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Is it just me or is dating in our decade unbelievably boring? dates tend to be repetitive and kind of blend together.

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“Thank you for taking the time to tailor a lesson plan just for my needs. You prepared me not only to dance with my date, but also freed me to finally get out and have a great time.

You can find much more information about your privacy choices in our privacy policy.Even if you choose not to have your activity tracked by third parties for advertising services, you will still see non-personalized ads on our site.I’ve always believed dancing is great for guys who dance. 2) Dance vets a man as social, sophisticated and presentable. Discomfort, insecurity and creepy behavior will be easy to spot.Many times I have been dragged onto the dance floor anyway, and it hasn’t been pretty. If you ever catch me out with my computer, ask me to show you the video of us guys at Project Hollywood taking dance lessons in the living room. That said, maybe I should have taken James Joseph’s advice below earlier in life. —Neil Why do women give men—strangers—permission on the dance floor to flirt, touch, embrace, sway and sweat together? Or maybe they don’t want to be embarrassed when they take us to a wedding reception or a New Year’s Eve party. If you can dance, you’re a fish in water and your confidence will be obvious.I’m running this article on the blog because it’s counter to my philosophy.

As someone who never mastered the art of dancing, I avoid the dance floor like vampires avoid sunlight. Then it’s a time-tested arrow in the quiver of mating and social rituals. Only a man with money, culture and a life of leisure has the time to learn a useless skill. Observing you at a dance will reveal to her who you are as a social being.

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