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Monday, 13 July 2015

AFL Shenanigans Round 14: Dance Lessons

This week's video was a pain in the ass to film, as I was on a trip to Canberra for 10 whole days. I'll be talking about that trip soon because it was amazing and because I had my first ever blogger meet-up, with the lovely and generous Elephant's Child. For now though, enjoy this very quick video.


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  1. Most enjoyable. Also it's good to meet up with Blogger friends, A few years ago I met up with Alree Bird whils I was in LA.
    Have a good week.
    Yvonne.

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  2. Okay, that is officially #1 in my list of favorite Shenanigans videos. First of all, I can't believe someone came up so quick. Secondly, he was soon joined by others. Third, because it was all done to the tune of "Scrubs" and lastly - because someone stole your sign.

    I needed a laugh and this was a good one. Well done, sir. Keep 'em coming.

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    1. I'm really glad I was able to make you smile :)

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    1. It was definitely fun, but way too short :P

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  4. You're a natural! That was fun, and I'm happy to learn that two of my favorite Aussies met up.

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    1. Next I need to do a blogger tour of America ;)

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  5. That was funny! Can't believe how many guys joined in. Alcohol must've been involved.
    Cool you got to meet Elephant's Child.

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    1. I definitely think alcohol was a factor :P

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  6. I'm incredibly envious of your blogger meetup. And of those killer dad moves you've got out there. That was awesome. So this was probably my favorite of the challenges so far. Who doesn't love a free dance lesson? And to some late 90s TLC, at that?

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    1. Especially because you didn't have to watch any topless dudes ;)

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  7. Big, big smiles. That looked like fun - for everyone.
    Mind you - lovely, generous? What were you taking, and is it legal?

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  8. I need friends that will break into dance when we meet up. Some do so after a few, or more, drinks.
    Susan Says

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  9. Okay, that was the best one thus far; loved it!

    You got to meet EC? Face to face, for realsies?!? I am so jealous I'm sending my New Jersey down there to knee-cap you; see who's giving dancing lessons then dude! ;-)

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    1. That should be ' my New Jersey cousin'

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    2. Or I could come up there and visit you instead would that be acceptable?

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  10. haha.. dancing to TLC! This cracked me up. I don't dance, so this would probably make me panic :P

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  11. Just when I was wondering if you were going to bust out the Running Man, you did! bwahaha!

    Now, I have to ask, where are all the ladies at that club? I guess they didn't want "no scrubs" that night ;) *I kid, I kid!*

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  12. That's so fun! We've had a few dance parties at our house for kids to attend on New Years Eve. Then their parents can go out, or stay. It's fun!

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    1. Is there one parent that opts to stay behind and watch over them?

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  13. LOL, um you're seriously my hero! You just seem to enjoy life so much! I love it. Big smile on your face and hilarious dance moves. Go you!

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    1. Aw that's so sweet :) I look up to you a bit too :)

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