The origins of the pelvic thrust are unknown, but historians have found ancient evidence of such a dance in Mayan texts from approximently 2 A.D. The one shown as below says:


'As I won my game of ball, I felt happy. This made me stretch out my pelvis to
an extent as which I found myself in a feeling of great success and victory."

Evidence of this ancient mystery has also been found in Egyptian tablature and a newspaper from 1889 Conneticut. It states:

"The Pelvic Thrust:

New dance craze or just lost move?"

In 2009, archeologists have found more evidence, now in a book of school poems from 1901 stating

"P is for pelvic thrust."

To this day, though we have no idea how it came to be.