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Top Ten Awkward Electric Daisy Carnival Dance Move GIFs

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Chris Victorio
By Christopher Victorio and Ben Westhoff

See also: Coverage of EDC 2011

We love you, Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas. In fact, here are five reasons why you rule the roost. But my oh my, you dance funky. We're not saying we're any better; truth is, we're utterly captivated by you and your awkward ways. Were God to create a third left foot, we know you would utilize it.

Here, then, are the top ten awkward EDC Las Vegas dance move GIFs.

10. Fanny Packin' Heat

If this girl looks a little tentative it's because she's worried she doesn't have enough bracelets on. Unfortunately for you haters, she's got three dozen more in her fanny pack!

9. Bouncing Around the Room

If this lady could keep from ripping all of her shirts, she's marriage material.

8. Rave Warrior

What with his camo pants and forearm armor, we could see this guy slowly creeping through the jungle. But instead of seeking out the enemy he's looking for some groovy monkeys to chillax with.

7. One For All and All For One

These guys decided to straight party like it was nineteen-ninety-bro. Swag!

6. 2 Fierce 2 Fabulous

This guy proves it's not about skills or moves or being limber or being hot or even really being that awake. It's about a mustache and a bulge.

5. One-Man Mosh Pit

When you're a one-man whirling dervish of raving badassness, walking becomes obsolete.

4. Straight Arrow

It's so easy to identify heterosexuals nowadays. They just give themselves away.

3. 24-Hour Party Fitness People

Somebody get this dude a nautilus machine before he loses his mind and flies away!

2. Rainbow Bright

Get up, everybody. Whoooo! This is amazing. EDC forever! What do you mean they haven't started the music yet?

1. Pool Noodler

Derek Jeter's little brother was given bad directions to the pool party.

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