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    Or a better question, can you dance?

    I listen to a lot of Afrobeats/Dancehall/Hip hop so over the years I've managed to sort of...well hold my own on the D-floor shall we say.

    What about you guys?
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    How did u get into afrobeats lol
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    Nah, I tend to stand at/near the bar chatting to my mates. I can't dance!
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    Dancing is highly dependant on the level of intoxication.

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    nope.

    go - drink - kebab shop - home to sleep/throw up
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    yeaaa
    love to dance to house music or "cut shapes"
    can i dance? no. zero rhythm. that doesnt stop me though

    i do wonder what i look like dancing, will have to get someone to video it
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    Dancing's fun!!!! why go to a club if you're not going to dance?!!!
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    i dont do any of them but i would never humiliate myself by dancing haha
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    my grandma makes me do bollywood dancing at weddings though :lol:
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    (Original post by CleverSquirrel)
    Dancing's fun!!!! why go to a club if you're not going to dance?!!!
    To drink and socialise.
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    I love dancing :banana2:
    It's the only thing I ever do at parties and I don't even need to drink to do it :awesome:

    (Original post by mkap)
    i dont do any of them but i would never humiliate myself by dancing haha
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    my grandma makes me do bollywood dancing at weddings though :lol:
    I've always wanted to do that! :awesome: I really need to get invited to a south Asian wedding. Sounds like so much fun
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    (Original post by StrawbAri)
    I love dancing :banana2:
    It's the only thing I ever do at parties and I don't even need to drink to do it :awesome:



    I've always wanted to do that! :awesome: I really need to get invited to a south Asian wedding. Sounds like so much fun
    ngl theyre the best
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    If a song comes on that I like, I'll move a bit. But generally I'll be leaning on the bar talking to people and pretending I'm too cool to dance.
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    To drink and socialise.
    and dance:banana2:
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    i don't drink........
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    (Original post by teenhorrorstory)
    How did u get into afrobeats lol
    Well, I found Dancehall from hip hop, and then from Dancehall I discovered Afrobeats. Not sure really.

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    Dancing is highly dependant on the level of intoxication.
    Indeed, I cannot dance sober whatsoever!

    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    To drink and socialise.

    If you go to a full on club, how do you socialise? At a bar it's more understandable, but dancing is being social in a way.

    (Original post by Dr Pesto)
    If a song comes on that I like, I'll move a bit. But generally I'll be leaning on the bar talking to people and pretending I'm too cool to dance.
    No such thing!
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    I can streetdance and do some basic moves on top like rise up, suicide drop, air thread also breakdance
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    I wouldn't call it dancing, more like semi-rhythmic motions. I tend to know every song that plays at the club so I tend to sing/rap and move my arms as if I was a performer, if I don't know the song I just stand around and wait.
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    Yes and yes. I've got moves and I love to dance; I feel like it's one of life's true wonders, to be in a room with hundreds of other people all moving to the same beat. :moon:
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    No.I prancercise.

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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    I wouldn't call it dancing, more like semi-rhythmic motions. I tend to know every song that plays at the club so I tend to sing/rap and move my arms as if I was a performer, if I don't know the song I just stand around and wait.
    I laughed at this for some reason for longer than i should have!! How can you just stand around and wait?!:laugh:
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    (Original post by CleverSquirrel)
    I laughed at this for some reason for longer than i should have!! How can you just stand around and wait?!:laugh:
    Idk, it's just I listen to so much of the same music that plays in the club that hearing something new is a shock, I try to wait until I either get the chorus or try and guess lyrics.
 
 
 
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