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    Smile Tahitian dance class

    The Campfire could use a 2 1/2 minute intermission.
    Turn the volume up a bit.
    Only toughnuts will not be smiling.

    Tahia Cambet - Tahitian Dance School - YouTube
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    Damn my hips hurt again
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    Their enjoying themselves and it yeah it makes my smile watching it.
    I've spent a stupid amount of time over two decades trying to figure out the physical mechanics required to do that. A few times I thought I had it figured out but I was wrong . It gets even more impressive when you see the top professional dancers perform at speed, it's as if they have a u-joint at the base of their spine.
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    The ability to independently move the core like that is impressive, and I always think of the skill as being on par with drumming. I can do neither without looking like a chimpanzee swatting flies...
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    Thanks, Dave.
    Smiled from start to finish.
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    I don't think I ever could do that. LOL
    Some days, you can see the light at the end of the tunnel, and then
    you realize it's the train coming.

    Just because you're offended, it doesn't mean you're right.

    Consider:
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    Quote Originally Posted by earlfor View Post
    I don't think I ever could do that. LOL
    Cmon Earl a few youtube yoga classes and a handful of flexiril washed down with a swig of bacardi 180 prrof black rum and your golden.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cipher View Post
    Cmon Earl a few youtube yoga classes and a handful of flexiril washed down with a swig of bacardi 180 prrof black rum and your golden.
    Nah, it would give me a bad case of O mi cryin. lol
    Some days, you can see the light at the end of the tunnel, and then
    you realize it's the train coming.

    Just because you're offended, it doesn't mean you're right.

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    Now picture yourself a lowly sailor on the Bounty back in 1789 18 months at sea you land in Tahiti and you're greeted by topless dancers maybe it's not surprising there was a mutiny with the crew refusing to leave.
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