First I was totally blown away by this video.
Probably takes a fucking crazy amount of practice and coordination. Fucking cool for a bunch of (seemingly) middle-age working class dudes wearing suits and just popping, locking and dancing their hearts out. Choreography is also mind-blowing and super awesome.
Now watch this shit:
Genki Sudo is the main dude in World Order, the so-called lead singer and dancer. And WTF? He used to be an MMA fighter, competing and shit. As you can see in his video tribute, he was fucking kicking ass and took down an extremely fat shit at 6:15. Fuck, he even dances in the ring!
WTF effect on others
I am pretty sure many people, who have not heard of World Order or Genki Sudo would be like, “wow WTF?” when they watch both videos. It’s amazing that such a cool dancer/singer has what it takes to be and MMA fighter.I would definitely want to meet this guy and learn from him. I definitely DO NOT want to get on his bad side cause that would mean getting my ass kicked.
Just do your thing, and everything else follows through
Whether this, “WTF” effect is good or bad, I seriously love and respect people who just do their thing and shut out all noise from outside sources. Regardless of age, job, gender, status, class, looks or whatever that society and others expect the fuck out of you, just following your heart and doing your own thing is respectful and awesome in itself.
What I am trying to say is that as you grow up, people laugh, taunt or look down on you if you just love doing your thing. It’s sad that people measure worth with money, career, job and other typical shit when REAL shit (the ones that makes you happy and high) gets chucked aside. No doubt we need the typical shit to survive, and prosper in this world, but only you can truly know what’s best for you. Don’t grow up unhappy bitches!!!
So do I get laughed at? Yeah of course. Fucking 26 years old, still Bboying on dirty floors and blogging? Not really the best combination to “show off”. Am I fucking rich and earning a shitload? No. Am I getting sponsors or mad, major props from Bboying or just earning from it? No. Do I attract tons of beautiful women from the shit I do? Maybe, but I hope more in time.
A lot of people associate blogging with like… childishness. Oh well wtf, do I care? No. As shown in my About Me page, I got to complete this shit and follow through, and you can bet your typical ass I am going to be happy and loving it at the same time.