Home Blog Post Culture on Vi... Blog Post Culture on Virtual Mirage By Larry-Lambert - January 18, 2011 243 10 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Is it ballet or is it simply a dose of Rule 5? Don’t say that you don’t get exposed to culture here at Virtual Mirage — where we reflect life, or something like it: ### RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Blog Post Sermonette Blog Post Saturday Afternoon Blog Post Salt 10 COMMENTS Um. That was certainly quite, uh, athletic. And, of course I feel completely cultured now. Sports is part of culture. So is ballet. Art is what defines a society. And I felt as though I had a role to play in expanding what culture you all received here on the blog. Ach du liber! WoFat, I thought you'd recognize the choreography from the Kama Sutra, you old Asia hand. That was 'interesting' from a number of angles… I wonder how long they practiced some of those changeovers, and how many bruises the both collected… Beautiful though! Incredible – my more cynical side, going as always for the cheap laugh, wants to say, I saw that in a lounge act in Vegas a few years back. Yet my more honest side says – this is such an awesome display of core-strength, balance and poise; being able to hold some of those positions for several seconds at a time requires the strength and coordination of an Olympic-class gymnast. On the down side – I suppose that almost any male who wanted to date the young lady, would fail to impress her on any level. ParaPacem – You'd have to impress her with your wallet – the body would fall far short. I have noticed this before when watching great dancers. Facially, neither of these two are classic beauties. They make themselves beautiful through the dance. Lovely! Get a room … Reminds me of my wedding night – right up until the night manager broke down the door and demanded we get rid of the bassonist. Comments are closed.