Brazil, home to the world's most celebrated butts, has invented a new dance move. It's called the Surra de Bunda ("ass licking") and it involves hooking your feet over a man's shoulders and sledgehammer slamming your butt into his face.
Surra de Bunda-ing begins about 30 seconds in. Video is NSF most workplaces. Dance move is NSF bar mitzvahs.
Without the aid of a Portuguese speaker or native Surra de Bundan, my best understanding of the Surra de Bunda is thus: It was either invented or popularized by Pussycat Dolls-esque singer/stripper/waitresses called Tequileiras. The job of a Tequileira is to wear sexy clothes while dancing, singing, and pouring tequila into people's mouths at nightclubs and other testosterone-driven hotbeds of oversexed ribaldry. Tequileiras' favorite song is "As Tequileiras do Funk (Surra de Bunda)," a jaunty tune to which they perform the "hot rhythm of the dance."
There are dozens of videos of Surra de Bundas on YouTube. Buzzfeed recently compiled a selection of them. Nobody there seems to understand what the heck this phenomenon is, either. Is this a dance move or a sex act that we are witnessing? It appears to have migrated to non-hetero, less-bootylicious groups as well:
If you know more, understand Portuguese, or have witnessed a real, live Surra de Bunda-ing, please make yourself known in the comments. We must unlock the secrets of this mysterious, raunchy dance craze. One butt-to-face slam at a time. [Buzzfeed, Slog via John Thompson in: Are You There God? It's Me, Danzig]