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Oh deeeear, they'll treat anything as news, these press people won't they?

 

Ugggh I wouldn't want to smell his feet after a gig. BLEGH.

 

 

Not that I'd particularly want to smell them any other time either, but hey.

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I don't think he actually stuck veal in his shoes.

 

Do what you will with this, just thought it was worth sharing.

 

T4P!

 

But that neckless Mika is just sooo weird...:boxed:

 

And guess the veal he means is not veal meat, it's the skin after being treated, dunno the exact word for the process, but you might use it to clean car windows, some mooth veal cloth you know what i mean?:blink:

 

Dancers commonly use it, specially prima ballerinas who dance on their toes...

Maybe Cazzie knows what i mean...

 

CAAZZZZZZ!:aah:

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T4P!

 

But that neckless Mika is just sooo weird...:boxed:

 

And guess the veal he means is not veal meat, it's the skin after being treated, dunno the exact word for the process, but you might use it to clean car windows, some mooth veal cloth you know what i mean?:blink:

 

Dancers commonly use it, specially prima ballerinas who dance on their toes...

Maybe Cazzie knows what i mean...

 

CAAZZZZZZ!:aah:

 

That would be chamois:thumb_yello:

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This was in the Evening Standard interview, yesterday.

 

you're right! :shocked: i looked now, totally missed that question yesterday! :blink: maybe i just wasn't interested in what he was wearing. :naughty: or i skipped the question because i unconsciously sensed a disgusting answer. :roftl:

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T4P!

 

But that neckless Mika is just sooo weird...:boxed:

 

And guess the veal he means is not veal meat, it's the skin after being treated, dunno the exact word for the process, but you might use it to clean car windows, some mooth veal cloth you know what i mean?:blink:

 

Dancers commonly use it, specially prima ballerinas who dance on their toes...

Maybe Cazzie knows what i mean...

 

CAAZZZZZZ!:aah:

 

Hi Wonka! :aah:

 

I've never actually done Pointe, I quit ballet just as I was about to start it, but they do wear these little "toe sock" things to help cushion the toes against the wood. They look like this:

 

http://i20.ebayimg.com/08/i/000/f3/0f/86e9_2.JPG

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Hi Wonka! :aah:

 

I've never actually done Pointe, I quit ballet just as I was about to start it, but they do wear these little "toe sock" things to help cushion the toes against the wood. They look like this:

 

http://i20.ebayimg.com/08/i/000/f3/0f/86e9_2.JPG

 

They don't really work *that* well though, the bones in your toes still feel like they're gonna break lol.

 

:thumb_yello:

 

Maybe that's made of veal skin...:mf_rosetinted:

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Yeah, her feet are extremely nasty, she's a hardcore comp dancer, I don't know why people do pointe it's so painful...

 

COMP dancer? Is that short for contemporary? I don't see how, since Pointe and Contemporary are completely different lol :aah:

 

I'd hate to do Pointe...I wouldn't mind doing ballet again though.

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