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Slava's Snowshow at UCLA: Very Big Balls
It was unfortunate that we finally got to see Slava's Snowshow on closing night in January at UCLA Live because it was probably one of the coolest things and we wish we had time to warn you to go buy tickets. If it comes around again, you must see it. No questions asked.
This video is taken after the show was over when Slava and the clowns let out these huge-ass balls that we were allowed to play with. As you can see, at one point in the video, our friend is knocked down by one ball as she tries to push it.
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