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2 hours ago, sallycinnamon said:

 

Yes!

 

 

 

That boy is a true genius when it comes to the creation of suspense, excitement and anticipation. He sure knows how to keep us in suspense until the last minute and only relieve it when we were ready to give up on the idea of him doing ice shows this year.

We're like putty in his hands... and willingly so. How utterly boring life would be without him! :darklordyuzu:

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1 hour ago, Yuzu_GOAT said:

Yeah, I really want them to do some in sync choreo like that video that popped up on this thread a few weeks ago of the simultaneous 4T+spins. It is B E A U T I F U L to watch.

 

 

I missed this!!!!:64341262: Can anyone tell me the date it was posted?

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2 hours ago, yuzuangel said:

ugh nooo whyyy

lmaooo i was thinking the same. remember we talked about this. but hey lets just pray it means he thinks he is okay

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On 5/6/2019 at 8:49 AM, cvdnce said:

I am so glad you liked it!

 

On May 6, I sent an email to Erin d'Eon at The Cricket Club with the link to "Notte Stellata – A Ballet Tribute to Yuzuru Hanyu".

 

I had communicated with her before. I said that I was providing her with the link to a video of a ballet group rehearsing to do a performance in June as a tribute to Yuzuru Hanyu.

 

I said that Yuzuru may have already seen the video, but if he had not, I said that he should be made aware of the impact he has had on the world, even outside of figure skating. I said that his heartfelt performances had moved and inspired these young ballet dancers to pay tribute to him.

 

I received an immediate response from Erin on the morning of May 7:

 

"Hello George,

 

Thank you for your email and your kind thoughts for our skater and coaches. I have passed this email along to Yuzu's team.

 

All the best,

 

Erin"

 

In my reply to Erin thanking her, I referred to The Japan Times interview of Christina Valdes and article by Jack Gallagher and provided her with the link to the article and asked her to pass it on to Yuzu and his team.

 

Christina, I hope I see you at the ACI this year! (I'm the grumpy looking Japanese-Canadian guy in a wheelchair.)

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8 minutes ago, Geo1 said:

 

On May 6, I sent an email to Erin d'Eon at The Cricket Club with the link to "Notte Stellata – A Ballet Tribute to Yuzuru Hanyu".

 

I had communicated with her before. I said that I was providing her with the link to a video of a ballet group rehearsing to do a performance in June as a tribute to Yuzuru Hanyu.

 

I said that Yuzuru may have already seen the video, but if he had not, I said that he should be made aware of the impact he has had on the world, even outside of figure skating. I said that his heartfelt performances had moved and inspired these young ballet dancers to pay tribute to him.

 

I received an immediate response from Erin on the morning of May 7:

 

"Hello George,

 

Thank you for your email and your kind thoughts for our skater and coaches. I have passed this email along to Yuzu's team.

 

All the best,

 

Erin"

 

In my reply to Erin thanking her, I referred to The Japan Times interview of Christina Valdes and article by Jack Gallagher and provided her with the link to the article and asked her to pass it on to Yuzu and his team.

 

Christina, I hope I see you at the ACI this year! (I'm the grumpy looking Japanese-Canadian guy in a wheelchair.)

Such a thoughtful fan mate you are!!!

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hace 33 minutos , Geo1 said:

 

On May 6, I sent an email to Erin d'Eon at The Cricket Club with the link to "Notte Stellata – A Ballet Tribute to Yuzuru Hanyu".

 

I had communicated with her before. I said that I was providing her with the link to a video of a ballet group rehearsing to do a performance in June as a tribute to Yuzuru Hanyu.

 

I said that Yuzuru may have already seen the video, but if he had not, I said that he should be made aware of the impact he has had on the world, even outside of figure skating. I said that his heartfelt performances had moved and inspired these young ballet dancers to pay tribute to him.

 

I received an immediate response from Erin on the morning of May 7:

 

"Hello George,

 

Thank you for your email and your kind thoughts for our skater and coaches. I have passed this email along to Yuzu's team.

 

All the best,

 

Erin"

 

In my reply to Erin thanking her, I referred to The Japan Times interview of Christina Valdes and article by Jack Gallagher and provided her with the link to the article and asked her to pass it on to Yuzu and his team.

 

Christina, I hope I see you at the ACI this year! (I'm the grumpy looking Japanese-Canadian guy in a wheelchair.)

Yuzu has definitely the best fans ever!!!:10742289::68271401:

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38 minutes ago, Yuzu_legend said:

Yuzu has definitely the best fans ever!!!

That's because he's the best skater ever!!!

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3 hours ago, yuzuangel said:

ugh nooo whyyy

 

It is a vicious circle. We hear he has to be either off the ice for 2-3 months/or needs rehab for 2-3 months, and then we see him skating/jumping after only a short time... and then we find out he hasn't completely healed... and then he has to take more time off... the only time he really took time off from shows was after his foot injury in 2016.  I was really hoping he'd skip it all this summer, to be honest. 

 

But,  he is who he is so all I can do is smile/shake my head, hope he enjoys himself and that it all works out best for him in the end... and of course I"ll be watching, as much a fan as ever, eager for every little thing :) 

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52 minutes ago, liv said:

 

It is a vicious circle. We hear he has to be either off the ice for 2-3 months/or needs rehab for 2-3 months, and then we see him skating/jumping after only a short time... and then we find out he hasn't completely healed... and then he has to take more time off... the only time he really took time off from shows was after his foot injury in 2016.  I was really hoping he'd skip it all this summer, to be honest. 

 

 

Even the 2016 one was cos Orser put his foot down & said publically Yuzuru was not in any condition to skate.

 

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If anything, he and his team won't risk the injuries just for ice show, he's one of few skaters doesn't have any financial problem. He skipped alot of competition and ice show in the past to recover too.  I'm glad he will do Faoi, I took it as a sign that he must be well enough to skate. Yuzuru love ice shows and he deserve some great time with his friend and hometown crowd before new season. 

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В 08.05.2019 в 22:45, ruruzest сказал:

I remember reading some posts saying it’s some kind of vitamin powder drink and also saw Yuzu either putting the powder or squeeze some liquid  into his bottle. Iirc he also said it doesn’t taste good! 

 

В 08.05.2019 в 23:06, yuzuangel сказал:

I think it's Amino Vital?

 

thanks!

https://www.amazon.com/Japan-Health-Beauty-Ajinomoto-123gx6/dp/B013S74SBS

Ajinomoto Amino Vital GOLD jelly drink 

so that's why it is jelly)))

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11 hours ago, cvdnce said:

I am still wrapping my head around the fact that I had 1000 likes for the original tweet.  Let alone 17500 views on YouTube, and now this article.  I was just speaking the truth about Yuzuru’s artistry and inspiration.   That’s all.

I hope you can make it to ACI, I was wondering if you might consider it, I'm definitely planning to go too! It's a great way to start attending competitions, very affordable (especially for us North Americans) as well as being one great big Yuzu-love fest (although any of his competitions are pretty much that by now, just not quite as affordable!). The biggest downside is we don't get to see an exhibition program BUT we usually get costume reveals, and first glimpse of new programs.

 

Also, Ghislain, Traci and Brian are frequently cruising the venue so you could even have a chance to chat them up a bit and mention your tribute ... you know, just if it happens to come up somehow :winky:

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22 hours ago, makebelieveup said:

 

 

 

 

 

Me yesterday: Somewhere between sad and dry cactus

Me today: Blooming cactus

What a difference a day made...twenty-four little h...h...hanyu!!

 

A thought of Yuzu filled weekends starting at the end of May made me so happy but can't help feeling a bit guilty. It's because a part of me fearing that Yuzu may still not be recovered fully but had decided to do ice shows bc he knows fans are missing him. I strongly hope he should know what's doable and what's not for his current condition (or is it more like what matters to him the most at a particular moment like at CoR...:13877886:). 

Anyway, if he's decided ice shows are doable, I'm just going to enjoy whatever Yuzu decides to show us. Last year, our thread of Faoi was full of wtf and wth at the debut of Dory the WoW. I can't wait!!!! Streaming party would be great:tumblr_inline_n18qr7hmfk1qid2nw: What will we get this year? Can Yuzu come up with something that can exceed space kitty or cherry blossom fairy?  

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Just found this in my Twitter timeline and I can't stop laughing :xD:

 

Maybe some of you haven't seen it yet... 

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