How do you get the fuzzy dog gopher thing crying cactus scared alien dancing sheep laughing cat turtle with sunglasses dancing hippo and ocotpus in frogtastic 2?
There are many. I suggest that you go to Wikispeicies and cruise the branch Superregnum: Eukaryota Regnum: Animalia Subregnum: Eumetazoa Superphylum: Protostomia Phylum: Mollusca Classis: Cephalopoda Subclassis: Coleoidea Cohors: Neocoleoidea Superordo: Octopodiformes Ordo: Vampyromorphida - Octopoda http://species.wikimedia.org/wiki/Octopodiformes
No, according to imdb.com: In the scene where Johnny and Baby are practicing dancing, and she keeps laughing when he runs his arm down hers, it was not part of the scene, she was actually laughing and his frustration was genuine. They left it because it was effective. Her falling over in this scene was unplanned too.
one day a boy's mother saw a dancing bear in the month of June by the school courtyard master of the bear was standing with a chain , bar and a whistle. Thebear did many tricks like dancing , somersaulting etc. the boy was also laughing but soon as he saw the sad face of the bear he stopped laughing. People would pay the bear one money. the sad bear who lost its freedom was…
Why might it be less dangerous to wear no sunglasses than to wear sunglasses that do not block UV light?
Depending on the context, "laughing" can be translated by the noun risus, -i, m., "laughter" ("Your laughing is getting on my nerves") the infinitive ridere, "to laugh" ("Laughing is good for your health") the gerund ridendum, -i, "laughing" ("He responded by laughing") the present participle ridens, -ntis "laughing" ("He stood before me laughing")