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Why do you keep your legs far apart when you have to stand in the aisle of a bumpy riding bus?


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2007-05-20 18:45:05
2007-05-20 18:45:05

because on a moving bus never mind a bumpy one it is hard to find a centre of gravity standing up. having open legs gives a greater space to have a the center there by maxamising the amount of balance you have. hope this helps

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