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    ^^^
    For PE one semester in middle school we learned Square Dancing. Really, I'm not kidding at all. I know it doesn't compare to Latin Dancing. I'll be quiet now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elektra Luxx View Post
    ^^^
    For PE one semester in middle school we learned Square Dancing. Really, I'm not kidding at all. I know it doesn't compare to Latin Dancing. I'll be quiet now...
    Hahahaha did anybody NOT do square dancing for at least a day in middle school? Most awkward thing ever!
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    What I really want : cha cha, rumba
    What I really can: bachata, salsa, kizomba

    KiZomba is the dance I won’t pair up with strangers. Salsa is fine, I just dance like I don’t care. Bachata is also fine but I get mad if the lead sucks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elektra Luxx View Post
    ^^^
    For PE one semester in middle school we learned Square Dancing. Really, I'm not kidding at all. I know it doesn't compare to Latin Dancing. I'll be quiet now...
    You think that's weird? I've learned gymnastics, learned figure skating from an Olympian (not a medal winner, but he went), and learned ballet, all from my private school's "gym" program as a kid. I credit that for my flexibility, which I'm not certain is a quality a man should be proud of..

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    Quote Originally Posted by baer45 View Post
    What I really want : cha cha, rumba
    What I really can: bachata, salsa, kizomba

    KiZomba is the dance I won’t pair up with strangers. Salsa is fine, I just dance like I don’t care. Bachata is also fine but I get mad if the lead sucks.
    I love to dance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elektra Luxx View Post
    I love to dance!

    Will you be the next Юлия Загоруйченко? LOL


    ps. just watched an interview of Riccardo Cocchi & Yulia Zagoruychenko. I don't believe everybody would have the passion and determination to pursue the career they have.

    I like to dance as no one is watching. Just to have fun. They dance to inspire others to dance.
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    I took some Salsa lessons, mainly because it was being taught by a former NBA cheerleader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selina M View Post
    Hahahaha did anybody NOT do square dancing for at least a day in middle school? Most awkward thing ever!
    Elementary school.

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    For Y'all "Kizomba" fans... Seriously, this is more like the sensual dance...

    This couple has the right kind of chemistry I was talking about. The real connection...



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    The real Kizomba.



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    Quote Originally Posted by baer45 View Post
    Wow, I wish I could move my behind like she does!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elektra Luxx View Post
    Wow, I wish I could move my behind like she does!
    If that's what you want, many dance studios offer a class called "Ladies Styling". In that class you can learn all about jiggling.
    Her pace and moves were accurate. She's a graceful dancer. The lead (guy) was awesome. Watch how he controlled every tiny move with his right arm, he "blocked" her without too much effort and she reacted to his "commands" perfectly. If you pay attention to how her chest connected to his chest, that's what made their dance so clean and neat. Jiggling was just part of it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elektra Luxx View Post
    ^^^
    For PE one semester in middle school we learned Square Dancing. Really, I'm not kidding at all. I know it doesn't compare to Latin Dancing. I'll be quiet now...
    All though elementary school, when the weather was bad and we couldn't go outside.

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    I used to live near a middle eastern restaurant that had a belly dancer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowpoke View Post
    I used to live near a middle eastern restaurant that had a belly dancer.
    I had several classes in college with a girl who was a belly dancer. She had an amazing figure and her tummy was rock hard and flat as a board. She was nerdy and geeky like me and super nice. We were study partners for a few semesters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elektra Luxx View Post
    I had several classes in college with a girl who was a belly dancer. She had an amazing figure and her tummy was rock hard and flat as a board. She was nerdy and geeky like me and super nice. We were study partners for a few semesters.
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    I used to live near a middle eastern restaurant that had a belly dancer.
    Why they have a belly dancer perform here - for kids - and I'm looking like wtf is that on her stomach??? They done forced the broad to "cover up" her stomach with some thick mesh fabric. Like these kids ain't seen a belly before or something like cotdamn! First time I ever saw a stomach censored lol

    The whole thing made me want to see if we have some other places here that have Belly dancers dressed how they usually dress....with their bellies out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baer45 View Post
    They have good dance style.

    Would have been hotter if he dipped her backwards at least once. But I noticed he did some side dip movement Ive never seen before.

    That spin where her legs are kind of off the floor looked cool

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