Are flat chested women easier to dance with?

Joe

Well-Known Member
#81
pygmalion said:
LOL. One of my former ballroom teachers, who was very, very gay, absolutely hated dancing in body contact for that reason. He couldn't stand the idea of breasts anywhere near him.
Maybe he'd rather teach men, and teach them to press their junk against his.
 
#82
Joe said:
pygmalion said:
LOL. One of my former ballroom teachers, who was very, very gay, absolutely hated dancing in body contact for that reason. He couldn't stand the idea of breasts anywhere near him.
Maybe he'd rather teach men, and teach them to press their junk against his.
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
#83
Lita_rulez said:
squirrel said:
I can promise a very short, tight and sexy skirt, but NO CLEAVAGE when we dance in Paris, Lita!
As a rule of thumb, I go for cleavage.

Then again, Confucius said : "rules are made to be broken"



Let's face it, who am I to argue with two thousand years of wisdom ;)
But remember, Confucius hated(or disrespected) women, so his thoughts on this subject are not relevant.
 
#88
emanuela said:
newbie said:
Joe said:
What's wrong with breasts touching your chest?
What's wrong with eating a worm? It's full of proteins. But I don't like it.
(Well, I suppose I would not like it. And the worm would not like it.)
I'm not sure if I "appreciate" the comparison of a voluptuous chest with a worm. ... :roll:
Hey, do you have stereotypes against worms? They are all individuals, so before you judge them, try to get to know one, and you'll see that there are some really nice worms out there too.

Besides, it's not the superficial that counts - it's the inside. You can't just say that all worms are bad, just as you can't say that blondes are dumber, or that scottish people are cheap. All are individuals.
 
#89
Ron Obvious said:
emanuela said:
newbie said:
Joe said:
What's wrong with breasts touching your chest?
What's wrong with eating a worm? It's full of proteins. But I don't like it.
(Well, I suppose I would not like it. And the worm would not like it.)
I'm not sure if I "appreciate" the comparison of a voluptuous chest with a worm. ... :roll:
Hey, do you have stereotypes against worms? They are all individuals, so before you judge them, try to get to know one, and you'll see that there are some really nice worms out there too.

Besides, it's not the superficial that counts - it's the inside. You can't just say that all worms are bad, just as you can't say that blondes are dumber, or that scottish people are cheap. All are individuals.
... or that all the full-size chested women are "harder" to dance with!
:wink:
 

newbie

Well-Known Member
#90
Ok. After lengthy deliberation with myself, I concluded that I'd rather dancing with a full-size chested woman than eating a worm.
Providing she's not a scottish blonde.
 
#91
newbie said:
Ok. After lengthy deliberation with myself, I concluded that I'd rather dancing with a full-size chested woman than eating a worm.
Providing she's not a scottish blonde.
The worm or the woman?

Or, I'd rather .... than dancing with a worm. :oops:
 

DWise1

Well-Known Member
#92
Lita_rulez said:
DWise1 said:
However, breast size does not enter into consideration when I ask someone to dance.
Interestingly enough, it's quite the opposit for me.

I don't mean to say that breast size is the only thing that I focus on to decide who I'm going to invite next, and that I could never dance with someone under 35D, but then again, I’d be lying if I said it does not come into play.

Dancing (well, it depends on the dance of course, but let’s face it, it still is the basis of a couple dance) is a rather sensual activity. So sensuality has a role to play.
Sure, I come for dancing, and of course, dancing is what I get a kick from. But if I get into a club or a party in which I don’t know anyone. If I have no idea about anybody’s dance proficiency in the room, I’m still going to have to choose someone to invite if I don’t want to spend my evening standing dry by the wall.
Since dancing involves closeness, I’d rather be close to someone I find attractive then not.
And since cleavage, as some might remember, is a very important thing in my eyes (pun intended), well it does enter into consideration.
I would agree with tending to choose whom to ask based on how attractive I find her (though I have also asked unattractive girls and have had some very good dances as a result). But I do not base my judgement on how attractive she is on one feature (eg, breast size), but rather on her overall appearance and demeanor. Needless to say, there are many small-breasted women whom I have found to be quite attractive. De gustibus non disputandum est. [¿spelling?]

Of course, in my 28 years as a married man, my appreciation of female beauty was mainly an exercise in aesthetics, as my choice in dance partners was primarily for the sake of dancing. Now that I am becoming newly single that may change, but I doubt that it will change much -- well, the former, but I'm not so sure about the latter.
 

newbie

Well-Known Member
#93
Flat Shoes said:
newbie said:
Ok. After lengthy deliberation with myself, I concluded that I'd rather dancing with a full-size chested woman than eating a worm.
Providing she's not a scottish blonde.
The worm or the woman?

Or, I'd rather .... than dancing with a worm. :oops:
The woman. But if I have to eat something, then I'd prefer the worm. As a japanese cannibal confessed, breasts are not very tasty.
 
#94
DWise1 said:
Lita_rulez said:
Since dancing involves closeness, I’d rather be close to someone I find attractive then not.
And since cleavage, as some might remember, is a very important thing in my eyes (pun intended), well it does enter into consideration.
I would agree with tending to choose whom to ask based on how attractive I find her (though I have also asked unattractive girls and have had some very good dances as a result). But I do not base my judgement on how attractive she is on one feature (eg, breast size), but rather on her overall appearance and demeanor. Needless to say, there are many small-breasted women whom I have found to be quite attractive. De gustibus non disputandum est. [¿spelling?]

Of course, in my 28 years as a married man, my appreciation of female beauty was mainly an exercise in aesthetics, as my choice in dance partners was primarily for the sake of dancing. Now that I am becoming newly single that may change, but I doubt that it will change much -- well, the former, but I'm not so sure about the latter.
Of course, I won't base my judgement on one feature, but in the end, who knows what the determining feature will be ?

Enter a room, there are 100 women.
Out of them all, there are 25 red heads.
Out of the 25, 10 seem to be neither much better or much more beginer dancer then myself.
Out of the 10, 2 are green eyed.
Well, I still got to decide wich one to invite first !
(which usually, by the time I can get to that point, is done by some other guy inviting one of them)
Chances are I'll go for cleavage :mrgreen:

Then again, I am not repelled by any woman that has no red hair, no green eyes, and is under 35D.
It so happens that I can even fall hopelessly in love with someone that has neither of those featues to prove this theory.

However, the next room I enter with my mind set on dancing, I'll still need to decide who to invite :twisted:
 
#95
newbie said:
Flat Shoes said:
newbie said:
Ok. After lengthy deliberation with myself, I concluded that I'd rather dancing with a full-size chested woman than eating a worm.
Providing she's not a scottish blonde.
The worm or the woman?

Or, I'd rather .... than dancing with a worm. :oops:
The woman. But if I have to eat something, then I'd prefer the worm. As a japanese cannibal confessed, breasts are not very tasty.

Ummmmmmm...so many directions that could take.............must get mind out of the gutter where the worms are.
 
#97
newbie said:
Flat Shoes said:
newbie said:
Ok. After lengthy deliberation with myself, I concluded that I'd rather dancing with a full-size chested woman than eating a worm.
Providing she's not a scottish blonde.
The worm or the woman?

Or, I'd rather .... than dancing with a worm. :oops:
The woman. But if I have to eat something, then I'd prefer the worm. As a japanese cannibal confessed, breasts are not very tasty.
:eyebrow:
 

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