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Wabush, Labrador, Canada / February 19, 2011
Randy Parsons-Duff performed The Centipede dance in 5 degrees
Fahrenheit (–15 Celsius) weather conditions.
Pets and Animals, dance, snow, ice, breakdancing, shorts, cold, centipede, insect
Randy Parsons-Duff on 2/19/2011
Todd DeFazio on 1/11/2010
Hey guys, this is randy. i realized after i submited the video i forgot the thermometer. but that temperatur is actualy warm were im from. if you would like me to go a colder temp with a thermometer then plese ask and you may recieve if im in the mood :P
I had the same question Remi. Randy, no thermometer ?
absolutely right John. Nice catch!
13 Deg Fahrenheit is -10.5 Deg Celsius isn't it? not -4.5
here in canada thats not very cold and half the people could do that
Definitely called the worm.
I once split my chin open doing this dance.
Where I'm from we call this move "the worm".