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Re: Anger with partner
Posted by Ellen
4/19/2006  5:36:00 PM
In a post above, operabob mentioned the term "dance the lady." I've heard that before, but I don't really know what it means. Can anybody explain? How is it different from overleading? thanks!
Re: Anger with partner
Posted by Miles
4/19/2006  10:58:00 PM
To me "Dance the Lady" means the man INITIATES a movement, and then FOLLOWS the lady as she completes a figure or step. So, a man does a lot of following after he actually leads something! I have had lots of complaints in my life about agressive leading but never one complaint about being too gentle. Men out there - you just can't be too gentle when you dance with a woman.
Re: Anger with partner
Posted by Bodisatthva
4/19/2006  7:00:00 PM
It means "Laughing out loud!"
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