Before you rush out and buy your gimp costume for Irish Dancing, and sign up for classes with the O’Riada Academy of Irish Dance, you might consider what some students at the College of Agriculture’s Ag Fest at K-State did on Tuesday night.
Hypnotist and veterinarian Al Snyder entertained about 200 people, using 24 souls who volunteered to be hypnotized. The usual activities for hypnotists followed including telling volunteers that the temperature is colder and warmer.
Then, according to the K-State Collegian:
Snyder led four individuals to believe they were Irish and dancing a jig, along with a student who thought he was Mrs. Doubtfire. This student was very upset because his “dress was not modest enough to dance.”
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