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Serifu samples

BUTA: The Pig
The happy Pig likes to root about in the soft earth with his pink nose.
Eager, expectant, watchful.
The Call: "Oink! Oink! How about a bit of juicy swill"
The Reply: "Here Piggy Wiggy! Lots of lovely warm slops just for you!"
The Play: Thrust the hips forward and up with short jerky movements while jumping quickly towards your partner. Make low, enticing grunts. If thwarted, jump back and emit a startled squeal.

RYU: The Dragon
The crafty Dragon likes to breathe his fire into the dark jeweled cave.
Ravaging, vengeful, sly.
The Call: "Where are my precious jewels? My treasures? My trophies? Are they hidden in your dark cave?"
The Reply: "Come on hot stuff! Careful the iron gates don't snap shut and sever your burning tongue!"
The Play: With arms outstretched and fingers curled like claws, move forward warily with the knees bent. The hips may be flicked about spasmodically accompanied by the low seductive roar of a raging furnace.

SAKANA: The Fish
The playful Fish likes to wriggle through the weeds and dart into crevices.
Fun-loving, alert, sleek.
The Call: "Hey little sea anemone, your tiny red tentacles can't catch me!"
The Reply: "Can't they just! Let's wait and see!"
The Play: With arms held out from the body to simulate fins, dart enticingly about in front of your partner making cheeky bubble sounds through protruding lips.

MIKAKIUNINHIKOUBUTTAI: The UFO
The flashing lights of the UFO dip and flicker around the nighttime sky.
Mysterious, shiny, exotic.
The Call: "Where are you little alien? Let me find you with my probe!"
The Reply: "Come on stranger! Let's just see about you invading me!"
The Play: Clasp your hands above your head, bounce seductively while bleeping and blinking your eyes and occasionally twirling.

UMA: The Horse
From: "KOKIGAMI - The Intimate Art of the Little Paper Costume"
By Heather Busch & Burton Silver, Ten Speed Press, 1990, PB
The Call: "Where are my oats? Where is my straw?"
The Reply: "... my stable door is open, ..."
The Play: ...You get the drift.


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