Sisbro Unveils Revolutionary New Dance MoveOn an otherwise normal Sunday afternoon, siblings Rob and Laura Sams of Sisbro Studios made a startling discovery while attending the third annual Dance Like an Albatross Competition. They discovered how to dance, on the inside.
“Internal dancing! This will certainly revolutionize the world of dance,” judge Earl Dustoyeski said.
Their revolutionary discovery took place in the middle of the dance floor during the freestyle round of the competition. From all outward appearances, the siblings were standing still. But on the inside, their internal organs were in a constant state of rhythmic motion.
“It was an exceptional display of acrobatic ability by Rob's gall bladder,” one stunned onlooker said. “An honorable mention should be given for the grace of Laura's spleen.”
“I didn't know what was happening,” Rob said. “It was like nothing I'd ever experienced before.”
“The rhythm just sort of got under our skin, like musical scabies,” Laura said.
“I know talent when I see it, even when I can't see it,” judge Dustoyeski said, “Sisbro certainly has talent; however, the rules of this competition clearly state that all dances must be externally visible.”
After receiving penalties in the freestyle round, Sisbro was awarded second place overall in the competition. First prize went to perennial winners, a pair of actual albatrosses.
“I don't care what the judges say,” Laura said. “Our mom always told us that it's what's on the inside that counts most.”