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Napoleon Dynamite dance mat

Added on Tuesday 20 December 2005, 06:41 (GMT)

Do you want to be able to dance to Canned Heat like in the movie Napoleon Dynamite?  If so, then check out 80sTees.com where they are selling a "Napoleon Dynamite Flippin Sweet Dance Mat".  It is described as follows...

This Napoleon Dynamite dance mat teaches you to have the same "Flippin' Sweet" moves that were able to help Pedro win the election and Napoleon win over the hearts of the entire student body. This comes with the same CD, featuring Jamiroquai, that Napoleon was dancing to. The mat has foot prints that you can follow to learn 5 of Napoleon's dance steps. This mat will give you dancing skills.

The dance mat and CD is available from 80sTees.com. 

Credit: Steve Eisenhour

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cool! :))

Hilarious! LOL

I am going to have to get me one of those!

has somebody notice that napoleon dynamite dance like jayin that movie? I mean he does the same kind of moves jay does but obviously jay does better :)

Do you want to be able to dance to Canned Heat like in the movie Napoleon Dynamite?

not really...something about this mat screams 'ugh'!

agreed deesha, however, if my assumptions are correct, american people will by the heck out of this mat.(i assume this is the case becuase all of my buddies who hang out with me and i play a JAM cd, they're like "hey thats the napolean dynomite band") now yoru asking, "why do i care?". check out the cd. Says Jamiroquai. FINALLY it wont be the napolean dynomite band. Maybe (as sad as it is) this will bring Jamiroquai to wherr they should have been since '93. cross your fingers cross your toes and cross your eyes



great googily moogily

LOL !!!!!!!!!!!

It sounds a bit like Hopscotch like you used to play in the school playground !! :)))))))


"Roman foot soldiers ran the course in full armor and field packs, and it was thought that Hopscotch would improve their foot work. Roman children imitated the soldiers by drawing their own boards, and creating a scoring system, and "Hopscotch" spread through Europe. In France the game is called "Marelles", in Germany, "Templehupfen" (try saying that three times fast!) "Hinklebaan" in the Netherlands (probably played with Heineken beer cans) "Ekaria Dukaria" (played while while watching Daria) in India, "Pico" in Vietnam, and "Rayuela in Argentina"...

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