Skip to comments.‘Wuhan Shake’ Greeting Goes Viral Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
Posted on 03/02/2020 1:53:51 PM PST by nickcarraway
Chinese people afraid to shake hands amid the coronavirus outbreak are kicking around a new foot-to-foot greeting known as the Wuhan Shake.
In a clip on Twitter, a group of men wearing face masks can be seen saying hello to each other by quickly tapping their feet together.
People in China found another way to greet since they cant shake hands, wrote one user alongside a video of the Wuhan Shake.
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It’ll become the new dance craze...
Including the part where they do a face plant on the floor.
It was a graveyard smash.
Kid N Play would be proud.
Larry Craig was just ahead of his time.
Sounds mucho gay-oh
You know what I mean, Vern?
So they start with the right foot. Is it the other foot in Australia?
That’s amusing, but people with balance issues may have a hard time standing on only one foot.
I can see people being inadvertently tripped by the other person. “Oops! I fall down, but don’t touch me.”
Its athlete’s foot contagious?
Whatever happened to the good old fashioned BOW?
I’m a man. I shake hands with a firm grip. I don’t fist bump or foot shake.
I hear now retired nobama (aka The Greatest Fraud Ever) is now on a fixed income. In order to earn a little extra income, he is giving private lessons on how to bow (in light of his 8-years experience of doing so).
Whatever happened to the good old fashioned BOW?.....Nowadays, the queers will attack you, split your pants and if you complain the cops will throw you in jail, the lawyers will sue you and the media will excoriate you.
I got the feeling that these young men were just trying to create some humor out of a lousy situation.
Sounds like a great future menu item for McDonalds
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