General Dance Discussion > The sexiest partner dance of all time

Discussion in 'General Dance Discussion' started by Pacion, Aug 14, 2004.

  1. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    if that juicy little rationalization works, go for, and yes, we are responsible for what we do with our feelings;)
  2. SlowDancer

    SlowDancer New Member

    You know I was kidding about the "your fault" part, right?:)
  3. SlowDancer

    SlowDancer New Member

    You bet! I think we would have a lot of fun. The same goes for you, should you ever decide to make a trip to Clinton library country, let me know. My little backwater town is actually a pretty well-kept secret.
  4. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    even if you weren't, I love to be over-responsible...wouldn't know what to do without all that extra guilt;)
  5. SPratt74

    SPratt74 New Member

    That's true. Everyone has their own definition of sexy and I think that everyone sees this in what dances they like. So far, in all of my Swing training, I have yet to find it sexy. The first word that comes to my mind with Swing is fun not sexy whereas right away when I think of the Rumba, the first word that comes to mind is sexy. But this is why you have to find the right dances for you. I for one don't care for Swing, so I stopped dancing to it. I think it's fun, but I don't care for it. The dances that I enjoy are the ones that I do feel some sort of connection with it like how you say I guess. So yeah, interesting post. I like how you put it. ;)
  6. DWise1

    DWise1 Well-Known Member

    Which immediately brought to mind these lines from Tom Lehrer's song, Smut (written c. 1964 for That Was The Week That Was' reporting of the Supreme Court's decision about pornography):

    When correctly viewed, everything is lewd.
    I could tell you things about Peter Pan,
    and the Wizard of Oz ... there's a dirty old man!

    Remember, our largest sex organ is the brain. Almost anything can be sexy, depending on our frame of mind. And when two people (or more -- thinking of WCS four-play) are engaged in a three-way partnership (with each other and with the music) then the opportunity for a sexy dance is there. No dance is inherently sexy, but dances allow the opportunity for a sexy dance -- admittedly, some seem to be better at this than others, but don't count any of them out, not even merengue.

    It really is all in your mind.
  7. meow

    meow New Member

    Obviously, not sure. Should I have turned right? Or maybe left? :oops:
  8. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    dunno...coulda just been me...I was confused has been known to happen

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