has anyone ever heard of a style called tweaking? it happens at all types of concerts (i.e. emo, punk, metal, ska) and consist of the participants basically tweaking. they spaz out and end up just moving their entire bodies in jerking motions. the really good tweakers can headbang while beating their bodies to no return. I've been told that it resembles Jon Davis' movements (from the band Korn), but i don't listen to/watch Korn, so i've never seen Jon Davis move. i've tried it, and as a matter of fact started it at some local shows. it basically consist of: 1. the band starts playing and you start bouncing on the balls of your feet to either the bass or the drums 2. groups start to form for people dancing to the bass, the lead guitar, drums (which kinda merges with bass), and sometimes vocals, though it's rare to be able to dance to vocals. 3. all the tweakers do their thing in their group, and kind of merge together during a chorus, or an awesome solo and hold a mosh/tweak pit. 4. after solos/choruses the tweakers all go back to their groups and repeat the cycle. it's really odd, but really fun. most of the kids look like someone has a bunch of strings hooked to them and they're just shaking their bodies in random movements. both guys and girls do this, though i've seen more guys than girls. anyone else seen it? i'm looking for clips of it online, or a description, but no one else has seen it/heard of it.