Hi all, (do I get the newb post pig award yet?) Now that I’m getting slightly more proficient I have a few more basic technique and tact questions, if you experts would be so kind: What is the name of the move in which you put the arm of your partner behind their head and then slide your arms down each others? How do you end the above move, as far as footwork is concerned? If you dancing to a slower tune in closed position, where do you face your head? Is it considered to tacky to end a spin with another spin? How low do you dip your partner at the end of a song? Unrelated – Do you think it’s a cheap move to try to score some digits during or after the end of a dance? Do you ever turn down dances at socials? I don’t, but I think I might start – if I can find a polite-sounding way to do it. Do you think it’s impolite for me to make technique critiques to the less-experienced partners I have? I do it in a very polite respectful way, but I’m not sure how they are taking it – it seems to be alright. The toughest question of all – What new moves can I experiment with, so far I know basic spins/turns, see #1 above, cuddle, basic dip (and variations), and I think that’s about it. I know basic cha cha and basic closed position. I don’t know how to begin a turn/spin from closed position for example. Do you guys ever feel like you’re doing the same monotonous moves? I’m getting kind of shy about dancing now, because I like any uniqueness because I don’t know really enough moves to make for an interesting dance. »Jason PS – I’m freaking dying to test out my new shoes! I’m doing some leg exercises to my dips seem less like I’m straining. Also, I did try to read the post for newbies, but I didn't want to through the whole list and search for them all - old links are broke.