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mixinluv2umember
129 posts
Location: chicago suburb, IL


Posted:
Just curious, how do you guys view glowstringing?

couple questions to focus/start off the discussion:

Is glowstringing and poi one and the same or different? If it's different then how do you define glowstringing and seperate the two?

Do glowstringers have a unique set of moves outside of traditional poi moves?

Should the difference in each tool/medium (glowstring vs sock poi vs fire poi) be emphasized? Or should all of them be spun the same way?

How do you define/develop style and originality in poi? Should the same principles of style and originality be applied to glowstringing? Or can glowstringing have their own principles and methodologies?

Are there differences in cultural background and philosophy between poi and glowstringing?

Mystaddict
439 posts
Location: Oceanside, California, USA


Posted:
HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

Its about talent, not make up or costumes.


mycomycoBRONZE Member
Pooh-Bah
2,084 posts
Location: melbourne, victoria, australia


Posted:
i love the name of this thread, it always makes me laugh.

UCOFUCOFSILVER Member
15,417 posts
Location: South Wales


Posted:
ubblol

Me too.

It would be nice if someone filmed a documentary titled that biggrin

TinklePantsTinklePantsGOLD Member
Clique Infiltrator, Cunning Linguist and Master Debator
4,219 posts
Location: Edinburgh burgh burrrrrr, United Kingdom


Posted:
did some glowstringing last night in the yard out the back - all the drunken swine passed - staggered - and stopped to watch.

hooray for the inebriated!!! (my only audience lol)

Always use "so's your face" and "only on Tuesdays" in as many conversations possible


Invader XanInvader XanSILVER Member
Your friendly neighbourhood mad scientist
479 posts
Location: Over the hills and far away, United Kingdom


Posted:
 Written by: UmbiliciformCraterOnFace


ubblol

Me too.

It would be nice if someone filmed a documentary titled that biggrin




Yah! In the same style as those tacky alien abduction documentaries you see on Sky One! biggrin

"Love the art in yourself and not yourself in the art."
--Konstantin Stanislavisky


wormleySILVER Member
member
3 posts
Location: USA


Posted:
I like this, if only for the waiting for godot quote at the bottom

UCOFUCOFSILVER Member
15,417 posts
Location: South Wales


Posted:
I'm still going wth "fiction", for the record..

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