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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by djtrev View Post
    And now you want to start giving me instruction on what is or isn't the right thing to wear.
    Hey, well at least this advice is for FREE! Gok makes a fortune out of it!

    I'm just letting you guys know what girls 'really' think
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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by Lory View Post
    I'm just letting you guys know what girls 'really' think
    Girls never say what they "really" mean. Consider the simple word "maybe" or the word "perhaps". Both words clearly mean that there is a chance that something could happen. In my experience those words, uttered by a lady, mean "no chance, shut up and don't ask again".

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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy McGregor View Post
    Girls never say what they "really" mean.
    Oh, I think you'll find that they do.. when said its between themselves!
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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    I just found these, quite nice to wear with Jeans, linen or light colours or even, dare I say it 'shorts'

    http://www.rotateuk.com/page18.htm (Erm, not the black ones though)
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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by Lory View Post
    to all men...


    BLACK DANCE SHOES, DO NOT GO WITH SHORTS!

    Neither do sandals with socks, formal brown shoes or boots!

    If you 'have to' wear shorts, make sure they are LONG and you wear Deck shoes, plimsoles or sneakers

    and lots of deodorant!

    As to shorts... from the land of shorts and vest tops...

    A quote from the dance co web site... Gold Coast Aussie.

    "So, don't wear shorts (shorts and dancing is a bad look guys), avoid joggers (they'll stick you to the floor, avoid sleeveless shirts guys as the girls don't want your bare armpit in their face."

    They tell it true in the land of the kangaroo...
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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    As to shorts... from the land of shorts and vest tops...

    A quote from the dance co web site... Gold Coast Aussie.

    "So, don't wear shorts (shorts and dancing is a bad look guys), avoid joggers (they'll stick you to the floor, avoid sleeveless shirts guys as the girls don't want your bare armpit in their face."

    They tell it true in the land of the kangaroo...
    Of course it's 40 degrees warmer most of the year, so they have a lot of incentive to

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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by David Bailey View Post
    Oh for God's sake.

    Men: just don't wear shorts, OK?

    If you really think it's too hot for you to wear a light pair of trousers, then don't dance.

    Problem. Solved.
    I know this seems like a strange question, but is there an official Ceroc policy on shorts now? It's just that I've heard a rumour about a chap being approached regarding his, but I don't know whether someone's misunderstood and it's been twisted?

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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by Lou View Post
    is there an official Ceroc policy on shorts now?
    To say they're banned? Or compulsory? Or only permitted if your knees are judged (by whom?) to be sufficiently shapely?
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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidY View Post
    To say they're banned? Or compulsory? Or only permitted if your knees are judged (by whom?) to be sufficiently shapely?
    Well, I didn't like to say too much! It seems ridiculous that he's been told not to wear them! And this was at Southport. It's a wind-up, right?

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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    I believe the problem arises when it's hotpants and a ..well built man.
    Or should that be, the problem dangles..


    Trousers are hot to dance in, but I don't want to dance in shorts - not least because shorts+socks are a clear 'no!' and I need socks on to avoid blisters (while dancing - bare feet + 'sports' sandals are great for general strolling).

    The answer would clearly be to wear a light summer kilt. I think the girls call them 'skirts'..

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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by cederic View Post
    I believe the problem arises when it's hotpants and a ..well built man.
    Or should that be, the problem dangles..


    If it's possible to make a serious point here I've seen plenty of men at the gym - if they're going to wear short shorts - wear a pair of tight shorts under a pair of baggy shorts. So, the question of style aside, if you do want to wear shorts then this is a workable option.

    Quote Originally Posted by cederic View Post
    Trousers are hot to dance in, but I don't want to dance in shorts - not least because shorts+socks are a clear 'no!' and I need socks on to avoid blisters (while dancing - bare feet + 'sports' sandals are great for general strolling).

    The answer would clearly be to wear a light summer kilt. I think the girls call them 'skirts'..
    I know a guy who does dance in a kilt/skirt. I've never enquired as to what may or may not be underneath.

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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by meghann View Post
    ....I know a guy who does dance in a kilt/skirt. I've never enquired as to what may or may not be underneath.
    I think most of us know what one certain and very experienced dancer 'wears' under his kilt


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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by Minnie M View Post
    I think most of us know what one certain and very experienced dancer 'wears' under his kilt
    Are we naming names?

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    Re: Just a friendly reminder....

    Quote Originally Posted by meghann View Post
    Are we naming names?
    If you are asking, I don't think you know him


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