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Old November 29th 04, 10:52 PM
Tamyka Bell
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I wear a helmet because I have a weird shaped head that shouldn't be
exposed in public. I'm serious. I can balance a glass of beer or spirits
up there for ages, while on the dance floor shaking it. I first learnt
about this in a messy Sydney pub, with nowhere to put my bag or drink
while I got my wallet out, I just popped my drink on my head and
promptly forgot about it.

Hey hippy, I am thinking of wearing a helmet in my trapeze routine also.
I think it'd look cool... well, maybe not. I tore my feet to pieces at
the gig the other night, my friend's trapeze is much more painful than
the one I train on...

(I didn't sleep well last night, does it show?)
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Old November 29th 04, 11:40 PM
hippy
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"Tamyka Bell" wrote
I wear a helmet because I have a weird shaped head that shouldn't be


"I am not an animal!"

exposed in public. I'm serious. I can balance a glass of beer or spirits
up there for ages, while on the dance floor shaking it. I first learnt
about this in a messy Sydney pub, with nowhere to put my bag or drink
while I got my wallet out, I just popped my drink on my head and
promptly forgot about it.


Now that.. that is a frickin' cool trick!!
You would be worshipped here with that kind of skill..
I would attempt it, but the death penalty for spilling
alcohol makes it a little too risky. Although, the drunken
overlords might grant an exception if I manage
to ruin my best clothes and/or experience major blood
loss due to a glass mishap...

Hey hippy, I am thinking of wearing a helmet in my trapeze routine also.
I think it'd look cool... well, maybe not. I tore my feet to pieces at
the gig the other night, my friend's trapeze is much more painful than
the one I train on...


The helmet wont help your feet though.. well maybe it will,
it depends on which "helmet debate" thread you read. ;-)
You should get a helmet-cam setup and do your routine. I
reckon that would be cool.

(I didn't sleep well last night, does it show?)


Neither did I. 4hrs is better than nothing I guess. Buzzing
from track training and then got stuck into some of the
leftover lollies from Kona 24. Hey BikeSoiler, I didn't
finish all those fruitbars after all... I did 'need' a KS Snickers
and 750ml Ice Break to get me home without falling asleep
though ;-)

super sweet hippy


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Old November 30th 04, 10:16 AM
Peter Cremasco
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On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 07:52:02 +1000, Tamyka Bell
wrote:

I wear a helmet because I have a weird shaped head that shouldn't be
exposed in public. I'm serious. I can balance a glass of beer or spirits
up there for ages, while on the dance floor shaking it. I first learnt


Alright!!!! Are you also approximately 3'6" tall, have false teeth and
your father owns a brewery or pub??????




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Cheers

PeterC

[Rushing headlong: out of control - and there ain't no stopping]
[and there's nothing you can do about it at all]
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Old November 30th 04, 12:25 PM
ritcho
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Peter Cremasco Wrote:
On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 07:52:02 +1000, Tamyka Bell
wrote:

I wear a helmet because I have a weird shaped head that shouldn't be
exposed in public. I'm serious. I can balance a glass of beer o

spirits
up there for ages, while on the dance floor shaking it. I firs

learnt

Alright!!!! Are you also approximately 3'6" tall, have false teeth and
your father owns a brewery or pub??????




---
Cheers

PeterC

[Rushing headlong: out of control - and there ain't no stopping]
[and there's nothing you can do about it at all]



Bouncer

Alright you, you've had enough, come on then...

\bouncer

Ritc

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ritcho

 




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