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    You know what totally amazes me? When you're out somewhere and a couple gets up to dance together, and they dance like the spazziest spazzes in the whole world. Together. Like Elaine on Seinfeld x 1,000. I always wonder if they think they look cool, or if they know that they're spazzing, or if one thinks they're cool, but their partner can't dance at all, or what? It's just an interesting phenomenon to observe.

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    I'm usually not much of a dancer, however, I am fond of tango and swing.

    Sometimes it's nice to let go and let your partner have complete control over your bodily movements- and it's a nice way to test drive the product
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    Yes, that was a bit heavy.
    Let's face reality. She like a stereotypical man because the stereotypical man will provide for her.

    And dancing men are not stereotypical so she is afraid they won't provide for her.

    No, the right thing is for her to provide for herself and allow the man to dance for joy to his heart's content.

    And let's really face reality - she wants joy for herself but not for her man.

    Where's the joy in that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    What nonsense - only computer programs have preferences.


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    Ack!!!

    If you just *let your body go* and allow yourself to *feel* the music, wonderful dancing should naturally ensue.

    Dance is rarely about raw talent but rather is often about raw expression.

    The more you care about how you look, the worse your dancing will be.

    Dancing is about flow.

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    Dancing is letting the body do what the body wants to do.
    Let my mind explore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    Ack!!!

    If you just *let your body go* and allow yourself to *feel* the music, wonderful dancing should naturally ensue.

    Dance is rarely about raw talent but rather is often about raw expression.

    The more you care about how you look, the worse your dancing will be.

    Dancing is about flow.

    And of course, you're right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    You know what totally amazes me? When you're out somewhere and a couple gets up to dance together, and they dance like the spazziest spazzes in the whole world. Together. Like Elaine on Seinfeld x 1,000. I always wonder if they think they look cool, or if they know that they're spazzing, or if one thinks they're cool, but their partner can't dance at all, or what? It's just an interesting phenomenon to observe.
    omg...yeah...and really dancing in general is completely bizarre...i mean...the fact that your body has to respond that way trips me out...and you can really trip yourself watching the whole scenario...but...i love to dance...but the music has to be great...i can't fake it...some people just spaz out and have no clue what they're doing...freaks.

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    Victor, how interesting that you choose me to pick on.

    You obviously want to silence me in this thread for whatever reason so I will not comment in it anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    omg...yeah...and really dancing in general is completely bizarre...i mean...the fact that your body has to respond that way trips me out...and you can really trip yourself watching the whole scenario...but...i love to dance...but the music has to be great...i can't fake it...some people just spaz out and have no clue what they're doing...freaks.
    A spaz is, of course, a spastic. It is a term of abuse, like freaks.

    And how interesting that those who can give themselves to the music are abused as spastics and freaks.

    How bizarre to describe something so beautiful with such and ugly word.

    It reminds me of a woman who is glamourous on the outside but trash within.

    And although she is glamourous on the outside, when she looks from the inside, all she sees is trash.

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