Dance Articles > What makes dancers more desirable?

Discussion in 'Dance Articles' started by Porfirio Landeros, Dec 22, 2005.

  1. Vesna

    Vesna New Member

    This article is inspiring me to go find a victim and tell him how I find him to be very symmetrical, wonder what response I'll get :)
  2. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    welcome to DF vesna
  3. Twilight_Elena

    Twilight_Elena Well-Known Member

    Good idea. I'll try that too. "Hey, you're very... symmetrical. :raisebro:"
    Welcome to DF!

    Twilight Elena
  4. mamboqueen

    mamboqueen Well-Known Member

    He'd probably ask the bartender for a refill *LOL* I gotta try that line.

    Welcome aboard!
  5. AzureDreamer

    AzureDreamer New Member

    He'll probably look extremely confused and ask if this isgoing to involve a "strap-on", a "friend", or both.
  6. waltzgirl

    waltzgirl Active Member

    Oh, I'm not putting her down. I used to be that girl (well, pretty enough to get a few dances, anyway). I actually like it that my dance scene is pretty much of meritocracy. Does my heart good to see the guys walk past the pretty young things to ask my 75-year old friend to dance. She's a terrific dancer. And since I'm not getting any younger . . . or prettier . . .
  7. Mr. Dance

    Mr. Dance New Member

    I think that depends on what environment you find yourself asking a guy that particular question :lol:
  8. Whirling Dervish

    Whirling Dervish New Member

    Body language goes a long way to make people desirable in a visual way.

    Eye contact is always useful. There's a personal confidence in eye contact, and years of dance lessons can't make one confident even s/he is a great dancer. Show the confidence first.

    Straight back, head up (but not too far), shoulders back--don't close yourself off. If you're sitting down at a table, turn your chair slightly out, not facing the table squarely. Hands apart slightly, again so you don't close yourself off.

    There is lots written about this stuff, but these were the basic things we told students who wanted to be asked to dance and never were.
  9. Sagitta

    Sagitta Well-Known Member

    Being able to dance?
  10. Whirling Dervish

    Whirling Dervish New Member

    Being able to dance???? Lol! Didn't even think of that, Sagitta-good response. :)

    I just think aside from being able to dance, there are things about a person that tell others he or she is open to being approached. I couldn't imagine being a good dancer and having many people ask me to dance if I'm sitting with my arms crossed and my back turned to everyone. I guess it could happen if I were really really really good. So I'd better go practice, yeah?
  11. RIdancer82

    RIdancer82 New Member

    Might possibly attempt this when I go dancing this weekend.... for research purposes of course ;) ..... I'll be sure to report back with my findings ;) :)
  12. Whirling Dervish

    Whirling Dervish New Member

    So did you give this a try, RIdancer? I'm really curious now.

    I've been thinking of trying it myself in different contexts just to see how it works.
  13. RIdancer82

    RIdancer82 New Member

    Oh man, I can't believe I forgot about it! I'm such a slacker!:oops:

    ok, so I'll make up for it....I'll try it randomly on multiple people for the next month or so and compile and tabulate the results and report back (of course, for entertainment sake, I can always report back w/ the initial findings from the first attempt :) )

    hmm..... I could have way too much fun w/ this..... doing research through flirting. sounds like this is right up my alley:D ;)
  14. Lucretia

    Lucretia New Member

    Once I got exact that compliment...about my back. But that was at the gym. Anyhow - I was happy about it. Don't know if I would be happy about it at the dancefloor.

  15. samina

    samina Well-Known Member

    what i wanna know is, who is this guy and where'd he get off to???:cool:

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