First of all, in case you don’t know, Dab is a dance/picture pose/fad combo. It is a dance in which the dancer simultaneously drops the head while raising an arm and the elbow in a gesture that has been noted to resemble sneezing. The dance is pretty simple; one leans in to their elbow like they’re sneezing. (Wikipedia). Now that you know what Dab is, I’ll tell you all about the school of Dab.
I took a ton of pictures for the “Dab master supreme” project. Which I’m glad people found funny by the way. I don’t want the pictures to go to waste seeing as taking them actually required effort. So, I decided to develop my “Dab master supreme character” and showcase his phenomenal “Dab skills”. Dab master supreme is a character who’s is supposed to be a freakishly good “Dabber”. Understand that this all is make believe. Dab master supreme is just some dude in a hoodie doing some ridiculous and funny poses. I guess one of the reasons it’s so hilarious is the fact that “Dabbing” isn’t that big a deal. You just do it. I want to explore the ridiculousness and see how far I can take the “Dab master supreme” concept. So, in the School of Dab, Dab master supreme is going to be showing off some of his great Dab techniques, giving tips on how to properly execute them. Let’s meet Dab master supreme
Dab master supreme, born John Dexter Suchar. Born in the year 1981 to Mr and Mrs Suchar. Dexter believes he is the best “Dabber” in the whole world. He’s been Dabbing his entire life, having gathered knowledge from various masters. He learned the art of balance and energy control from the monks at the shaolin temple. He personally met “silento” and convinced him to teach him how to “whip“. He studied under other great teachers whose names I mention. But I will tell you this. They taught him very well. Suchar’s groundbreaking and unique Dabbing skills are inspired by deep meditation and careful observation of nature. He founded the school of Dab in 2016 and now teaches all who are willing to learn the art and science of the Dab.
Hope you enjoy enrolling in the school of Dab as much as I enjoy creating it. Welcome to the school of Dab!