Discussion in 'General Dance Discussion' started by Spitfire, Jun 5, 2006.
Rings can bother the hold we have on your hand in the non-Standard dances.
A reason to wear undergarments- :shock:
I think she has on the nude dance panty......
Exactly why I prefer colors. That, and the fact that "nude" generally doesn't relate to my skin color. :lol:
That picture is SO disturbing.
Oh, ick! Ick!
Both pictures (her, and Mr. Bicep) are just disturbing and disgusting.
I dunno... Mr. Deltoid doesn't bother me so much.
Well the good thing for you is that you'd actually be able to tell it was a panty. When your skin is *that* close to the color of the panty, people will be chatting for sure!
I give her high fives for being able to pull off that pose, however.
that is a deltoid, not a bicep.
my bad! I was otherwise preoccupied
you will note the lack of necklace(s), too!
confirmed necklace-less-ness. approved.
I have a torn hamstring which is currently making anything like that near to impossible...and no matter how hot she is...I am just so grossed by that shot
Me neither .
Still squicks me out.
Thank goodness DH is not built like that--'twould be such a turnoff.
But, hey...whatever floats y'all's boats.
What, you like 'em scrawny and pasty?
No, I don't prefer scrawny and pasty. I really don't like that much muscle is all. Nicely toned with definition is good...but when a muscle bulges and it just ends up looking like a growth...that's nasty.
Although I'd err on the side of scrawny over built any day--I like the very thin willowy look. Nicely toned and tanned, of course. ;-)
Ow! :headwall: Been there, done that. Hammies are some of the worst, in terms of The Injury That Just Won't Go Away. :shock: Rest it as much as your can, make sure you're good and warmed up and stretched before you dance (or anything else strenuous). Wrap it if that helps, although a lot of the time it doesn't. Other than that, you just have to bear with it and don't over-extend until it gets better. Take care of yourself. :kissme:
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