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Realm of Memories: Top 5 dabs in The Legend of Zelda

Dabbing, sometimes referred to as “the dab,” is a simple yet effective gesture. In order for one to “hit that dab,” the performer must drop his or her head into the bent crook of a slanted, upwardly angled arm while simultaneously raising the opposite arm out straight in a parallel direction. Of course, you probably already know this, as the phenomenon has revolutionized our culture since achieving mainstream popularity in 2015.

Dabbing, sometimes referred to as “the dab,” is a simple yet effective gesture. In order for one to “hit that dab,” the performer must drop his or her head into the bent crook of a slanted, upwardly angled arm while simultaneously raising the opposite arm out straight in a parallel direction. Of course, you probably already know this, as the phenomenon has revolutionized our culture since achieving mainstream popularity in 2015.