meaning of Belgian Folk Dancers

Belgian Folk Dancers meaning in Urban Dictionary

probably the most fun, awesomest men and women you may ever before satisfy, particularly the juniors. Often wear outfits appear like pirate costumes but they are actually seventeenth century peasant clothes. Known for doing dances that have Flemish brands and end in -Kermis. In many cases are seen exercising random actions like polkas and waltzes, and humming catchy people songs. Cross gown because no boys would you like to dancing. Are spotted at regional people festivals moving. Full of Belgian swag.