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The passion, the LUV for dance, the way she wears that flannel tied around her waist better than every other girl with a flannel around her waist. It’s not all smiles and hearts and rainbows though – we can’t If you’ve ever dated a non-dancer, then you’ll realize that you can only talk to him/her before or after practice because it’s too hectic during, right?

Maybe you’ve just joined a new team, and though teamcest is ‘frowned upon,’ you just can not fight your attraction .

** Let’s face it: dance teams take up so much of your time that your only other friends outside of your team are either your parents, your dog, or other dancers on other teams that you met that one time at that one party through that one friend and now you guys follow each other on Instagram and comment on each others’ photos saying, “LET’S HANG OUT SOON!

” or “WERRRRRRRK” or “YASSSSSSS” Because you guys have the same friends, it makes hanging out easier, and it makes group settings less awkward! However, that is not going to stop all the other thirsty bitches in the dance community from eyeing your significant other. So like I said earlier, the community is small, you probably don’t have that many friends other than your teammates.

**TEAMCEST BONUS – YOU GUYS LITERALLY HAVE THE SAME FRIENDS BECAUSE YOUR ONLY FRIENDS ARE ON YOUR TEAM.** The love and passion for dance that dancers share is something indescribable, something that you can only feel personally. You probably scored a hot commodity, and there will never be enough Gatorade to quench the thirst of the dance community. Because the community is so tight, if things get a little messy, don’t think that it’ll be a secret. THE NEWBIES, THE DIRECTORS, AND EVEN ALUM WILL KNOW.** So you’re one of the lucky ones who somehow branched out at a mixer and is dating a dancer from a different team. So your practices are Monday/Wednesday while his are Tuesday/Thursday?

When you find a dancer who shares the same interest as you though, the same drive, the same commitment to dance, it feels fantastic. Everything in the dance community spreads faster than something that… **TEAMCEST NONUS (IT’S NOT A BONUS CAUSE IT’S LIKE A CON SO I DUB IT A NO-NUS) – IT’S HARD TO KEEP ANYTHING LOWKEY WHEN YOU’RE ON THE SAME TEAM. And it’s ‘long distance’ because he’s on a different team too?

So I’ll give you five Obviously, there are several reasons to date a dancer, and many not to, too.

I’ll might to a post on that too, actually, just felt these silly lists running around needed an antagonist. I know when my husband and I first started dating, he told his friends that I was a dancer and apparently that led to a 30 minute conversation about the benefits of flexible girls : S ….uuuugggghhh, be more creative, please! Reply yes, it seems to be a returning subject amongst ‘civilians’ when talking about dancers..

Now, in this brand new introductory course he will teach YOU everything you need to know to get started having fun and dancing at any Latin Dance Club or SALSA event locally, or anywhere in the world!

Through this, you two can motivate each other to work harder and become better dancers, or push to reach whatever goals you have for your dance career. Appppppaaaarently dance couples just LOVE dancing together and collaborating. On the real though, if you’re dating a dancer, that’s an automatic partner for any couples choreography, an automatic viewer/critic for any choreo that you want to present, and an automatic idea-bounce-off-er. From fangirling new videos to criticizing the placings at that one competition, you two will always have the DANCE WORLD to talk about. **TEAMCEST BONUS – YOU CAN TALK ABOUT HOW YOU DID AT CASTING, HOW SHITTILY YOU’RE BLOCKED IN THAT ONE PIECE, OR HOW AWESOME IT WAS WINNING THAT ONE COMPETITION THAT ONE TIME.** Going along with the comment earlier on same schedules, you’ll just be synced up in life, including new concept/workshop videos released. spreads fast – like seriously, kendamas came out and like the next week everyone has like 4 kendamas and ken dama-nate the attention span of dancers everywhere. Omg this sounds like a happy ending I can not wait to hear how this goes.

Do you fear long term commitments/relationships because you are nervous of running out of things to talk about later on in the relationship? You have some someone to watch videos with, and let me tell you, regular non-dancing people can only watch so many before they want to do something… Also, different teams can turn into rivalries, if your teams happen to be lowkey/highkey/middlekey rivals in the dance community.

Once you learn the basics, there will be no stopping you!

It's been proven beyond a doubt: SALSA dancing is one of the happiest ways to meet people, spend a night out on the town or even throw a party with friends.

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