What about the modified skip from The Wizard of Oz?
There's a weight off my shoulders. I was thinking about integrating skipping into my everyday activity for 2010. If People magazine says it's OK….
The Mongols…well, I always have liked the Mongols, even if I don't have any direct relation lines to them. And who doesn't wave sparklers when they skip?
I think I'll skip skipping…
Walk without rhythm and it won't attract the worm.
If you walk without Rhythm, you'll never learn
Nice Dune reference
I never got that Weapon of Choice had a Dune reference in it until right there.
Seriously, thank you for pointing that out to me.
Even if it isn't gay, it looks gay:
I use skipping to get around "No running" rules. When I was in high school, walking down a long hall with nobody around, I'd skip so that if somebody appeared, I couldn't get busted for running.
Yup, did the same thing. It worked too!
until you run into the blind old bat that turns you in for running anyway just because they couldn’t tell the difference, or want you to be viewed as a troublemaker.
What I do I just run fast enough that they can't stop me, or identify me
Sure I'll skip, through details.
Why does Genghis Kahn only have one arm?
FYI: The biomechanics of skipping gaits: a third locomotion paradigm?
Thank you. I just went and read that paper, thoroughly enjoying it.
This is awesome.
I actually kinda enjoy skipping it’s faster than walking and less tiring than jogging
I’m not sure why people use ‘gay’ to mean ‘wimpy.’ I mean, the Spartans were all gay and they were fucking scary.
Easy on the F-bombs.
Skipping does look dumb, but it’s terrifyingly efficient and fast when going downhill. It takes virtually no energy and you can go about as fast as you would while running on a flat surface.
As such, people who don’t skip downhill are just crazy. =P
People who try to skip uphill are probably more crazy, though.
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