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Lovejoy 5:52 Mon Nov 28
Are you a good dancer?
I am sh#t.

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Northern Sold 2:35 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
What so the odd synchronised hand clap makes it line dancing... ha ha ha... okey doke BRANDED

So you have Rave dancing...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpeYrbOeVqE

or N/Soul dancing.... no contest...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L__yd2LlhAE

Oh and top choon... Crying over You - Duke Browner by the way

Side of Ham 12:47 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
In my younger clubbing days I could dance a bit to soul/jazz funk music and then onto house/garage. Nowadays if those moves were emulated I would just look like a silly old cunt like Swiss does every time he goes out with the yoofs of today at the weekend......

Tomshardware 12:46 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
Ag kenzo.

Mr Kenzo 12:43 Tue Nov 29
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*The problem with Northern Soul is they all just do three moves. Its like shit uncoordinated line dancing by pilled up northern mongs.*

Hahaha

zico 12:40 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
Thought I could dance as a kid, but er no I can't. Realised that as 14 when a teacher persuaded me to take part in the schools disco dancing competition. I stupidly accepted and waggled away to Adam Ants Goody Two Shoes in black PVC jacket and trousers thinking the girls were screaming,,,, They weren't they were laughing! Didn't help that my performance was sandwiched between the two best body poppers in the school and a girl who went on to be a professional dancer! Think The Inbetweeners and you won't be far off on cringe!!

Mike Oxsaw 11:58 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
My daughters (no links) have all said that they're not getting married until I promise to not dance at their respective weddings, so, yes, guess I'm Romford's very own Gene Kelly.

ted fenton 11:52 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
I was the winner of the John Collier dance competition in 1967 at Osmington bay Pontins !!

So There.

BRANDED 11:39 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
The problem with Northern Soul is they all just do three moves. Its like shit uncoordinated line dancing by pilled up northern mongs.

BRANDED 11:37 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
Thats not rave

Northern Sold 11:35 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OA7XxOATwlI

Compare Northern Soul shuffle...

or

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3b9D4ur_DM

Some old skool street dancing...

Northern Sold 11:28 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
`Rave was excellent as the dancing was as imaginative and creative as the music`.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOMT3bRJXOo


Ha ha ha... yeah right ho... and then they sobered up 2 days later... absolute shocking

Swiss. 11:25 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
When I’m dancing with myself

BRANDED 11:21 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
The dancers I despise are those who have learnt a couple of moves and thats all they do but they think its enough and impressive but, theres nothing worse than that dancing with the cigarette dance.
Rave was excellent as the dancing was as imaginative and creative as the music. You could do anything as long as you DID it.

The most challenging dance is Jazz dance. Its impossible to wing it. You need a lot of good moves and every part of your body needs rhythm.

Far Cough 11:03 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?

I bet she was fucking chaos in bed.


ag ag ag

Mad Dog 11:01 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
You need a little natural rhythm. I started clubbing in the 90s through 2000s. Lots of house and trance. I also dj'd a little (mainly bedroom). The style of music might have something to do with it. Used to have a girlfriend who was at a performing arts college. And used to piss her right off that I was better at dancing naturally in clubs than she was.

I don't enjoy dancing to rnb or garage etc, it's a very different style and I don't like the music. So I generally used to turn around and walk off thr dance floor. Cheesy tunes were OK to dance to.
Mate of mine and I used to like it if the club was really poncy and full of posers. We used to do dad dancing and pull out all the deliberately bad moves as a piss take. Most realised we were taking the piss, but you'd occasionally get someone that thought we were being serious. Which made it funnier to us.

But I agree with the comment about it being very hard to dance out of time. My dad did that somehow, and I physically can't dance out of time.

Kaiser Zoso 10:54 Tue Nov 29
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bruuuno 10:02 Mon Nov 28
Re: Are you a good dancer?
Nowadays he’s more into breakfasting

LOL

joyo 10:51 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
Texas 10.13....moved onto graveyards l hear now...you dig?

Kaiser Zoso 10:35 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
We used to know a bloke whose wife was brilliant to watch when dancing, because she had no idea about timing. We tried to mimic her, and it's actually quite hard to do, trying to dance so you don't keep to the beat.

I bet she was fucking chaos in bed.

BRANDED 10:29 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
At funk and soul clubs you really needed to have some moves. Disco less so. Rock? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. I always thought disco and house is dance music for cunts who cant dance. Rock is for people who cant dance and dont like music.

Wils 10:13 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
Can't dance, won't dance. I am far too self conscious too abandon myself to the dance floor. Tried a few times in my teens/twenties but just embarrassing and everyone prefered that I stopped. I don't believe that 'anyone can do do it' some of us are just incapable.

So made the decision I was doing less damage to my chance of pulling by sitting on my own at the bar while everyone else was enjoying themselves. In the main I just never went clubbing or anywhere where I might be expected to dance. Cost me a few missed opportunities but I did alright considering.

riosleftsock 12:59 Tue Nov 29
Re: Are you a good dancer?
Still remember from going to places like the Shannon or Room at the Top, anything went, nobody cared through to going to Hollywood where there seemed to be some sort of accepted dance standard. Weird place. Fun, but very dodgy people.

Then there was the school summer party at my son's school in dagenham years ago where I turned up and noticed most of the staff seemed a bit pissed and I was unimpressed but had a few glasses and then heard MC Hammer "Can't touch this!" and decided I could easily do this. I still get reminded of this to this day.

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