I spent an embarrassing amount of time attempting to find the video for this post, but could only find it on one site and it wouldn't let me import it. Click here for Dr. Poole and Connie. It's worth it. Then come back:D
Connie thinks his zipper is down, but the problem is the ing word at the end of his sentence.
So what is a participle, you ask? (now that we've established it's not anything on or inside Connie's pants)
When you add ing to a verb and use that word as an adjective (describes a noun), it's called a participle.
A dangling participle describes something that isn't in the sentence. In Connie's case he's missing the word wedding.
Have you seen Oscar? Do you love Mr. Poole and Sylvester Stallone as a gangster as much as I do? Do you find yourself dangling participles?
If I got anything wrong, feel free to correct me in the comments. Can you guess what part of grammar I'll focus on tomorrow? Are you doing the A to Z challenge? Let me know and I'll come check it out.