#78. Dancing. With a lady.

Until the 1960’s, dancing was a stylized, calculated checklist of dos and donts.  With controlled rhythms and beats never exceeding 8th note tempos, it was quite easy to stay afloat on the dance floor.  The 1970’s twisted our vanilla dance routines, forcing us to get funky fresh with the emerging disco and hip hop scenes.  By the 1980’s, Studio 54 and punk rock stole the scene, prompting an anything goes kit of snowy moves and moshing for the masses.  The 1990’s, well, they had ska.

In this futuristic time we call the present, when entering a venue which prompts fancy footwork, style and class are usually checked along with the coats.  Hips are thrust, asses are grabbed, and the proverbial bed is unmade on the dance floor.  As close to a public sex fantasy as this may be, it is sure to drive a classy girl far (far) away, especially a stranger you met at the bar.  Have fun with your dancing.  Girls are attracted to a guy who plays with the music rather than humps it.

Stay confident and classy while having your fun, even in the gyrating, sexed up jungle that is the dance floor.  And if you are bent on snagging a lady, your chances will greatly improve if you do not leave the imprint of your fingers on their bodacious behind and a rug burn on their face.   That’s an OBA guarantee.

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2 thoughts on “#78. Dancing. With a lady.

  1. Great advice! I love to dance. I learned some ballroom dance steps and I learned to jive. Loved every minute of it. Hopefully, I will get back to dancing when this RA disease is controlled or leaves entirely. For now, I dance in my mind.

  2. In this futuristic time we call the present, when entering a venue which prompts fancy footwork, style and class are usually checked along with the coats. Hips are thrust, asses are grabbed, and the proverbial bed is unmade on the dance floor.

    Footloose. Kick of those Sunday shoes.

    As close to a public sex fantasy as this may be, it is sure to drive a classy girl far (far) away, especially a stranger you met at the bar. Have fun with your dancing. Girls are attracted to a guy who plays with the the music rather than humps it.

    In addition to its purposes in celebration, group dancing (a la polite society) was a way for men and women to talk to each other “unchaperoned.” So ritualistic, so expected…to know these dances.

    I’d like to add to your remark that…. one human being is drawn to another who circumnavigates the time-space continuum.

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