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13 Ways to High-Five: Which One Should Congress Make Missouri's Official Greeting?

Categories: Politics

A Punch in the Face

This is the most painful option, but we can't stop watching this guy's jaw.

The Over-Under

If it's good enough for Snoop and John Kerry, it's good enough for us.

The Stonecutters' Secret Handshake

It just looks like fun.

The Finger Dance

Monta Ellis shows some complicated choreography in this handshake.

The Dap

Just keep slapping until one of you stops.

Follow Lindsay Toler on Twitter at @StLouisLindsay. E-mail the author at Lindsay.Toler@RiverfrontTimes.com.



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8 comments
coachE44
coachE44

@Playworks @amphlett yessssss that would be priceless! high-fiving, the next best thing playworks is ready, are you? lol

bree_z_636
bree_z_636

Why doesn't he do the people's real work instead of this nonsense

Tyrone
Tyrone

The unsuspecting "knock out" high-five to the back of the skull is very popular in the Urban Missouri environs. 

arstk8
arstk8

The Missouri legislature is not called the Missouri congress and its members are not called congressmen. It is called the General Assembly. Members of the state house are simply called Representative and members of the state senate are called senators.

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