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By  Cinn_fml  |  21

Sounds entertaining at least... But seriously, is it that much of a problem that he picked dance that you can't just deal with it in a normal/mature manner?

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By  Cinn_fml  |  21

Sounds entertaining at least... But seriously, is it that much of a problem that he picked dance that you can't just deal with it in a normal/mature manner?

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

Normal mature manner #1. No, I don't want to date you. #2. No. It takes two to tango and, sadly, you're still one. #3. Run around in circles, clutching your head and shouting "Oh ma gawd!!!" #4. Set his hair on fire. #5. ???? #6. Profit!!!

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  Jaxx66  |  21

Lol 64@ the tango comment. I fully agree. Be embarrassed slightly, yes. But be flattered. That's a once in a lifetime thing to see. One guy threw his jacket in a puddle so I didn't have to step into water. It was truly sweet (a waste of a jacket. But I know what he was doing) I had to let him down easy. But it's an experience! Life is full of them. :)

By  ShyAnn29  |  14

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By  Jazzalyn  |  10

There's a Facebook group for people like him. Is he a member? On another note...that is different. Sounds somewhat creative...unless it was really bad interpretive dance done at a really bad/awkward moment.

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I think this could have been my dance teacher. He once choreographed an interpretive dance to "Just the Way You Are" by Bruno Mars. I'm still disturbed and can't listen to the song without the mental image of this 6 foot 200 pound man gyrating around the room. He says he's straight, by the way.

By  bizarre_ftw  |  21

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50- I agree. Although it may have been weird she should still appreciate the time it took for him to rehearse and prepare the dance, and politely decline his advances. Don't have to be a bitch about it.

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