Discussion in 'Videos' started by bordertangoman, Apr 12, 2007.
liked that. liked the music, too. boy, she's got lovely feet...
i agree. I was trying to find what the music was in the credits, but maybe I missed it.
There's also a shorter version here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-629zssP21Y
But the full is to see!
This video has won a contest: best original humorous idea.
The music is "Perdizione" and has been composed by Massimo Cermola.
I could kiss that foot!
where's peach... you saw how pretty her feet were, right...? that doesn't do anything for you, luv?
reminds me how pretty some latin dancer's feet are, the way they place them... nice.
I had to register just so I could comment on this video. That was so funny and thanks for posting it!
Welcome to DF, Bastet!
Where can I find a recording of the music?
Any suggestions of where I can find a recording of the music from this charming video? Thanks!
OMG! I loved this video. I have already sent it to my buddies! Thanks for sharing it.
Can't sleep. Bored. Found this while looking through old DF videos. Was greatly amused.
The last time I tried any fancy footwork with a trolley the entire thing tipped over! Happened many years ago but I've been anti-trolley dance for a while now...
thats real life for a tango sicko
...When I started TA I trained every free second, on the underground platform, or walking through a park, in the shopping mall a.s.o. I was addressed 3 times, and so I danced offhanded to the squeaky sound of my mobile handy: in a japanese garden in front of a tea house, in a shopping plaza, and on the mooring place of the habour ferry.... Today I know how bad I danced that days, but the atmosphere was always perfect then!
Has this one been posted?
the good folks of Bramshaw (Southampton) out strutting their stuff ! ...
I was searching for it, but couldn't find the long version.
Does anybody have it?
long version of the movie:
I know this has been around for a while, but I hadn't seen it before. Very funny.
It made me laugh, because I regularly dance with a shopping trolley in my local big store, particularly when its quiet, but usually Rumba, not Tango.
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