I love Snake’s expression in the 2. panel.
But your awesomeness makes up for your lack of legs.
Some snakes used by snake charmers can do a kind of a dance. The movement of a sidewinder could be considered to be a dance of sorts.
You can teach a snake to dance once you get the shoes on him.
I thought that snake’s were the inventors of the “Twist”. It was all the rage in the early 60s.
With his luck, all his dancing would attract is a mongoose.
How about the electric slide?
You’re a sneaky snake.
A follow-up to Wednesday’s BC…https://www.gocomics.com/bc/2023/03/22
Snake could also stand to lose a few pounds, but he can’t do jumping jacks
I guess jogging is out of the question but, I’m certain there could be some sort of ab-enhancement exercise.
“A Narrow Fellow in The Grass.”
But your casual Boa Constrictor move during a movie date is legendary.
Alcohol really improves mine….. Or so I was led to believe. Dear Alcohol: We had a deal where you would make me funnier, smarter, a better dancer and more appealing to women. I saw last night’s video. We need to talk.
Awww! You could slither to and fro and dance to the music of the flute…when it’s invented of course!
Now that I think about it, snakes do a kind of dance. Do a little dance, Slither to the right slither to left, make a little love, get down tonight.
How about your squiggle walk?
Where’s Jane! We have a snake for you. Yip yip yip yip yip
Snakes can really wiggle their bodies, and their version of the slide is mesmerizing!
No arms or legs. A snake is such a lowlife.
“What do snakes do to attract potential mates? They offer them an apteryx to snack on.” :P
Easy peasy, just slither into a big pile of other inbreds.
So the bird’s got shake. The snake’s got rattle. An armadillo’s got roll. Together they’d have shake, rattle and roll: modern dancing basics!
I saw Gene Kelly dance with a cartoon snake in one movie.