Addition to Literary allusions
Just read "frug" mentioned in fiction:
Book: Playing for the Ashes Author: Elizabeth George
Here's the sentence:
- “Another Saturday evening when I could have crammed myself into something made of spandex and sequins to frug like a maniac—does anyone still do the frug, by the way? Did anyone ever do it?—and here I am, nose to the grindstone, teeth sinking into something the canteen is calling a croque-monsieur.”
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This is a really bad article, you know. It's so full of nonsense it should just be deleted. But if someone wanted to save it, "The frug was a popular dance in the mid-sixties. Steps are outlined below (with a chart). Common tunes suitable for frugging would be ... xxx, yyy, zzz." And that's it. Bob Fosse had nothing to do with the frug. Or the pony or the watusi or the egyptian or anything else. Not that I dislike Mr Fosse but c'mon.