Para Para<3

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Para Para<3

Post by UtsusuAssassin » Wed 07.11.2007 2:19 pm

So who here knows what para para DANCE is? ^^



hope that's noticeable for you...
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RE: Para Para<3

Post by AJBryant » Wed 07.11.2007 3:30 pm

Pattering, large drops, etc.

Since you aren't providing any contex (do a search on "context" for my usual rant on people asking for isolated terms without context) or even a full sentence, it's impossible to be any clearer.

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RE: Para Para<3

Post by SirFirestorm » Wed 07.11.2007 4:10 pm

the dance?

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RE: Para Para<3

Post by tanuki » Wed 07.11.2007 9:21 pm

What's the friggin' point of this thread? If you want to start a discussion about the dance (which is what I'm guessing your objective is), you should ask something like "Do you like the para para dance?". Simple as that.
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RE: Para Para<3

Post by UtsusuAssassin » Wed 07.11.2007 9:25 pm

Wow....sorry O_O I'll be more specific. jeez. Yes SirFirestorm, the dance. Thank you for asking.
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RE: Para Para<3

Post by AJBryant » Wed 07.11.2007 9:44 pm

There's a "Para-para Dance"???

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RE: Para Para<3

Post by tanuki » Wed 07.11.2007 9:46 pm

僕の下手な日本語を直してください。

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RE: Para Para<3

Post by SirFirestorm » Wed 07.11.2007 9:58 pm

http://youtube.com/watch?v=YJ0mM9ytx0E
http://youtube.com/watch?v=rFkUyLedQRI

I dont suppose it's popular for the dancing part though.
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RE: Para Para<3

Post by ss » Wed 07.11.2007 10:10 pm

There's a "Para-para Dance"???


Samurai can Papa Papa Dance ?

:p
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RE: Para Para<3

Post by Hatori » Wed 07.11.2007 11:17 pm

This was funny. Once I went to this Obon Festival with my cousins and one of their best friends who was Japanese and I asked her about para para dance and she was saying it was for people with bad names who have no lives. LOL :o
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RE: Para Para<3

Post by SirFirestorm » Wed 07.11.2007 11:59 pm

or harajuku girls?

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RE: Para Para<3

Post by Hatori » Thu 07.12.2007 12:12 am

SirFirestorm wrote:
or harajuku girls?

LOL. That may be a possibility.
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RE: Para Para<3

Post by chikara » Thu 07.12.2007 12:33 am

tanuki wrote:
Uh-huh.

.... and everyone does the same moves at once, much like line dancing ...

:o :o
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RE: Para Para<3

Post by SirFirestorm » Thu 07.12.2007 12:56 am

It is something close to like the electric slide or macarena in the US where everyone does the same dance moves en mass.

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RE: Para Para<3

Post by AJBryant » Thu 07.12.2007 10:45 am

That was.... interesting.

I have to take a cold shower.


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