You should be dancing, yeah

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hyperconjugated
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You should be dancing, yeah

Post by hyperconjugated » Fri 06.02.2006 6:32 pm

What you doin' on your back aah
What you doin'on your back aah?
You should be dancing, yeah
Dancing, yeah

I can do that. I just don't want to.

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RE: You should be dancing, yeah

Post by Infidel » Sat 06.03.2006 8:36 am

I love video games that keep the players thin :)

That kid rocks :)
なるほど。
さっぱりわからん。

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RE: You should be dancing, yeah

Post by Ongakuka » Sat 06.03.2006 10:28 am

I swear to you that is a robot! There is no other explanation for it!!:o
なぜなら、おまえは・・・・・・人形だ

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Post by Ebuka Valentine Nrialike » Sat 06.03.2006 10:45 am

Ongakuka wrote:
I swear to you that is a robot! There is no other explanation for it!!:o

lol

anyways the boy quite good at it B)

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RE: You should be dancing, yeah

Post by MFoogle » Sat 06.03.2006 2:32 pm

for a five year old, that is very good

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RE: You should be dancing, yeah

Post by bombush » Sat 06.03.2006 2:45 pm

No kidding...

It's highly sophisticated piece of modern art! So skillful that our tiny chicken brains have no chance to comprehend it without 50 years of deep studying all day long.

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RE: You should be dancing, yeah

Post by Strawberry_Juice » Sat 06.03.2006 4:51 pm

Aww.

It's not that hard of a song, but the fact that he's five and has such little legs makes it great.

Is it sad that I was following around with the steps as I watched? :p

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RE: You should be dancing, yeah

Post by bombush » Sat 06.03.2006 5:05 pm

Not at all. Sad is that I realized that he's almost better than me...:D

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RE: You should be dancing, yeah

Post by prep_girl_Nessa » Sat 06.03.2006 5:20 pm

Wow, it's not a hard song for older people, but because his legs we so small he was jumping around even when there were no jumps. It's really cute.

Ah, so the japanese learn DDR when they are young! That's why they totally kick American butt at it lol.

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Post by kotori » Sat 06.03.2006 6:59 pm

Well, if that one's not too hard, maybe some of these other ones on 'heavy' are more amazing? Same kid.

http://tzwada.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/60ryotas_move/index.html

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RE: You should be dancing, yeah

Post by Txkun » Sat 06.03.2006 7:30 pm

Aahah... so kawai~~i... :)
Father says sugoi, but what does the kid say to his mother? [something] mite?
I don't know for me what's more difficult... dance like that or understand what he is saying! ;)

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RE: You should be dancing, yeah

Post by ashitaka » Sat 06.03.2006 11:16 pm

WOW!!!!! :o
i think ill get DDR out from the bottom of my closet now.
ryoto isnt even in his best in that one. He got on TV for doing that.
look at number 9 and 7.........FAST

Wow in the 300's on perfect :o

i can only manage 127 perfects.......


aaarrrrrggggghhhhhhh now im going to start playing DDR again.
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RE: You should be dancing, yeah

Post by hamsterfreak4evr » Sun 06.04.2006 12:05 am

i agree, an easy song for older people, but for 5 years old- amazing!

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