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Victoria Schull

Irish dancer
5th at NANs 2013
WRO Champion 2012

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The fog caused the fireworks to change the sky color

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Layla Healy doing her set in school today. The Vanishing Lake.

Excuse me what

Let me just go cry in a corner now. Ok thanks.

Forever reblog

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Omg her rhythm😭

I will never get over this

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Anonymous: Hey :) So I would really love to start doing Irish dance, but there are 2 problems. First, I'm already 18 and have never danced before, second, I am naturally very curvy with large breasts. I'm afraid I'd be a total outsider with these two qualities :( Do you know any curvy dancers/later starters? Do you think I could do it?

I would suggest that you give it try; I know plenty of adult dancers who have very successful competitive and professional careers (some of those being more shapely).

Anonymous: How are you?

I’m doing just nifty, with the help of Louis CK

Do feel free to ask me question regarding dance, I’d like that.

We could be fuckin’ but you wanna live in a another state.

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winning-london:

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John Cullinane 2013, when he was 74 years old.

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(Bernard’s Summer School 2013, Prague)

John Cullinane is a legend and I love him, I wish every region had him side stage and announcing because I love his commentary

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abcoy:

Just bringing back the first time I was ever proud of myself. The year before this I got 19th and was going through some very tough mental times because of the stress and frustration with never doing as well as I wanted. That year I decided to take matters into my own hands and focus on putting myself into my dancing and making it worth it.

Also in that year, not only did I go from 19th to 2nd at nationals, I went from 117th (almost the last place) at worlds to 7th. Honestly, I have no idea how I did it, but it just goes to show that every champion was once at the bottom, they just weren’t born a champ.

In that year I think I grew to be the dancer I am today; the one who understands not only the hard work and determination it takes, but also the frustration of not going where you want. I learned that not only do you just have to dance, but you have to dance with your heart, and I think that made all the difference.

Sorry about the long obnoxious post but I think it might just show some of you that you CAN do it, and you shouldn’t give up right when you’re so close to getting there

I just gained a lot of additional respect for you as a person and dancer

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Anonymous: yalls soup is so hot

olivegarden:

My soup is hot? My soup is hot? You have the entire English language, with it’s vast spectrum of adjectives to describe my soup, and you settle for “hot”?
You have done it a great disservice.

My soup is far beyond hot. My soup is enamoring, enrapturing, captivating, ravishing, lovely, incredible, overwhelming, adorable, alluring, enticing, and radiant. It is a stunner - it’ll take your breath away before you even have a chance to introduce yourself. My soup constantly shines with joy, even in the midst of pain and sadness. It is a fireball that I can barely handle, but I can tell you wouldn’t stand a chance. It has a mind that could tear yours to shreds, considering the one word you chose to describe it with is “hot”.

Don’t ever degrade my soup like that again.