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Old 2013-02-11, 04:42   Link #6761
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Does anyone know what dance this is from 0:46 to 0:51? I think it's the Lollipop dance, but I'm not sure. Or it may be an original creation, but then I saw it somewhere else (which could be possible because this anime is really old and famous).
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Old 2013-02-11, 08:59   Link #6762
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Does anyone know what dance this is from 0:46 to 0:51? I think it's the Lollipop dance, but I'm not sure. Or it may be an original creation, but then I saw it somewhere else (which could be possible because this anime is really old and famous).
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I think I may have seen the dance elsewhere, and I don't think it originated in Japan. The closest thing I can think of is the limbo, but that's not really the same.

I don't think it's an original creation though.
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Old 2013-02-11, 09:13   Link #6763
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I think I may have seen the dance elsewhere, and I don't think it originated in Japan. The closest thing I can think of is the limbo, but that's not really the same.

I don't think it's an original creation though.
I knew it wasn't just me!

I found another video with it, at 0:55 to 1:07 to the song Lollipop. But it came from NicoNico Douga, meaning chances are pretty high it's just based off of when Urusei Yatsura did it. But maybe not?
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Old 2013-02-11, 09:36   Link #6764
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I'm not sure. I'm pretty sure it's an American dance, and originated some time in the 60s(motown?). Whether that video got that move via Urusei Yatsura is impossible to say. It could have, or they could have both been parodying something more well known in Japan.
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Old 2013-02-15, 18:20   Link #6765
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What is a nutbladder? And why do people say "my nutbladder is exploding"?
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Old 2013-02-16, 06:13   Link #6766
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Are there any types of spears that are spelt with the letter K? Any language applies, even romanised ones.
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Old 2013-02-16, 06:42   Link #6767
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Are there any types of spears that are spelt with the letter K? Any language applies, even romanised ones.
Kamayari

Kontos

There may be more, but this is what a quick search brought me.
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Old 2013-02-16, 06:42   Link #6768
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Are there any types of spears that are spelt with the letter K? Any language applies, even romanised ones.
You mean starting with letter K?

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Old 2013-02-16, 06:46   Link #6769
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Old 2013-02-16, 06:52   Link #6770
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Are there any types of spears that are spelt with the letter K? Any language applies, even romanised ones.
A Pike.

(I'm surprised no one else saw this...).
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Old 2013-02-16, 06:58   Link #6771
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A Pike.

(I'm surprised no one else saw this...).
well if talking about type of spear that have K in the name it will be

Hoko yari
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Old 2013-02-16, 07:17   Link #6772
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A Pike.

(I'm surprised no one else saw this...).
Screw dyslexia. What I meant was starting with the letter K.
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Old 2013-02-18, 11:29   Link #6773
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Why does the hair on our head keep growing endlessly? Are there any other animals that have continuously growing hair/fur as well?

Hmmm... ...
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Old 2013-02-18, 11:36   Link #6774
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Why does the hair on our head keep growing endlessly? Are there any other animals that have continuously growing hair/fur as well?

Hmmm... ...
Our hair is made of dead red-blood cells. Unless you have invincible red-blood cells, they will keep growing.

Strength of your hair is an indication of how strong your respiratory system is. If a hair that dropped off breaks easily or is brittle, you might want to watch your diet.
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Old 2013-02-18, 13:16   Link #6775
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Why does the hair on our head keep growing endlessly? Are there any other animals that have continuously growing hair/fur as well?

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It does not grow endlessly. Head hair also has a terminal length, it's just that for most people that maximum length is extremely long, much longer than most people want to have their hair. And it's also difficult to reach that length anyway due to tangling and hairs falling out naturally after the anagen stage. Current theory for why our head hair can grow so long is due to sexual selection, because we love to style it and put pretty ribbons and flowers in it.

I don't know if there are any animals with forever growing hair, but I know for sure humans are not one of those animals.
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Old 2013-02-18, 14:28   Link #6776
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Why does the hair on our head keep growing endlessly? Are there any other animals that have continuously growing hair/fur as well?

Hmmm... ...
I believe we are the only speices with such long hair (though Horse Manes are similar in length, now that I think about it). However, as Kudryavka says, they don't grow endlessly. All hair has a "terminating length", the length of time it takes for it to grow and fall off. Most hair this is quite short (look at the average animal's fur). The reason we have such long head hair is likely sexual. It signals how healthy you are, and also your place in the social hierarchy (nicer styled hair means you're higher up).
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Old 2013-02-18, 18:10   Link #6777
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Our hair is made of dead red-blood cells. Unless you have invincible red-blood cells, they will keep growing.

Strength of your hair is an indication of how strong your respiratory system is. If a hair that dropped off breaks easily or is brittle, you might want to watch your diet.
Just a bit of a correction, hair isn't made up of dead red blood cells, but of keratinized cells (probably dermal in origin, but I'm not completely positive - however, knowing what the body does with aged red blood cells, I'm quite certain that they're not making it into hair). Hair strength is partly based on diet and partly on genetics; the respiratory system tie-in sounds like something from non-traditional medicine. It's possible that respiratory issues could cause hair damage, but you would have more pressing problems with other areas of the body at that point
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Old 2013-02-19, 03:41   Link #6778
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I've not read any papers about how respiratory disease affects hair loss and maintenance.

And AFAIK the MSG thing leading to hair loss isn't actually true.
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Old 2013-02-19, 03:57   Link #6779
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Our hair is made of dead red-blood cells. Unless you have invincible red-blood cells, they will keep growing.
Pus on my head LOlsss
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Old 2013-02-19, 04:47   Link #6780
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Just a bit of a correction, hair isn't made up of dead red blood cells, but of keratinized cells (probably dermal in origin, but I'm not completely positive - however, knowing what the body does with aged red blood cells, I'm quite certain that they're not making it into hair). Hair strength is partly based on diet and partly on genetics; the respiratory system tie-in sounds like something from non-traditional medicine. It's possible that respiratory issues could cause hair damage, but you would have more pressing problems with other areas of the body at that point
I don't think that our hair is actually made of hair cells because that is the one that enables us to hear inside our ears.

Though I think you are closer to what I remember reading. I need a Pemex doubler to stop my memory from mixing things up and going fuzzy.

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I've not read any papers about how respiratory disease affects hair loss and maintenance.

And AFAIK the MSG thing leading to hair loss isn't actually true.
I always thought that the lack of moe and the association with older women often leads to hair loss.

Lolis for good health! Not those with fake pads for boobs.
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