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Old 12-08-2014, 07:57 PM   #21
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I am not a dancer but I don't think it is a dead or dying thing.
A few shots of moonshine and you'll see.
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Old 12-08-2014, 08:00 PM   #22
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Is jiggling considered dancing?
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This is the most accurate painter's dance:

(Brace yourselves, they even incorporate paint cans and a ladder)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAQRZbMlpwk


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My wife was a professional competitive ballroom dancer for a number of years until she fractured her spine. Her teacher / partner was some kind of world champion and another trainer was a choreographer on "So you thing you can Dance" TV show. She still teaches it as one of her biggest money makers at her studio. People wanting wedding dance lessons are willing to pay and sometimes she can't have enough open time slots.
When we got married she told me we were not doing "The Romantic Sway" !!!
"Oh Crap" I say, but fully expected it.
That was the longest 4-6 hours of her life trying to teach me. I had to know why everything was called what it was and why it seemed backwards. But it came out good and she was very happy with it.

Fast forward 5 years and we haven't done it since except the occassional wedding we go to and I fully embarass her.

And don't even mention Arthur Murray to a professional dancer. I made that mistake once while her partner was around. He scolded me about it and then when we got into the car she REALLY let me have it. A 30 minute rant about how awful they were and never teach it right, not using proper terminology and teachers who aren't qualified to teach.
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My wife was a professional competitive ballroom dancer for a number of years until she fractured her spine. Her teacher / partner was some kind of world champion and another trainer was a choreographer on "So you thing you can Dance" TV show. She still teaches it as one of her biggest money makers at her studio. People wanting wedding dance lessons are willing to pay and sometimes she can't have enough open time slots.
When we got married she told me we were not doing "The Romantic Sway" !!!
"Oh Crap" I say, but fully expected it.
That was the longest 4-6 hours of her life trying to teach me. I had to know why everything was called what it was and why it seemed backwards. But it came out good and she was very happy with it.

Fast forward 5 years and we haven't done it since except the occassional wedding we go to and I fully embarass her.

And don't even mention Arthur Murray to a professional dancer. I made that mistake once while her partner was around. He scolded me about it and then when we got into the car she REALLY let me have it. A 30 minute rant about how awful they were and never teach it right, not using proper terminology and teachers who aren't qualified to teach.
Lucky man marrying a woman with a dancers body.
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As was the ilk of my peers, we were sent to dancing school in sixth and seventh grade. Waltz, foxtrot, all that crap. It was a means to meet one's "social equals".

The WW was sent to a competing yet identical "dancing school".

I don't think we ever danced that type of dance except at our wedding, and when her father cut in, we had made sure that The Blue Danube would be the song for them - John's (my f-i-l) favorite.

I know I could do it if I had the will, just don't got the will.



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