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PostSubject: Discussion - How To Ask Someone To Dance   Discussion - How To Ask Someone To Dance Icon_minitimeFri Nov 17, 2006 11:42 am

There is always that difficulty for guys to want to ask the ladies to dance. There are always issues like:
- Is the girl too advanced for me to dance with?
- Will the girl be bored with my moves?
- How do I approach the girl to ask her to dance?
- and many others ...

Girls, please ... share with us how you would liked to be asked to dance ... Maybe we guys could learn something here.

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PostSubject: Re: Discussion - How To Ask Someone To Dance   Discussion - How To Ask Someone To Dance Icon_minitimeFri Nov 17, 2006 12:06 pm

Simple.
1) Make eye contact
2) smile
3) extend your hand
4) say the magic word "may i ask you for a dance"

thats all. Wink

dont worry if you know only basic or cross body lead. we may be bored but its better than just sitting at the corner. Laughing
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