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    I'm confused about the part of the following in red.

    For example, it does not really matter if you cross your legs or use a backrest, or if you really prefer a posture involving a Hello Kitty soft doll on your head. As long as you can remain alert and relaxed, that is good.

    Does this refer to a posture "in which you put a Hello Kitty soft doll on your head"? Is this a kind of humorous expression?

    Thank you.

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    Re: involving

    Quote Originally Posted by unpakwon View Post
    I'm confused about the part of the following in red.

    For example, it does not really matter if you cross your legs or use a backrest, or if you really prefer a posture involving a Hello Kitty soft doll on your head. As long as you can remain alert and relaxed, that is good.

    Does this refer to a posture "in which you put a Hello Kitty soft doll on your head"? Is this a kind of humorous expression?

    Thank you.
    It means nothing to me I'm afraid.

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    Re: involving

    I can only suppose that it means standing up straight like you would have something on your head (in this case - Hello Kitty doll) that limits your movements.

    It sounds a bit humorous.

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    Re: involving

    Thank you for the answer.

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