I find it interesting that people who go to clubs, don’t really go to dance; but rather to “dance”. Now this may sound odd to many readers. Ladies and gentlemen, you are probably wondering what I mean by this. When I was a child, I used to dance to music, and I had a lot of fun doing it. Just moving your feet and arms in some way in time with the music; however, these days “dancing” is not about having fun. It seems to be about looking “cool” or “sexy”. This, I do not understand.
Friends, dancing is not about gyrating all your jelly-like (Or competely un-jelly-like (Depending on the consistency of your muscles, compared to the consistency of jelly)) muscles in order to attract a suitable (Equally sweaty) mate. Dancing is about fun; or so I thought.
Dancing, by definition, means: to move one’s feet or body, or both, rhythmically in a pattern of steps, especially to the accompaniment of music. Nothing I’ve seen young people (Particularly those my age) do even slightly resembles that definition. I believe that is refered to as “Dry humping.”