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The Flashmob I was in
Rawcus Flashmob at Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia
Rawcus Flashmob at Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia
The Flashmob I was in

I was excited when my mum told me I could go in a flashmob. I did not know what it was really but I like to watch things on youtube , so I thought it would be fun to be on youtube. My aunty Maureen took me to Federation Square for the rehearsal. I was in green group. It was great fun. We had people showing us the moves we had to do. I really like the song. I want to listen to it again. There were heaps of people , some had disabilities and some did not. Then we had to go back to Melbourne and meet at Federation Square on the day of the flashmob. We practised a few times, then it was the real thing. It was great fun. We all came out. We did the moves. We listened to the song. Then we all went in again. Some people were watching us. It was exciting. But the best part was when I saw it on the computer. How cool was that. And I was in it. My sister and brothers have not done a flashmob. The flashmob can be seen at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OqKdh95gX8




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Bernice Clarke, Australia ,
6/22/2011 11:45:21 PM
Great story by Kez, I have not heard of a Flashmob before, you are teaching us all new things Kez.

Tim, Australia ,
6/20/2011 8:23:56 AM
go kez!

Colleen, Australia ,
6/19/2011 7:34:02 AM
I loved this story. I have not seen a 'Flashmob' before. Now I know all about it thanks to Kez.

Aaron Glenane, Australia,
6/19/2011 3:47:48 AM
Awesome work Kez. Great to see people with disabilities being an active, productive and essentially important part of our community. I think it's great to see people thriving. You obviously had a ball!

kim yearwood, Australia,
6/23/2011 11:40:11 PM
Well done Kez! Good heavens l had never heard of this before sounds like great fun!!!

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