Posted by: Gregoryno6 | April 18, 2021

If there was ever a story that belonged in The WTF File, this is it.

The Royal Australian Navy recently commissioned a new vessel, and a dance troupe was brought in to deliver a touch of colour and movement to the proceedings.

Navy. So, the dance looked a little something like this?

Not quite. The 101 Doll Squadron

have a more, well, contemporary style.

Sufficient WTF there. But then Australia’s Bulldusting Crackheads took it that one step further.

We are very disappointed at the ABC’s deceptive editing of their video piece which cut to guests and dignitaries who were not in attendance and shooting from angles which could not be seen by the audience.

Technical problems, no doubt, but In a statement, the ABC apologised and said it had updated its footage to reflect the fact that the governor general and chief of navy were not in attendance for the dance routine.

Still, I’d like to know who WAS there to witness the 101 Doll Squadron’s performance. I mean, don’t we have a few perfectly choreographed military lads of our own?


Responses

  1. Christina Aguilera’s best work, in my opinion. At the top of her form, she was really a sensational singer and dancer.

    About the twerking. Although I am second to none in my admiration of feminine pulchritude, I have never been a fan of twerking, probably because of its early association with the revolting Miley Cyrus.

    • I’ve no doubt that our sailing lads (and a few of the lasses too) enjoy watching a twerkout, but maybe a nightclub would be a more appropriate venue for those ladies.


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