Splash Day Dance Party By Bryan Bui

Ever since I learned about “The Whip and Nae Nae,” I wanted to try out my moves at a decent dance party at Splash Day in my elementary school. Well, I got my wish. When the wooden double doors of the library were opened, my friends and I walked in anxiously. Instead of the usual chattering there were “Oohs” and “Aahs.”
In the middle of the darkened library was a wooden table as big as ten desks put together. It had big black speakers on the left and right, a silver remixer in the middle, a gunmetal grey Apple laptop on top of the remixer, a request sheet on a tall stool on the right side of the table, and some mini colorful disco balls in the front of the table. To my astonishment, instead of a teacher playing the music there was a tall, middle-aged, orange bearded DJ who wore black headphones.
Suddenly, the music started to play. It was so loud that my chest felt like someone was hitting it. The first song was “The Whip and Nae Nae!” My friends, teachers, and I were dancing happily. The following song was “What Does the Fox Say?” I hated that song since it had annoying noises, but I moved and grooved anyway. More awesome songs soon followed, like “Lean and Dab.” My instinct told me to start dancing in unison with my friends. All around, I could see everyone’s smiling faces. The whole room was filled with excitement, music, and movement until the end of the party. ( ͡° ʖ̯ ͡°)
The last time when I went to my elementary school’s dance party, things were different. Almost all of the songs were unrecognizable to me. There was a teacher playing music instead of a cool DJ. There were no remixers, request sheets, or disco balls. The party also didn’t have the same lively spirit as this party. However, my school has definitely done a good job in improving its dance party this year and could definitely put up a show. I have learned that my elementary school can host a very awesome, modern, and amazing dance party. I also hope that they will continue to keep their dance parties this way, so their students can enjoy the new and improved Splash Day dance party. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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