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Nunchuk disco

'Oh ho ho hoooo, Everybody was kung-fu fighting''
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Turn the dojo into an instant dis-jo with these strobe light emiting nunchucks. Flares optional.
S-note, May 01 2010

(??) Flowchucks http://www.youtube....watch?v=3Cazmwt-v7w
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, May 01 2010]

For above https://www.youtube...watch?v=8jVc2zwwX2U
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       both terms are very dated!
po, May 01 2010
  

       They span so fast it just flew off the end.
S-note, May 01 2010
  

       good point - amended.
S-note, May 01 2010
  

       Lovely!
calum, May 03 2010
  

       My wife watches a lot of kung fu films (I would prefer not to) and one thing I have noticed is that it is essentially (minus the crack-crack-crack-whap-crack- crack-whap soundtrack) a kind of choreographed dance. It has made me wonder on more than one occasion whether a closer hybrid of dance, ballet and kung fu could be formulated, without it being slow and elegant and classy, thus alienating half of the population, nor violent, energetic and moronic, thus alienating the remaining three fifths.
Ian Tindale, May 08 2016
  

       //hybrid of dance, ballet and kung fu could be formulated// Wuxia films take a step in this direction: Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, House of Flying Daggers and The Bride With White Hair all share quite wonderfully graceful sequences between protagonists - well worth a watch.
zen_tom, May 09 2016
  

       Also, the film "Zatoichi" (as well as being very funny) has some beautifully choreographed samurai fight sequences - well worth watching. Zatoichi also nicely recognises this similarity of fight sequences and dance by having everyone, in a rather random plot non-sequiter, break into dance at the end of the film, in an almost Bollywoodesque way.
hippo, May 09 2016
  

       "Disco Disco Chuck, Disco Disco Chuck" etc. to the tune of Disco Duck.
popbottle, May 10 2016
  

       //sequences between protagonists//   

       Technically, of course, each film can have only one protagonist. Any second character is a deuteragonist, and any third, a tritagonist, or possible gooseberry. If it is not obvious which *one* is the protagonist, then I suppose they're all just agonists until the fight is over. At which point, a badly dubbed voice says "I show *you* ... who is just deutelagonist".
pertinax, May 13 2016
  
      
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