This puts all those "Frozen" car singalong videos to shame.
Tina Cleveland, an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter, and her fiancé, Paul Sirimarco, have a highly entertaining road trip tradition. While most families resign themselves to playing "I Spy," "20 Questions," and, in moments of sheer desperation, "Slug Bug," Tina and Paul are having a blast "singing" along to songs in ASL.
A video of the couple signing along to "You're The One That I Want" was uploaded to YouTube Thursday and features them dancing along as the "Grease" soundtrack pipes into the background.
In a post on Facebook, Cleveland declared, "Our road trips are anything but normal."
"Being able to share music through sign language (and dance) is honestly what my little heart lives for," she added in another post. "Also, hearing people saying they want to learn ASL is sooooo awesome! Do it!!!"
WATCH the couple's sign-language dance party, above.