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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    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.
    Oh Hmm, you know I like you. Why, when I was a little boy, I would always show the prettiest girl I liked her by throwing clods at her.

    She would of course always put on a show of outrage, but know that I secretly liked her.

    You know I can't resist you, and the worst punishment you could apply to me is your silence.

    So don't be cruel - be kind - make me happy - and speak to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post

    You know I can't resist you, and the worst punishment you could apply to me is your silence.
    You should write sometimes.
    Let me melt in your soul. Slowly, slowly, slowly..


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    Quote Originally Posted by INFJ* View Post
    You should write sometimes.
    A gnomic utterance from heaven.

    I don't know whether you mean - I should write.

    Or whether I should write - sometimes.

    Or whether it is a snide comment hinting at your deeper feelings.

    I hope it is hinting at your deeper feelings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    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.
    well...i was joking! i was referring to the elaine style dancing...all jerky and contorted...that's not dancing ...i don't actually think they even hear the music...feeling the music and spazzin out...is a totally different thing....and i happen to like both spazzes and freaks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    well...i was joking! i was referring to the elaine style dancing...all jerky and contorted...that's not dancing ...i don't actually think they even hear the music...feeling the music and spazzin out...is a totally different thing....and i happen to like both spazzes and freaks...
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    well...i was joking! i was referring to the elaine style dancing...
    lol.

    [youtube=5xi4O1yi6b0]Elaine[/youtube]

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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.

    But isn't it other people that ultimately judge how "good" your dancing is? Not criticizing you, just thinking...
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    some people might not like dane cook but i think he's hilarious. anyways, this clip of his i think is very apropos:

    MyPartyPost- Video Clip- Dane Cook- I Got to Dance

    as far as my own thoughts on the subject, dancing for women is the same as sports for men. this is a very gross generalization but i think it's close to the truth.

    1) both are fun
    2) they are group activities
    3) they are both forms of exercise which has a host of benefits but among them is the production of endorphins
    4) they both allow the participants to showcase their respective manliness or femininity

    women might ask of men, what fun do they get from tossing a ball around at each other for hours on end.
    I'm feeling rough, I'm feeling raw, I'm in the prime of my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    But isn't it other people that ultimately judge how "good" your dancing is? Not criticizing you, just thinking...
    There are two kinds of dancing - dancing for performance and dancing for joy.

    Most dancing we see is dancing for performance so we get a very strange impression of dance.

    Performance dancing is for other people and only rarely, if ever, dancing for joy.

    Performance dancing is essentially a commodity - it can be bought and sold - and is.

    While joy can only be experienced.

    But most of all, joy can be shared.

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    ^ Don't most people secretly dance in their living rooms and isn't this for joy? It's secret joy, but joy nonetheless. But then I do know some people who never dance at all.

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