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Do you lurk, on the dance floor?

post #1 of 22
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In my BB sack, and EG caps, it feels uncomfortable to bust the move with "drop it like it's hot" . 1 am on the edge, of the dance floor, head against the wall, try to look 1/2 asleep to the others (having fun).I don't know nada, about the merengue. Cold lurking on the dance floor, and after, go home in defeat and sadness. Did you?
post #2 of 22
I find it difficult to dance in proper leather shoes; sneakers are essential. Perhaps your EGs are preventing you from getting down.
post #3 of 22
I like the wiggliness that leather soles allow, but I try to stay away from places with beer-soaked dance floors.

Tom
post #4 of 22
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Originally Posted by tiger02
I like the wiggliness that leather soles allow, but I try to stay away from places with beer-soaked dance floors.

Tom
you mean like, say, Kuwait?
post #5 of 22
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Originally Posted by m@T
you mean like, say, Kuwait?
Yeah man, there is definitely no threat to my leather soled shoes here. Or my sobriety
post #6 of 22
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
I find it difficult to dance in proper leather shoes; sneakers are essential.

I find I can only really dance in leather-soled shoes. It makes it a lot easier for spins, turns, and slides.
post #7 of 22
It's not so much the soles but the inflexibilty of the entire shoe compared to a sneaker. I suppose it depends on the dancing style: certainly in formal dancing (waltzes, etc) leather shoes would be optimal but for club dancing where there is more jumping I think a more flexible shoe is best.
post #8 of 22
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
I find it difficult to dance in proper leather shoes; sneakers are essential. Perhaps your EGs are preventing you from getting down.


Perhaps, but for the moon walking, I think leather soles are good.

Do you know what kind of shoe James Brown wears?
post #9 of 22
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Originally Posted by fkl118
I find I can only really dance in leather-soled shoes. It makes it a lot easier for spins, turns, and slides.

I agree. It's real tough to do the twist in rubber soles. They squeak.
post #10 of 22
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Not many here, go for the discoteque?
post #11 of 22
I am never bothered by dancing in leather or rubber soled shoes. Though in a BB sack it might be hard to drop it like its hot. consider wearing khakis and a polo shirt with a sweater on your shoulders. Penny loafers for added coolness.
post #12 of 22
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Originally Posted by Vaclav
In my BB sack, and EG caps, it feels uncomfortable to bust the move with "drop it like it's hot" . 1 am on the edge, of the dance floor, head against the wall, try to look 1/2 asleep to the others (having fun).I don't know nada, about the merengue.

If you're into Bukowski, that's poetry, man!
post #13 of 22
There's a club if you'd like to go
you could meet somebody who really loves you
so you go, and you stand on your own
and you leave on your own
and you go home, and you cry
and you want to die
post #14 of 22
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Originally Posted by denimdestroyedmylife
There's a club if you'd like to go
you could meet somebody who really loves you
so you go, and you stand on your own
and you leave on your own
and you go home, and you cry
and you want to die

This is more or less how I felt, but without wanting to die.

Roma,

I met a Bukowski once, at the beer garden.He spoke like a normal person, to my ear.
post #15 of 22
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Originally Posted by Vaclav
This is more or less how I felt, but without wanting to die.

Roma,

I met a Bukowski once, at the beer garden.He spoke like a normal person, to my ear.

Many have been met, by Bukowski at a beer garden. A poet does not always reveal himself, with the first listen.
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