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tight nuts [Feb. 6th, 2007|10:34 pm]
8 or so bees in my bonnet
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more on the dance train front,
i was thinking of those crazy but somehow totally genius north korean
stadium spectaculars
.
there's only one word for it,
tight...
...and nuts.
there's only two words for it tight and nuts.

it would be interesting to compare & contrast them with marching bands or pep squads i guess.

..oh, and a final thought...



'why is it that when two people walk together they often subconsciously start to walk in a synchronised manner. is this some natural instinct?

while it is purely unsubstantiated opinion, i do have an answer to why people tend to synchronise their steps.
observing a group of children walking in a park recently, supervised by two adults, i noted that the adults synchronised their steps and direction, while the children walked, ran and skipped apparently at random, running ahead, lagging behind, and deviating from the common course.
perhaps these children, unpolluted by society's emphasis on conformity, have not yet learned that it is unacceptable to march to your own drum

todd collins
wagga wagga, new south wales, austrailia'

- why don't penguins' feet freeze?

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[User Picture]From: roses_rejoice
2007-02-07 04:13 am (UTC)
it's the same way kidz use language, in their own way

adults may look controlled in public but i think in private there's a few who do their very own thing. they are probably doing it on the internet

that damn book excerpt did not answer the penguins feet question. no damn fair!!
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