Dating a salsa dancer


17-Aug-2016 18:10

and by dancing I mean anything involving dancing, which could include (but is not limited to): breaking it down in the clerb, dancing at a bar, dancing ON a bar at a dive, going to see a dance performance, taking a dance class, or (my favorite from personal experience) dancing in the park for money.. Everyone knows that dance skills are correlated to bedroom skills.

I have "fallen in love" in love with two dance partners in my past, dated a (different) dance partner for 5 years, and am now currently dating a dancer in what appears to be the most serious relationship since my last serious relationship, so seeing the signs early on has become a honed skill. As Shakira says, hips don't lie, and if he can move those hips beautifully while clothed and standing up, I would like you to imagine the possibilities of your future…

I've gone ahead and listed the most obvious one first.

"interactions." I'm not saying that people can't be good in the bedroom outside of dancing- of course there are other factors that can make non-dancers great in bed.

i guess it's hard for me to describe myself but a normal guy with a lot of sense of humor would be smething to begin with.

That being said, if your date looks like he's a struggling robot when tunes start playing, there's definitely a chance that a struggling robot you will get in the bedroom. and maybe he can, but what he is dancing to is just as important as how he dances to it.

Everyones taste is different so I'm not knocking any genres of music here.

Aside from maybe a quick stop at the bar for much needed refreshments, or a lull in the DJ set, there will really be minimal talking involved.

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I personally hate those first dates where you sit and play question ping pong, feeling like you're basically sitting through an interview (where if you don't have any insightful questions for the interviewer back, then you don't get the job). like a reactionary back and forth where you instinctually move along with another person (sort of like improv).If they can't handle being told how to do something by a professional, good luck getting them to listen to you. I once went to a show and witnessed someone and their date lay on a bar stool and "swim" to the music.