|I'm having a bit of a minicrisis.
||[Feb. 3rd, 2009|08:31 pm]
The Question Club
You know when things are just out of reach in the metaphorical bookshelf of your memory?
I'm trying to remember a one-liner, I'm pretty certain it's a Bill Bailey quote, but it was in the context of something very weird. And it was something along the lines of "it's like trying to imagine a giraffe..." and then it was doing something with a something (non-sexual) that produced a really, really weird mental image. And then he (if it was indeed Bill Bailey) said "go on, imagine it! isn't it kooky?" (Or something like that.)
Can anyone help me out and produce the quote?
Also, to any dancers, I've forgotten the name of a step. That one which usually goes across a stage, with a step ball change and then you sort of throw yourself into the air and do a scissor-kick kind of jump turning, then land one leg, then the other, and end up going in the same direction you started in. If that makes any sense.
Finally, what's the best - or worst, if it's a groan punchline - joke you've ever heard?
((Sorry for the the very messily written first two questions, but I can't get my thoughts together on them.))