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its so cute!!!!!!! sorry animal lover loose......

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No. That is a real, breathing, pecking rooster my friend.

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Hellou_Librorum wrote:
No. That is a real, breathing, pecking rooster my friend.

Oh my lord.


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It's called a Chinese Silky Rooster.

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or, Mr. Featherdoodle

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Hellou_Librorum wrote:
It's called a Chinese Silky Rooster.

I want one!


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Hellou_Librorum, you are the living personification of Fabulousness. Those videos are SO NEEDED. Now, a personal comment. I think that that kind of dancing is so much nicer. I hate dancing to popular music because I can't keep a beat and I always feel like a floppy monkey. However, those kinds of dances where everything is organized and lovely, I am sure I could both do and enjoy it. I think that that is REAL dancing, not just gyrating maniacally and with no routine. Thank you so much for sharing them with us.

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I think that that kind of dancing is so much nicer. I hate dancing to popular music because I can't keep a beat and I always feel like a floppy monkey.
Ray


Me too! I'm terrible at dancing to say the least! :oops:

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Hellou_Librorum, you are the living personification of Fabulousness. Those videos are SO NEEDED.
Ray

Enchanting aren't they?

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Yes, they certainly are. I feel confidant that such dancing will come back as soon as this vulgar, mindlless cultural phase is over. This ugliness cannot last...

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Yes, they certainly are. I feel confidant that such dancing will come back as soon as this vulgar, mindlless cultural phase is over. This ugliness cannot last...

Thanks again,
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well i wouldent call it vulgar. grinding is disgusting and some dancing is wayyyy too provocative but whats left isnt vulgar,its fun and exhilerating.

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Yes, it certainly can be. Perhaps I was being too general in my statements while thinking only of a few types. Once again, it seems I spoke without thinking the subject through. No offense intended, of course. It seems I stand corrected...

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One good example of modern dance that I like is breakdancing. It seems like gymnastics and yoga in one. When I see people break dancing, it astounds me. The fluidity of the movements, versus the controlled movement of 18th century dance.

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Well it doesn't exhibit fluidity. But it seems reminiscent of gymnastics.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tyxlaib9UF0

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Yes, it certainly can be. Perhaps I was being too general in my statements while thinking only of a few types. Once again, it seems I spoke without thinking the subject through. No offense intended, of course. It seems I stand corrected...

Apologetically,
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dont worryy, its fine :D

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