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Posted:Why hello, yes i may of had a few drinks and sound like an arogant c***, BUT I am not atall impressed with the style and standard of poi in general.
in terms knid of tricks i specialise in tangles and hyperloopy stuff, I dont enjoy the flowers and pretty stuff, as controled as it is.
I CHALLENGE all poi peeps in the world, (people on this website) to send me ur links to the best vids of crazy poi stuff and i'l get up my first vid of a very origenal bunch of kick ass tricks
I live in cornwall england and there isnt a big number of people taking poi seriously, Im not saying people who do it, dont take it seriously, but not many people specialise in it.
I also do some multi prop work with hats, and the only other multi prob work I've seen do basic poi with other props.
I've been atending jugling conventions and only have met a few spinners that are of a high standard, although different styles. does anyone wants a poi off in the renagade show at bristol juggling con next sept?
hope to hear back from someone thanks for reading, cheers x