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    Well, hey there guys!

    Pretty bored right now and looking to solve that - so shoot.

    P.S. I've lived in a number places, have an american accent and play at gigs every now and then.
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    how?
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    -What kind of American accent?
    -How did you learn the unicycle?
    -Are you a clown?
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    (Original post by Jubz1)
    how?
    My school had a circus unit in their PE class, we had the option to choose from unicycles, stilts, diablos and juggling. Naturally, I chose unicycles and juggling.
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Naturally, I chose unicycles and juggling.
    My man. Ever go riding it in public?
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    (Original post by Alfissti)
    -What kind of American accent?
    -How did you learn the unicycle?
    -Are you a clown?
    More midwestern than anything, I sound really neutral but I can do a good southern impression.

    Answered already, but anywhoo. My school had a circus unit and I chose to do unicycling and juggling as part of that unit.

    I wish I were, sometimes I put on clown make up and ride my unicycle around the neighbourhood - 'twas lols seeing people's reactions.
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    (Original post by Jubz1)
    My man. Ever go riding it in public?
    Yeah, I try to scare the little kids in my neighbourhood by riding it with clown make up on.

    But mostly, I ride in the mountain trails - gotta hit those monster hops!
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    :woo:

    OMFG will you teach me?
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    (Original post by ILovePancakes)
    :woo:

    OMFG will you teach me?
    Sure..

    If you would, first of all, agree to a dinner trip to Paris.

    Otherwise, it's three fiddy.
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Yeah, I try to scare the little kids in my neighbourhood by riding it with clown make up on.

    But mostly, I ride in the mountain trails - gotta hit those monster hops!
    I saw one for sale on amazon and the temptation to buy it was incredibly difficult to overcome. I decided with my luck, no, because I'd probably get killed so, that's a downer
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    (Original post by Jubz1)
    I saw one for sale on amazon and the temptation to buy it was incredibly difficult to overcome. I decided with my luck, no, because I'd probably get killed so, that's a downer
    The struggle is real man.. You should have just taken the plunge, I had to fall over 500 (being serious with that number) before I could even do 5 metres.
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    (Original post by 8472)
    Do you want to build a snowman?
    Yeaaahhh, but it'll just disintegrate in this heat..
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    Do you own a unicycle now?

    Why isn't it 'an' unicycle? Gosh, that's annoying.
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    (Original post by Neuth)
    Do you own a unicycle now?

    Why isn't it 'an' unicycle? Gosh, that's annoying.
    Yes, I own a MUNI (mountain unicyle) with a Nimbus frame.

    Maybe because unicycles defy grammatical rules? :dontknow: Honestly, 'an' unicycle sounds awkward akin to 'an' hospital.
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Yes, I own a MUNI (mountain unicyle) with a Nimbus frame.

    Maybe because unicycles defy grammatical rules? :dontknow: Honestly, 'an' unicycle sounds awkward akin to 'an' hospital.
    :awesome: I wish I did... I probably wouldn't be able to stay upright on one though.

    Just like they defy gravity.
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    (Original post by Neuth)
    :awesome: I wish I did... I probably wouldn't be able to stay upright on one though.

    Just like they defy gravity.
    Haha, they're awesome! I had a constant open wound from the hundreds of times my metal studded pedals smacked my legs, falling is the easy part!

    That's also why they call people who can ride them "Masters of the UNI - verse!"
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Haha, they're awesome! I had a constant open wound from the hundreds of times my metal studded pedals smacked my legs, falling is the easy part!

    That's also why they call people who can ride them "Masters of the UNI - verse!"
    Ouch, that sounds awful, ahah :hugs:

    Too funny
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Sure..

    If you would, first of all, agree to a dinner trip to Paris.

    Otherwise, it's three fiddy.
    You'll take me to Paris and teach me the unicycle?! OMG I love you already :lovehug:.
 
 
 
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