, rip your favourite top during an over-enthusiastic version of the Macarena, or have a leaky bottle of sun lotion coat the contents of your suitcase.
While some Chinese kids tried their hand at the Macarena, a popular American dance, an American girl enjoyed the strange-looking food that her Chinese friend offered her.
While preservation of the nomadic culture and ethnography is an important emphasis, visitors to the camp may hear strains of Mongolian throat music followed by a rousing rendition of "If You're Happy and You Know It," or traditional folk dances followed by the Chicken Dance or Macarena.
I'm just a brown girl down here in the valley, trying to figure things out and make sense of them," Macarena Hernandez says.
Clubs with buzz in Miami: Bongo's Cuban Cafe, Mango's Tropical Cafe, and Macarena Tavern.
The organisation has also launched a new beef tomato variety called Macarena.
Hear the Global Greed Glee Club perform "My DNA" and dance to the macarena beat of "The Maquiladora.