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    Re: Dice Dancing - it's a dangerous game...

    Quote Originally Posted by Yogi_Bear View Post
    Great.


    I agree!

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    Re: Dice Dancing - it's a dangerous game...

    Quote Originally Posted by Yogi_Bear View Post
    Great. I read the first four words of your mesaage and ignored the rest (this could go on).
    'Great' that's the nicest thing you have said about any of my posts...

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    Re: Dice Dancing - it's a dangerous game...

    Quote Originally Posted by Cruella View Post
    I reckon Witty, Lory and I are the only ones that haven't put you on our ignore list GaG. So i don't see this thread lasting very long i'm afraid.
    He's not on my ignore list - in fact no-one's on my ignore list !



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    Re: Dice Dancing - it's a dangerous game...

    Quote Originally Posted by Yogi_Bear View Post
    The Captain Sensible part is extremely good advice. I didn't read the rest.
    I read it all , and agree that the Captain Sensible part is good.

    One question, won't it look a bit strange if i keep throwing a dice after each dance to decide what I'm doing next?



    In the past Iíve gone back to the revision workshop to re teach myself the beginner moves.

    I've also asked someone to film me dancing, which completely shatters your confidence for a while but after youíve picked yourself up, it helps you focus on improving your dancing.

    I do try to watch people occasionally and emulate things that I like about their dancing, whether itís a move or their style.

    Yes, Iím guilty of this; where a particular move triggers another move or sequence, I donít want to dance with one hand all night to combat this though (where do I leave my other hand, in my pocket ).

    Iíve done the Ďstaying away from dancingí for 3 weeks once, but was injured, and anyway 3 weeks of on dancing and only speaking to family and friends gets boring compared to dancing.



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    Re: Dice Dancing - it's a dangerous game...

    Quote Originally Posted by Cruella View Post
    I reckon Witty, Lory and I are the only ones that haven't put you on our ignore list GaG. So i don't see this thread lasting very long i'm afraid.
    hardly - theres probably only a few who use ignore lists at all...

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    Re: Dice Dancing - it's a dangerous game...

    Fantastic!
    I can't wait to try it out.
    Just think, if you ever see anyone doing any of the more brave options, you'll have to wonder if they've read this thread or if they really do have tourettes, narcolepsy or blindness!!

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    Re: Dice Dancing - it's a dangerous game...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dreadful Scathe View Post
    I think i may try the whole list


    This time GAG you've made me laugh. Actually, having read all this, I'm tempted to rep you (even though I went off on one on your first thread)


    I quite like number 3 - sleeping on the job. There is one DJ up here who I'd definately do that to, but I'm unable to do it next week as I'm off on holiday (again) to sunny spain , so, I'm going to give this one a go when I return (guess that means I'll be spending all night sleeping on the dance floor then! )

    Actually, these ideas would be great for the truth or dare game.

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