londonsalsagirl replied to your post: A partner should build you up rather than tear you… Sorry to hear that your partner isn’t appreciating you or being a team player right now. Hope things improve either with him or someone else and the anger and hurt give way to joy… Thank you for your thoughtful words. The responses I’ve gotten from other dancers (both ones I know personally and...
latin-fever replied to your post: A partner should build you up rather than tear you… That seems very harsh and unfair! It seems like he’s jealous of your dance abilities because you are clearly the better partner. Don’t worry about it too much, just keep dancing! :) I’m glad I’m not the only one who thought of it like that. Thank you for your kind words. I’ll always keep...
kat-sun replied to your post: kat-sun replied to your post: A partner should… Yeah, I know! You guys were fantastic! What are you going to do? I don’t know. Hopefully he’ll man up and realize that he couldn’t have gotten that far without me. I’ll probably see him tomorrow, but it’s up to him if he wants to even be on speaking terms any time soon. UGH. P.S. I...
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kat-sun replied to your post: A partner should build you up rather than tear you… :( And we’d had a great weekend too!
A partner should build you up rather than tear you down, right? Today, my latin dance teacher was talking about how it’s easier for a skilled male dancer to pull up a less skilled female dancer, and my partner looked directly at me. Not only was the look obnoxious, but he laughed when I feigned a hurt expression. That feigned expression turned real as soon as I realized that he, in fact, was...
Can the sarcasm,’ he said. ‘Please, I always use fresh sarcasm, never canned.– Anita Blake, Circus of the Damned
We’re discussing different types of gladiators in my Roman Civilization lecture. There’s one type (retiarius) that sounds a whole lot like Finnick. I’m gonna hole myself up in my room now and cry.
There’s zero correlation between being the best talker and having the best...– Susan Cane