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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by MakiSupaStar, May 10, 2010.
I say do it. It'll be epic!
There is nothing worth doing that's not worth doing well!
Definitely support him, but you need to run it by the administration/teachers. The elementary talent show in my district (which as hs choral director I'm often roped in to judging) is by audition. This year there were 42 acts, of which about 20 were accepted. If I was running it, I'd laugh hysterically at it, and give huge props for the armpit fart skills, but it wouldn't be appropriate for the way the talent shows are in my district (if it were a comedy show, maybe) and if it was let in, the administration would have a fit. Even if he doesn't do the talent show, you need to video it and share, Maki!
I was thinking maybe just a bit of vaseline around the pit's circumfrence.
I just don't know about having a kid walk out onstage with a tub of Vaseline or a bottle of hand lotion. My perv alarm just starts screaming.
It would be idea to apply something before the event, but it's going to be really messy before things really get rolling IMHO. I'm thinkin you'd have you put a wad of something in your hand right at the moment you cup hand to pit. Still messy, but it doesn't give anything away.
I don't know man, trying to push a kid toward performance enhancing chemicals when he's only competing at the amateur level? That just seems so wrong....
Go for it, sounds like harmless hijinks.
Ok guys so an update. Talked to his teacher and talked to the principal both laughed at me and said no.
You should send an administrator a ranty email about the school stifling your kids' creativity.
this. And send both of the naysayers little plastic baggies full of flour in the mail, with little notes inside saying "please enjoy your anthrax"
Time to play the race card . . . unless you have incriminating pictures of the principal.
That's what you get for asking. You'll know better next time.
No one ever says "yes" anymore. It is so much easier to go through life saying "no". Nice, safe, and...BORING!
Of COURSE they did. They have to. School is serious business. This is the way these things have always gone, throughout history.
What happens now is that you guys say "okay, I understand.". Then sign up for the show with a conventional, more socially acceptable routine.
Then, as soon as the stage lights hit him......the armpit farts.
THAT IS HOW IT'S ALWAYS BEEN DONE AND ALWAYS MUST BE DONE
I though this was interesting in light of this thread. I think the armpit farts are much funnier than the strip tease.