Kyat phe khut Game

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Kyat phe khut Game

Uploaded: May 22, 2019 | Entered: August 22, 2019 18:13:37


Kyat phe khut Game

Literal translation: “rooster fight”
Briefly: “Myanmar Russian dancing”

A powerful gluteus maximus and physical endurance are required for victory. The two players – typically two females – squat on their haunches facing each other. Upon a signal they begin to shuffle so that their left elbow touches their right knee, and then their right elbow touches their left knee. Both players should be moving at the same, medium pace. There is no time limit – hence the importance of endurance – but if you fall over or stop, you lose. To pass the time (as well as to distract from stinging pain in their thighs) the pair sing a song.


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