Discussion in 'General Dance Discussion' started by Twilight_Elena, Jan 4, 2006.
hah joe, i like that one.
I remember from one scene in "Groovie Movie" where they put a man's hand print and a woman's high-heel print to show where said appendages shouldn't go.
So a woman's t-shirt showing where the guy's hand goes.
Which led to the international no-hand-hold symbol where the hand doesn't go.
Which led to a "Slow down! Speed bumps!"
Which led to remembering one woman's suggestion for an alternative two-hand hold in WCS.
The very first time I saw my dance buddy in Lindy class, I instantly knew that she was a salsera. The front of her t-shirt said "On 1".
"The last time I whipped someone, they said, 'Thank you'..."
"My favorite numbers are one, two, and three"...?
"There's a huge difference between one two three, and ONE two three..."
While dancing with my tango instructor, I thought:
Wow, this is getting really boring.
Then I thought:
Wait, that's my fault!
(I'm a lead )
now we need to think of an equivalent for follows...
A lot of dancers at my school have T-shirts that say, "I explained it when I danced it"
Didn't someone on here say that?
that was Margot Fonteyn actually
For us "Begining" Dancers
Elmer Fudd "Be Vewy Vewy Quiet..."
On Back " I'm Counting "
For followers :
salsa cheat shirt
On1 : 1,2,3... 4,5,6...
On2 : ...2,3,4 4,6,7...
And then even have a bunch of doodles about shines, sayings and holding positions.
i.e. Salsa: Don't grab knat. Bachata: Grab knat. Look at Eyes, not boobs!
haha i love this one
Just realized that I should explain: I read t-shirts for the articles. Really.
LoL. Good one.
"Stop staring at my boobs" in really small print is also a cute idea. Because then people try to read it and they stare at your boobs. Trapped!
glad you like it - have finally found an Aussie company (http://www.globalstyle.com.au/) where you can get your own shirts made up - thinking of getting one for wearing on my dancing travels this year
"Follow the Leader"
"SHHH...I'M COUNTING!" (variation on previous post)
hmmm..I seem to remember something like this from before...
here's it...a little dance related...though not as much... ;-)
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