Must-Read: How To Pick Up Bridesmaids
Ah, weddings. Where a single man can don a tux, throw down a few drinks, and take a bridesmaid home at the end of the night. At least, you can if you can dance!
The great AskMen.com has a new “4 Steps” article all about how to dance correctly on the wedding dance floor in order to lure in some of those single bridesmaids to your hotel room after the festivities die down. It’s tricky, seeing as dancing is terribly awful and uncomfortable in the first place. Luckily, by breaking it down, the article makes it all seem less scary and weird than it actually is. Here’s step 1 of the process:
Watch and learn
Sit out the first few dances on any given night and, without being creepy, watch the simple moves people use and the confidence they emit. Consider this your first dancing lesson. Watch a few different people and connect with the steps you feel the most comfortable doing. As you watch, you’ll find most people aren’t really doing anything too complicated, which makes this a prime opportunity to learn some basics from those dancing around you; you should pay special attention to partners. Go easy and take it slow, but be sure to improve your moves by mimicking others. This way, when you actually try getting out on the dance floor, you’ll have some idea of what you want to do.
Head over to read the rest and you’ll be cutting a rug in no time. But don’t ever really sincerely use the phrase “cutting the rug” while you’re actually doing it, or all of the goodwill earned by your great dancing techniques will be gone.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.