Video: Impromptu subway dance party in Toronto

It’s not entirely clear to me what these are. Whether they’re flash mobs, or just a few individuals getting up and dancing (rather than the entire car). It’s almost more interesting to watch it not as a flash mob – to see just a few people dancing, and watching the rest of the people in the subway car trying to figure out what’s going on. More on these various flash mob type things here.

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