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Ginuwine's "Pony": The Best Solo YouTube Dances

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In honor of Ginuwine being in town tonight with Lloyd at the Arena Theatre, Rocks Off compiled the best videos of people dancing, alone, to the R&B singer's 1996 hit "Pony." The filthy slow jam, with that naughty mid-90's beat and those lyrics... God. By "pony," he means his erect penis, FYI.

Anyhow, for some reason, well for all the right reasons, a YouTube phenomenon of people taping themselves dancing alone in their bedrooms or kitchens to the five-minute "Pony" has broken out the past few years. It's brutalizing, fun stuff.

Has Rocks Off filmed our own homemade "Pony" video? What do you think? (Yes.)

ORIGINAL
THOM YORKE
OFFICE
HULA HOOP
"KEIKO"
BRO DANCING

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