Top 10 Signs You Need To Relax More While Dancing

#1
"TOP TEN SIGNS YOU NEED TO RELAX MORE WHILE DANCING" by Heather Diodati

10. You're caught chanting "slow-quick-quick...slow-quick- quick..."
9. Your knuckles look like the rest of you is about to fall out of an airplane
8. If your eyes were any bigger, they would be considered for the headlights of the next Alero
7. You look like you just had a bath in starch
6. You and your dance partner haven't spoken to each other in 4 years
5. You're STILL mumbling "2-3-4...2-3-4..."
4. You're sporting a permanent grin that puts a zombie to shame
3. You had an offer to be one of the contestants at the next Wrestlemania
2. You're continously appologizing, "Sorry, hon, sorry, hon" while stepping on toes
...and the number one sign that you need to relax while dancing is... (drumroll, please):
1. Your partner sports permanent fingerprint tatoes on her arm.


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SDsalsaguy

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#2
MissAlyssa said:
...and the number one sign that you need to relax while dancing is... (drumroll, please):
1. Your partner sports permanent fingerprint tatoes on her arm.
Or his arms....womem can be just as guilty of the pincer grip of death...and sometimes its even worse because it then involves the talons of death as well!
 

Vince A

Active Member
#3
MissAlyssa said:
"TOP TEN SIGNS YOU NEED TO RELAX MORE WHILE DANCING" by Heather Diodati

10. You're caught chanting "slow-quick-quick...slow-quick- quick..."
9. Your knuckles look like the rest of you is about to fall out of an airplane
8. If your eyes were any bigger, they would be considered for the headlights of the next Alero
7. You look like you just had a bath in starch
6. You and your dance partner haven't spoken to each other in 4 years
5. You're STILL mumbling "2-3-4...2-3-4..."
4. You're sporting a permanent grin that puts a zombie to shame
3. You had an offer to be one of the contestants at the next Wrestlemania
2. You're continously appologizing, "Sorry, hon, sorry, hon" while stepping on toes
...and the number one sign that you need to relax while dancing is... (drumroll, please):
1. Your partner sports permanent fingerprint tatoes on her arm.


http://www.whimsies-online.com/dancingonair.htm
MissAlyssa . . . I wonder what these are for the guys????
 
#4
Vince A said:
MissAlyssa said:
"TOP TEN SIGNS YOU NEED TO RELAX MORE WHILE DANCING" by Heather Diodati

10. You're caught chanting "slow-quick-quick...slow-quick- quick..."
9. Your knuckles look like the rest of you is about to fall out of an airplane
8. If your eyes were any bigger, they would be considered for the headlights of the next Alero
7. You look like you just had a bath in starch
6. You and your dance partner haven't spoken to each other in 4 years
5. You're STILL mumbling "2-3-4...2-3-4..."
4. You're sporting a permanent grin that puts a zombie to shame
3. You had an offer to be one of the contestants at the next Wrestlemania
2. You're continously appologizing, "Sorry, hon, sorry, hon" while stepping on toes
...and the number one sign that you need to relax while dancing is... (drumroll, please):
1. Your partner sports permanent fingerprint tatoes on her arm.


http://www.whimsies-online.com/dancingonair.htm
MissAlyssa . . . I wonder what these are for the guys????
I dunno, I guess both. I just thought they were funny.
 

Phil Owl

Well-Known Member
#7
MissAlyssa said:
"TOP TEN SIGNS YOU NEED TO RELAX MORE WHILE DANCING" by Heather Diodati

10. You're caught chanting "slow-quick-quick...slow-quick- quick..."
Been there done that very early on :lol:


8. If your eyes were any bigger, they would be considered for the headlights of the next Alero
ROTFLMAO!!! :lol: Or such that maybe you'd be mistaken for a Great Horned Owl
 
#10
I've encountered several ladies who were literally shaking. I could feel it in their hands. It usually doesn't last long, but I'm never sure what to do.
 
#11
I saw the shaking thing once. The lady was new, and the man had been dancing for a long time. He stopped before he took a step and said "Justrelax. Now breathe." And she breathed with him, and they both laughed. Then, she was much better.
 

SDsalsaguy

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Staff member
#12
Don't know that I've ever had anyone actually shaking, but definately have had a few who were quite nervous and intimidated. I just tell them to relax, that it doesn't matter that they're a beginer, and that the whole point of dancing is to have fun. I then make sure to give them a really big smile the first time they don't follow something 100%, and then they see that I'm serious about having fun. After tht they seem to be a lot less nervous...and follow better to boot! :D
 

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