Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by Pacion, Dec 13, 2006.
late on this post... but yes, indeed, joe... rather coincidental, but true!
My first car was a 67 Chevy that belonged to my grandma at one time. Needless to say I could fit ten people in it, so I'd pick up everyone and take them home etc. lol. I now have a 92 Lumina. How sad. I haven't been able to afford a car in our current century yet lol.
Current dancing abilities ...
Future dancing abilities ...
Sleek, smooth, fast, with a touch of class. Just as a Jaguar should be.
dgcasey, :lol: at the imagery used for your current dance abilities :lol: Bearing in mind that we are our harshest critics, I suspect you may be closer to the Jag than you let on.
Saw this today, and thought of this thread...
Oh boy. *sigh* This thread depresses me so (I think it's the fact that I'll never have such a car). It also makes me want to reach for a cigarette.
I want my dance to be a 2000 Celica GT-S.
Sleek, feminine, sexy and young but also powerful.
Well let's see, growing up we had a Rambler that the gear lever (or something to that effect) broke and my Dad put in a make shift lever through a hole in the floor to put the darn thing in reverse....I'm kinda' feeling like a Rambler these days, a car of dubious reputation even without our modifications. *sigh*
OH, Sabor, dear. That is SO you.
This is me: http://www.jaguar.com/ca/en/xk/gallery/photography.htm
And what about the motorcycles?
ooh.. luv jags
(re both the car AND to dance at that level... )
vivacious, sleek, a car with lips?!:?, hopping around off the ground tap dancing...:?
FD, am imagining you in that car in barbie pink with hot pants & white go-go-boots...
I realize with horror that I already *do* dance like my Civic. Reliable, slightly boring, occasional good moves, decent handling (if what I'm told is true).
It's a long way to Bugatti, but that is one beautiful car and it would be worth it to try.
what about like your classic beetle...sleek, enviable, perky...and never goin' outa style.
Heh, yeah, the civic would probably be about right for me.
mmmm, saw veyron in a dealership here once. Made sure to look from other side of street, otherwise I knew they'd have to clean my drool off the showroom window. or off the car itself.
a few years back, when i was working in a restaurant, i waited on a couple who had just driven their brand-new veyron up from florida or thereabouts. they gave the keys to the maitre'd to drive around the parking lot (quite sizeable, it being a country estate). thrill of his life.
it was offered to me as well but...no way i wanted that responsibility, heh.
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