Friday, 30 December 2011

Feel the Fear, but Parkour Anyway



Members of The Ragged Society of Antiquarian Ramblers continue to hone our Parkour skills. We is moving with style innit, frere. Ragged Rambler, and Parkour traceur (practitioner), Aunty Gary, has this to say:


"One feels the fear, but does it anyway. The feeling a Parkourist achieves from a successful move is known in the vernacular as 'the buzz' - one feel that buzz. Wicked!"


WARNING! Please do not attempt to replicate these moves without professional instruction

PS We would like to extend our sincere thanks to Munro Tweeder-Harris' nephew, Tristram, who was kind enough to act as a consultant with regard to the 'street' vernacular speech, which Members are currently mastering. 

10 comments:

  1. Nothing more or less than dancing on graves. I am ashamed of you all. It wouldn't happen down yer in Somerset, but then again, we don't eat cake called Inn-Bread. We don't lace rye with black fungus - we've got reel drugs, like base speed and viagra.

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  2. Tom, you missed out references to sheep... and dumplings too... oh yes, and hay carts. Anyway, gotta go now and dance on some graves then roll in the hay with my sister...

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  3. Ergo(t) homo. (no offence intended).

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  4. Love the moves you silly Billy's!

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  5. If wit were shit you'd all be up to your elbows in it.

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  6. Dear Nana Goffin,

    Thank you for your contribution. Most succinct!

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  7. Thank you Mr Ramblers. I speak as I find..

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