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RE: Dancing!

Post by keatonatron » Sun 11.05.2006 10:34 am

Whatever you do, don't eat the cookie.

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RE: Dancing!

Post by Dehitay » Sun 11.05.2006 11:37 am

har har, I'm familiar with the happy circle! Though people tend to use the happy circle for tons of things, not just dancing. Hmmmm, I wonder how much DDR helps. I know the people that play it at least have some coordination even if they don't know how to use it >=D.
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RE: Dancing!

Post by datdo » Sun 11.05.2006 1:02 pm

why does this thread have an innuendo floating around?...and not the good kind either.

I myself also can't dance that well. I only have that "one move also" but mine isn't the same as yours....this is mine but that isn't me in the video.
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RE: Dancing!

Post by kanadajin » Sun 11.05.2006 1:02 pm

Lol >=D theres like a DDR game at every movie theatre... I think I tired it once, it was pretty funny because the first time I tried I got almost perfect and my friend plays it like everyday but she still couldn't beat me.

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RE: Dancing!

Post by Mike Cash » Sun 11.05.2006 6:10 pm

datdo wrote:
why does this thread have an innuendo floating around?...and not the good kind either.
In my case it's because I have no idea what a "happy circle" is and suspect it was invented after I grew up and left the country. Hence the only thing that comes to mind when hearing of a bunch of guys standing around in a happy circle is the kind with a pivot man.

Please keep in mind that at times the Generation Gap does rear its ugly head here.

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RE: Dancing!

Post by chikara » Sun 11.05.2006 6:25 pm

keatonatron wrote:
Whatever you do, don't eat the cookie.
:o

Cookies and cream ;)
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RE: Dancing!

Post by datdo » Sun 11.05.2006 6:33 pm

I thought it was called sugar cookie...

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RE: Dancing!

Post by kanadajin » Sun 11.05.2006 10:17 pm

eww I hate sugar cookies...

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RE: Dancing!

Post by tanuki » Sun 11.05.2006 10:32 pm

keatonatron wrote:
Whatever you do, don't eat the cookie.
I just realized two things:
1. I've been surfing on the wrong parts of the internet for too long, but
2. I'm hardly alone.
chikara wrote:
Cookies and cream
That used to be my favorite ice-cream flavor. It was until today. :|

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Anyway, back on topic, last time I danced on public was when I was...hm...6 years old, and it was not hip-hop hehe. I'm not much of a dancer, you see.
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I know one of my friends said he actually learned from the internet, from videos and stuff.
For real? Does he dance well?
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RE: Dancing!

Post by kanadajin » Sun 11.05.2006 10:37 pm

For real? Does he dance well?
damn right he does... Probably one of the best in school oO

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RE: Dancing!

Post by Mike Cash » Sun 11.05.2006 11:46 pm

keatonatron wrote:
Whatever you do, don't eat the cookie.
Oh my goodness. Google isn't my friend after all.

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RE: Dancing!

Post by keatonatron » Mon 11.06.2006 12:09 am

tanuki wrote:
I just realized two things:
1. I've been surfing on the wrong parts of the internet for too long, but
2. I'm hardly alone.
1. I didn't hear about it on the internet.
2. Yes, yes you are.

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RE: Dancing!

Post by chikara » Mon 11.06.2006 12:12 am

I heard about it long before I'd even heard of the internet B)
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RE: Dancing!

Post by kanadajin » Tue 11.07.2006 11:01 pm

and, im still lost :)

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RE: Dancing!

Post by ACPalomino » Wed 11.08.2006 12:47 am

I try not to dance. I end up getting the wrong kind of attention from guys when I do. But you have to 'feel' the music, let the music tell you what to do. Now that I've made you all think I'm a metaphysical-hippy-dork I'll just go dance by myself. ;)

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