Are flat chested women easier to dance with?

Hey guys, look what I dug up :)

So now I have something to blame not being asked to dance on... ;)

So when I dance with my female teacher in ballroom, to demostrate the offset position we need to be in, she calls it "interlocking boobies"

Ive never had a problem dancing with men (being of the... what did someone call it the other day? Skilled? That wasnt it. :( variety) However, dancing with similarily large breasted women, it sometimes turns into bumber boobs.
 
You dug this up just so that we could get 80 posts by midnight.

I do not have time to read all this now, but I am curious on people's thoughts.
 
I think the general idea was that some people thought flat chested women were better, and some (sabor for instance) thought us naturally endowed didnt cause a problem ;)

You may have a point about my motive ;)
 

cornutt

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chandra said:
I think the general idea was that some people thought flat chested women were better, and some (sabor for instance) thought us naturally endowed didnt cause a problem ;)
I prefer well-endowed partners. When we get our feet tangled up and fall, there's more cushion. :shock:

Seriously... my DW is well-endowed, and I've never noticed that it makes a difference dancing with her vs. other partners. I think it's more a matter of each woman knowing where her own balance is. (That goes for men too, although there isn't that CG-altering variable...) And, well, dancing smooth in contact is rather nice... ;)

You may have a point about my motive
Mine too... :raisebro:
 
I can't believe I managed to miss an entire discussion about boobies...

Too big is worse than too small, somewhere in between is best by far though.
 

Twilight_Elena

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I had missed out on the booby thread!
Weeeeell. I don't have a problem dancing with guys so close that we get boobs and chest contact. There's this guy I danced with recently that I didn't mind at all. :raisebro: But if they're slimy or generally don't have nice intentions, I am keeping my ballroom frame locked and woe to anyone who dare try to unlock it!

Twilight Elena
 
NeoDevin said:
Too big is worse than too small, somewhere in between is best by far though.
Rosa said:
Proportion is the key... :rocker:

Rosa :)

It's not like we really choose the size which is suitable for dancing!!

I think most women are not happy with what they have. They either want it smaller or bigger, but that's women :rolleyes: .

I just find that flat chested women are not shy to shake their chests, maybe it's more comfortable to jump, they can wear whatever they wish and they're definitely saving on bras and swimsuits.
 
But what would a flat chested women have to say that a large chested woman could do?

I think we all agree, somewhere in the middle is the bestest.
 

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