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Old 02-06-2015, 02:47 PM   #1
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Question Does anyone know How Irish Dancing Really Started

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How Irish Dancing Started - now I understand the origins of Irish dance- its rooted in excess beer and having nowhere to piddle, cleverly disguised by the sound of a fiddle....!!!

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That was funny. Ah Yes, the Irish dance. Where else can you grab your crotch in a public performance and not be criticized for it.
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How funny. Thanks for the morning chuckle.
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I always thought it kind of looked like my kids potty dance lol
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Yep ... that's why we had to replace the carpet in our MH bath. \ken
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