Discussion in 'Ballroom Dance' started by fascination, Oct 4, 2007.
Yes, welcome to Df super86!
wellcome and welldone! you made me smile!!!
a woman has one body and one leg. she cannot put her body here and her leg there.
"you make me feel like a really strong man."
I think he was slightly offended after I laughed at this comment. lol At least it was meant as a compliment (i think)!
Not by a coach, but I was mentioning that my pros and coaches have told me I need to be softer - and i couldn't even finish my sentence because my father-in-law just burst into laughter. The idea of me as soft at all is cause for instant hilarity! Sigh :S
"Your dancing is like one of those fake Louis Vuitton's"
"You can be a little more manly."
- Was told this by my instructor when first learning how to do a swingout. Apparently I wasn't applying enough force/pull/stretch & release when going into the turn.
My instructor told me... If you dance (foxtrot) so slowly the girl will go to sleep with you !!!! What he meant was that she would go to sleep coz it was so slooooow
Till this day I keep thinking that I need to dance it real slow!!
After attempting a backward runaround: "You [me] are awkward and you [my partner] are boring. Let's fix that." He was just so deadpan that we couldn't help but laugh.
Welcome to DF annyu8!
Just laugh-snorted at work. Too funny!
Coach: You're like a *Russian word*
Me: What's that?
Coach: It's this type of fish that has very short memory.
Hmm...I recently got a 'Cirque du Soleil' and 'defying the laws of gravity' comment...and NOT in a good way! (More of a 'I have no idea how you're doing that, it's so awful you should have fallen over!)
LOL! This... I hear the same type of thing more often than I'd like to admit.
Something similar said to us one time, by a brand new coach no less.
"Um, yeah, don't ever do that again."
Said to me, after I totally botched a spot turn but managed to two-foot my way back into the pattern: "That was so wrong it was right!"
that was so wrong it was right! wow!
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