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I'm from eastern Europe, salsa is a quite different culture for me, well for where I come from, so the cuban stereotype doesn't work for me like for you danniel.vm ;) Anyway now it is a part of having good fun.
I left primary school with a belief put on by my music teacher that I can't feel the rhythm right. It took me a while to get the whole dancing thing sorted out in my head. Honestly, first dance classes really pissed me off. Sucked big time. After a while it went to unconscious competence. I am still beginner, though, but the most of the fancy figures you'd do your partner doesn't know what do you expect from her to do anyway.

Good fun night: Pumped up state with a hot chick spinning with you. Pure honey.

Oh, and BTW: salsa classes are like speed dating squared: you're not in the loud club pick-up frenzy frame, you're not in approach-stranger-in-public-space or speed-dating-awkwardness frames neither, your instructor makes you switch partners quickly (so you won't be stuck with that clingy fatty), there are some hotties from time to time, you've got the approaching sorted out, no openers needed, you're already in physical contact. So GTFO of here to your nearest salsa school! :D
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