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Dancing Mom Embarrasses Son at Baseball Game

This Mom Embarrassing Her Son at a Baseball Game Is Basically Why We Have Kids in the First Place

Having teenagers typically comes with a whole lot of moodiness, eye-rolls, and silent treatments; however, there is a silver lining to having kids in this age group: they're embarrassed by nearly everything their parents do. In a now-viral video, one mom capitalized on an opportunity to break it down to Flo Rida's 2008 hit song "Low" at a San Diego Padres game on July 30 — and her teenage son was absolutely mortified.

At first, her teen buried his face in his shirt to hide his identity, which obviously only caused the cameras to zoom in on the family for even longer. Once he realized his dad had joined in on the action — and that he was effectively sandwiched between two of the greatest dancers of our time — he retreated to a classic disapproving arms-crossed pose that every parent of teenagers knows all too well.

But seriously, who can help themselves from cutting a rug when that song starts blaring? It's catchy as hell. Kudos to this mom for not giving a hoot.

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