Amount of texts to »breakdance« 15, and there are 12 texts (80.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 180 Characters
Average Rating -0.733 points, 3 Not rated texts
First text on May 4th 2000, 16:18:16 wrote
Dragan about breakdance
Latest text on Dec 10th 2005, 02:22:52 wrote
weston about breakdance
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on Mar 26th 2004, 21:00:52 wrote
elloner about breakdance

on Dec 10th 2005, 02:22:52 wrote
weston about breakdance

on May 14th 2005, 08:16:36 wrote
b-boyime about breakdance

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Texts to »Breakdance«

Dragan wrote on May 4th 2000, 16:18:16 about


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Back in the 80's, breakdance was also very popular in europe. This was good because you could watch TV and see something moving. – In general, TV in the 80's at least in germany was a bit short on motion. The cameras seemed to be fixed with cement.

Yes, and now, suddenly, breakdance is popular again. But in the time breakdance was away from TV screens, people missed the movement. So the cameras were untied from the cement blocks and strated to move. And now there is a problem: The breakdancers move and the camera moves also, so you can't see the breakdancers dance. You just see some body parts flying around.

Such a sad thing!

Josef wrote on May 5th 2000, 00:04:59 about


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Have you ever had the experience of being at a high school dance (or some similar event) and then deciding to impress all the girls by suddenly dropping down to do the worm? On several occasions I had this experience, generally leading to some kind of injury (hurt toe, bruised knees, sore testicles). Then, at one such event, I suddenly, without consulting my rational self, dropped down onto a handstand-type thing, and collapsed into a perfect (well, for an amateur) wiggly worm. I then stood up, amazed at my ability. Of course, nobody had noticed it, and I lacked the guts to ever do it again.

Josh wrote on Jun 9th 2000, 07:05:46 about


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here in SF there is this guy named 2 Toast. He's an awsome breaker. We worked together in a high tech lame ass b2b e learning garbage multimedia slave job. but he would breat the monotony with awsome moves...

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