30% OFF Pride collection code: USAPRIDE! Free Shipping over $99

Construction Worker Cuts Loose with ‘Single Ladies’ Dance

by Benji Douglas March 08, 2016

We will have to hire this Brickie for some lunch time entertainment!!!

Posted by Next Gen Building Solutions on Thursday, March 5, 2015

Congratulations to Australia for producing this alluring video of a bricklayer dancing to “Single Ladies.” It feels like it’s been decades since the song came out, and we’ve seen every possible permutation of people doing the famous dance. And yet, just when you think there’s no possible new way to do “Single Ladies,” along comes a buff tanned construction worker in cute boots to surprise you.

Well done, Internet. You have pleased us for another day.

The video was shared, appropriately enough, by the dancer’s coworker to a Facebook group called “crap bricklaying.” As mortar work goes, the dance is indeed unsatisfactory. Not a single wall went up for the duration of the dance. And yet we’re willing to allow it.

Apparently the dance dates back to mid-February, but it’s only just caught on now. According to coworkers, Theppo practices a different dance for a week beforehand and then performs for his coworkers on Friday. Can we request the turkey dance from Promises, Promises?

Meanwhile, here he is doing “Billie Jean”:

And an alternate “Single Ladies”:

Benji Douglas
Benji Douglas


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.

Also in Think

Are you ready for a new fake reality show called “Gayborhood”?

by Editors February 21, 2017

From narcissistic drag queens to sex addicts and “fish out of water” Midwest gay folk, you're bound to identify with (and possibly be embarrassed for) someone in this oddball crew.

Continue Reading →

Death to Silence: Lessons from ACT UP to use against the Trump agenda

by Jeff Taylor February 20, 2017

Do not let this administration divide us. Let it unite us in resistance.

Continue Reading →

Final chance to vote: The 2017 Queerties Awards

by Dan Tracer February 20, 2017

Feb. 20 is your last day to vote in all 17 categories.

Continue Reading →