Okay, just make fun of me first and get it out of the way and then if you have any tips after the ridicule, I'd love to hear them.
I don't know how the hell this happened to me, but I'm 22 and someway, somehow, I've never had to dance in my life.
Welp, I have a wedding coming up and I've come to the conclusion that if I'm going to make the effort to ask some random girl to go with me (to not risk looking like the only douchebag solo guy) I'm also going to have to, well, dance with her.
My question is................... I'm a white guy, how do I not look like an idiot trying to pretend like I've danced before.
I'm a drummer, and I have impeccable rhythm, so that should, by all rights, be a point on my side, but yeah. I'm terrified, so any tips are helpful.
eThugs, I can't wait to hear what you have to say D D D
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TTGP, that's your cue.
What does race have anything to do with dancing?
If you have rhythm then you should be fine.
And you are going to a wedding, they're most likely to play slow songs, put your both hands on her waist, and she'll know what to do. When they start playing clubbing songs, you just stand behind her while she's doing her thing and then do the "dice"
If you don't know what the dice is, go here http//youtube.com/watch?v=M1MSkQi_IVU
Here, watch this awesome tutorial on dancing at weddings.
It got my friend out of a real tight spot last summer
Ok now, the roll dice was a pretty serious advice.. I actually do it in the club. And they like it.
Lol take it easy....try and lead her, even if it's not perfect - nothing more annoying than a vegetable on a dance floor. try and interact D
you'll be just fine, you have the rythm!! P