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Old 10-27-2006, 09:35 PM   #1
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wink Pleba Girls Party: It's not just what you have, but how you use it..rhythm and motion

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Case Studies:







Note the motion of the hips, the thrusting...







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Excellent!

And may I just say that the Canucks are kicking some serious ass tonight?! I may? Great! Hell yeah this is an awesome game!

Edit - And they're playing "Elevation" now!!
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I've got rhythm, I've got music, I've got my man, who could ask for anything more?
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Bri - don't forget this one:

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I've got rhythm, I've got music, I've got my man, who could ask for anything more?

You read my mind.







Someone tell me I'm not the only person in the world who enjoys watching some of the old musicals?
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And of course, the thrusting master...

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I love Gershwin

And many musicals, old and new

I admit it. I like showtunes.
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I always watch White Christmas at christmas time. It's one of my traditions.
That and The Santa Clause.

Cause I'm such a little kid at heart.

And Gene Kelly used to make me want to learn how to tap dance and the like.
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'My fair lady' and 'The sound of music' have been watched many many times in my house
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If this were only zoomed in and slowed down, we'd have a set....






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which Gene Kelly movie was it where he danced to 'Heaven', on the big spiral staircase? or was that Fred and ginger?
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'My fair lady' and 'The sound of music' have been watched many many times in my house

I'm such a nerd! ....

The King and I has been watched many a time, as has Grease, and Sound of Music over here.

It's a long time since I've seen West Side Story though.
Perhaps I should rent it, some of the other kids on the street and I used to sing that songs from it all the time.
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In college choir we did a review of West Side Story I loved singing several of those songs

and, oh yes, Grease has been memorized since Jr. High or so

of course more recently, Rent, Moulin Rouge and Phantom of the opera have provided hours of entertainment

I've even seen 'Paint your wagon'
(Clint Eastwood - not meant to act in musicals )
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The Sound Of Music :shudder: :shudder: (Sorry, was forced to watch it in grade 6 music class, and to be honest I've hated it ever since )

Susan Werner does a hilarious parody of the "Do(e), a deer" song to do with stock exchanges "Dow, a (something) stocks, NASDAQ is high technology.. S&P are blue chip stocks.." (I've forgotten the middle bit) "Bull.. the market's going up.. Bear, the market's going down... Crash, we all jump off a cliff... that will bring us back to Dow..." Mind you it loses something without the commentary about how the Baron is "hung like a Lippizaner stallion", and the memory tricks she uses when it's audience participation time... ("Everything Bush says is..." for 'bull', for example )
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I used to dance around everywhere singing 'I am 16 going on 17'

I'm a bit of a sap
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The Sound Of Music :shudder: :shudder: (Sorry, was forced to watch it in grade 6 music class, and to be honest I've hated it ever since )

Susan Werner does a hilarious parody of the "Do(e), a deer" song to do with stock exchanges "Dow, a (something) stocks, NASDAQ is high technology.. S&P are blue chip stocks.." (I've forgotten the middle bit) "Bull.. the market's going up.. Bear, the market's going down... Crash, we all jump off a cliff... that will bring us back to Dow..." Mind you it loses something without the commentary about how the Baron is "hung like a Lippizaner stallion", and the memory tricks she uses when it's audience participation time... ("Everything Bush says is..." for 'bull', for example )


It's not everyones cup of tea

and it definitley lent itself to parody
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