Chat Thread 39: A Heartwarming Children's Movie

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I suck at sword fighting, I always forget that I'm not allowed to use my legs.
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speaking of gym, I'm learning dance in my gym class. d'ohhhhhhh. and the dance we are learning is Gangnam style. shoot me.
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It's not that hard except the part where they get all noodly legged
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Hey, what's wrong with Gangnam style? My band did that in our field show this year.
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Me and my friend tried our hand at that this halloween. Did not end well.
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My friends tried while I laughed. Good times.
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cuz, cuz ,cuz, cuz, dancing ain't my kind of a thing. maybe, and I think it's overrated and I don't know. :roll: though I would love to see your band dancing. it must be something amusing.
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Regular dancing is lame. Cool kids slam-dance.
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JeffCvt wrote:Hey, what's wrong with Gangnam style? My band did that in our field show this year.
Is there a video of you guys doing it? Cuz I'd love to see it.
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I've only heard of Gangnam style, never actually seen it.
I could remedy that with a quick Youtube search, but why spoil the fun of ignorance?
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McFly wrote:Is there a video of you guys doing it? Cuz I'd love to see it.
Oh jeez, I would (If there is one) but then my location that is between a time and color would be easy to identify. It was only 8 beats long anyway, we did a bunch of other stuff too.
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JeffCvt wrote:Hey, what's wrong with Gangnam style? My band did that in our field show this year.
Our band didn't do it in our field show, but they played it during the intermission before the awards at one of our marching competitions. Six hundred plus kids and parents dancing to Gangnam Style? I think yes.
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Beagle wrote:
JeffCvt wrote:Hey, what's wrong with Gangnam style? My band did that in our field show this year.
Our band didn't do it in our field show, but they played it during the intermission before the awards at one of our marching competitions. Six hundred plus kids and parents dancing to Gangnam Style? I think yes.
well, I had a gym class this morning,and dacned it. I,i have to say, it was kinda fun....

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at the last anime club meeting for the semester, the events head brought Dance Central 3 and announced "It has Gangnam style"

sadly, it was only danced twice before they switched it out for Kinect Sports.
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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:at the last anime club meeting for the semester, the events head brought Dance Central 3 and announced "It has Gangnam style"

sadly, it was only danced twice before they switched it out for Kinect Sports.
I dislike Gangnam Style.
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I don't get Gangnam Style, kind of like Call Me Maybe, I just find them annoying.
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The Grey Wolverine wrote:I don't get Gangnam Style, kind of like Call Me Maybe, I just find them annoying.
Exactly, it was cute the first few times, but now it's just irritating.
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yehoshua wrote:I suck at sword fighting, I always forget that I'm not allowed to use my legs.
You can if it's not a formal sport you're doing. :3
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Of if you lose and are a horrible sport, then you can smack the opponent with the sword if you lose

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Hey, that's what I did with my racket when I lost in badminton. Maybe that's why the other kids ran away every time the birdy came near them...

I joke of course.
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JeffCvt wrote:Hey, that's what I did with my racket when I lost in badminton. Maybe that's why the other kids ran away every time the birdy came near them...

I joke of course.
I have an uncle who REALLY hates losing, he chased my other uncle with a racket...my cousins and I(I was 8) laughed at the scene

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I used to be on school badminton team. I was not the best but It was just pure fun.

Speaking of sword, I want to learn how to fence. It looks so cool. I learned it for a month before at a summer camp. My nickname was Stabby for a month, and everyone in the class had some kind of nickname with em.
'On guard pre allie' I don't know how to spell it
Also I want thisfor Christmas or Boxing day and this is a thing that I really shouldn't be upset with for losing any sort of kinda game.
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Shield-kicking is allowed in the LARPing (using that term broadly) my friends and I sometimes do. :3
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I have never been that interested in organized sport. I was compounded at how crazy people get over, especially college basketball. When I was in middle school, I carried a book bag that my mom bought for me because it was on sale. This bag just happened to have the emblem for the University of North Carolina on it. I then had legions of psychotic Duke University fans threatening to beat the crap out of me or kill me just for carrying this stupid thing.
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Get the flamethrower, time to burn some sport fanatic butts :twisted:

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The Grey Wolverine wrote:I don't get Gangnam Style, kind of like Call Me Maybe, I just find them annoying.
Call me maybe was my pledge class theme song. That's my jam you.
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:I have never been that interested in organized sport. I was compounded at how crazy people get over, especially college basketball. When I was in middle school, I carried a book bag that my mom bought for me because it was on sale. This bag just happened to have the emblem for the University of North Carolina on it. I then had legions of psychotic Duke University fans threatening to beat the crap out of me or kill me just for carrying this stupid thing.
Well no offense dude but you can't be reppin the wrong team and expect not to get messed with.
the golden rule for sports gear is don't rep a team unless you're a fan. For some reason we get even madder if you're just wearing it because it was free or you like the logo or something.
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i have zero interest in sports

i would love to learn sword fighting
not for any real purpose
but just because swords are awesome

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Radio Blue Heart wrote:I have never been that interested in organized sport. I was compounded at how crazy people get over, especially college basketball. When I was in middle school, I carried a book bag that my mom bought for me because it was on sale. This bag just happened to have the emblem for the University of North Carolina on it. I then had legions of psychotic Duke University fans threatening to beat the crap out of me or kill me just for carrying this stupid thing.
Yea there are some pretty insane Duke fans out there. I lived about 15 minutes away from Duke most of my life and heard some pretty crazy stories about them. My in-laws are definitely an example of Duke fanatics. *cough*Go Pirates!*cough*

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i think the worst incident involving sports fans that is near me was when the Vancouver Canuck's fans rioted and vandalized vancouver
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Seth wrote:
Radio Blue Heart wrote:I have never been that interested in organized sport. I was compounded at how crazy people get over, especially college basketball. When I was in middle school, I carried a book bag that my mom bought for me because it was on sale. This bag just happened to have the emblem for the University of North Carolina on it. I then had legions of psychotic Duke University fans threatening to beat the crap out of me or kill me just for carrying this stupid thing.
Well no offense dude but you can't be reppin the wrong team and expect not to get messed with.
the golden rule for sports gear is don't rep a team unless you're a fan. For some reason we get even madder if you're just wearing it because it was free or you like the logo or something.
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Jeez, we have a lot of North Carolina users on here now! There are at least five of us!

Also, *throws NC State at the both of you*

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Sports can be pretty cool sometimes. People get completely ridiculous about them at times though.
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Sports cause neurons to work better. It gives you more energy for activities.
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I would just go to the gym. The only thing I am competing with is my own weaknesses.
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I don't really like watching sports. I either find the sport itself fairly boring to watch, or I don't know enough about the sport to really enjoy it. Ironically, I actually do enjoy watching golf highlights, because they're always showing only the most interesting parts. :lol:
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I'm not a fan personally, but sports as an activity are great.
Using sports to excuse hate and violence, however, is just wrong.

On a lighter note, I used to be a flippin tennis ninja.

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Tennis is a lot of fun. I never was great at it but I loved playing it.
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Golf is so boring =(
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but mini golf is fun :lol:

I'm not a big fan of sports, so I don't watch them on TV, but it's fun to watch them in person. except golf. golf is boring.
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Golf is fun to play. And it's fun to watch iff you really, really love golf. The fun behind playing golf is it's a social thing. You get to be outdoors, walking around, and hanging out with your friends the whole time. And you're playing a skill-intensive game all the while. I like golf enough to play it but watching it bores me to death.
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