Discussion in 'Salsa' started by Sabor, Jul 13, 2005.
(if it applies) do/did u imagine dancing with?
comon give some juicy stuff :lol:
Josie Neglia ..
Roger Rabbit's wife in ''Who Framed Roger Rabbit"..
I don't fantasize cos eventually the mountain comes to mohammed or mohammed climbs the mountain
perhaps fantasize is a too strong word.. yes hmm.. i believe it is .. maybe imagine is more correct..
so.. adding to my list:
My twin (if he existed) we can do cool shines n'stuff
:lol: :lol: i'd never've thought of that but it really sounds cool.
with myself coz i would like to know firsthand how i lead and how i follow
sometimes i wished i were good enough a lead to step in with the big guys when they're joking around at congresses.. 8)
oh yes i know.... Fernando Tropical Gem....
:lol: :lol: :lol:
any salsera under the sign of scorpio! cause if u dont know.. i'll tell u right now .. WOW 8)
Pygmalion.. on the condition she doesn't keep posting on DF during the dance LOL
Does horizontal dancing count?
if u think it counts.. then it does.. que no?
Mais oui, does it count.
OK- one of my university students, YM, totally gorgeous and he doesn't know it. No, no worries, I took a cold shower and the thought went away(for like 2 minutes! :lol: )
Ay, ay, ay! Never trust a professor who dances salsa
no no.. i think its just, never trust cocodrilo.. period :lol:
which is a good thing far as i'm concerned :mrgreen:
Well, what a way to have fun, no? get her talking about salsa and the class will just fly by. Take her out dancing until 6 in the morning and when both of you cannot focus you can share, rather then suffer alone. :lol:
only on the condition you don't call us "mental cases"
And if you turn out to be a great dancer, you might not have to take the final exam! Heck, maybe you'll even get an A in the class!
Hmmm, never thought about that one! (Good idea, heh heh!)
I'm a Scorpio... :twisted:
Love to salsa/mambo, too! (of course!)
The answer is Jessica. :bouncy: I was 19 she was 21. And we were both in Peru. She lived there. I was visiting. An absolutely gorgeous (read--hot!) girl! I'm sure we did dance together. But not as I would have liked. :twisted:
I'm sure it was salsa. Peru would have been my first dancing experience. In fact, dancing was a large part of their culture and probably put the dancing bug in me. That's where I learned to shake my shoulders. :mrgreen: I even did my first waltz there at a quincianera. I was to have the first dance after her father. But it was a waltz and I didn't know how to dance a waltz. So I watched her father and did what he did. :mrgreen:
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