Question of the day

Boxing or ballet?

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8 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Joy says:

    I’m assuming this really means the arts over sports which would have me pick boxing. I actually don’t care for either. I loved dancing ballet for my whole childhood and tweens but I never liked watching it.

  2. skl1 says:


  3. BreOfficialBlog says:

    I would have to say Ballet as I consider myself quite a Balletomane ( Ballet Enthusiast/Fan) = )

  4. Nikki says:

    Boxing! I don’t like the ultimate fighting, but I do enjoy a good boxing match.

    I had a friend growing up, and she was real ballerina. Her toes were pretty messed up by the the age of 16.

    • skl1 says:

      I have never learned dance, but I sure do enjoy watching it.

      I agree it can mess your body up, but so can boxing, which messes with your brain.

      I’m a fan of Mohammad Ali, but in general, I don’t care for boxing. I guess I’d seen enough of it before I finished elementary school.

      • Nikki says:

        I wouldn’t want to do either for those reasons. I’d never met anyone that was in ballet, so when I saw her toes I was a bit freaked out! lol I’ve seen some bad cauliflower ears too! No thanks!

  5. Laura says:

    Ballet. I danced for years as a child, and finally (FINALLY!!) went en Pointe when I turned 12. I still have my pointe shoes. But alas, my love of horses is stronger than my love of the dance, and I finally convinced my parents to let me take riding lessons, but I had to give up the dancing. I was happy to do it. I miss them both now, but I don’t regret a second of that dancing. It taught me balance, posture, I’d like to even think I have a little grace thanks to them.

    My feet *look* fine, but I do have some arthritis in the base knuckle of each big toe. Usually it doesn’t bother me, unless I wear heels…. then it’s awful.

    Not a boxing fan at all. I’m ok with the martial arts, probably because of the discipline that is instilled with them.

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