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View Poll Results: Do You Love Dancing?
yes 12 46.15%
No 6 23.08%
Kind Of 8 30.77%
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Old 11-04-2009   #11
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Well Dancing to me is something I really enjoy. I looooooove to dance, and all kinds of dance. I never had lessons but i have watched every dance movie available in the market :P . I learned a few moves from these movies but not to much.

Ok this might sound insane, but i always dance if not in parties then alone at home to any kind of music.

Of course i do prefer certain songs and certain music genres such as:
For salsa, or mambo: Baila Casanova- Paula Rubio
For Oriental dancing : 3a tayyer - Saber el riba3i
For slow music: bitsir el diniyeh 2a7la - 3abdo mounzir (or any slow song)
For Hip-Hop: yeah remix - Usher or whatever you like - Nichole sherzinger.
Dabke: Anything for fares karam or 3assi 7eleni


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At the one's who hate dancing,when you go to party,go clubbing,or attend a wedding,sit down,relax,jib kebbeye(****),3abi alcool w chrab, after 3 drinks,tell me if u still hate dancing
PS:ma betkoun skirit,betkoun zahzahet,in other words betkoun ba3dak we3eh bass ktiir mabsout .

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At the one's who hate dancing,when you go to party,go clubbing,or attend a wedding,sit down,relax,jib kebbeye(****),3abi alcool w chrab, after 3 drinks,tell me if u still hate dancing
PS:ma betkoun skirit,betkoun zahzahet,in other words betkoun ba3dak we3eh bass ktiir mabsout .

fi khet rafi3 jeddan bein el tezhzouh wel sakar
He is kinda right...I haven't danced since I stopped drinking a year and a half ago...Yeah, because basically you can't be a guy and enjoy dancing unless:

1- You are drunk and don't care/don't know what the hell you're doing..
2- You are trying to pick up a girl and you think this might be a good way...
3- You're gay...


BTW, dabke is not dancing...It is originally a form of worship for tribes in africa, just add a fire in the middle. That's why it is nice and the above statements don't apply to dabke.
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Um Gilgamesh, Dabke is typically lebanese. It goes back in time to 1800 when people used to hold hands and jump on rooftops to make the mud and hay stick for the winter season. at that time rooftops needed to be fixed this way or otherwise it would leak. So the youngsters of the village would come and start jumping on the roof while others sang. and tada!!! this is how dabke was born
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He is kinda right...I haven't danced since I stopped drinking a year and a half ago...Yeah, because basically you can't be a guy and enjoy dancing unless:

1- You are drunk and don't care/don't know what the hell you're doing..
2- You are trying to pick up a girl and you think this might be a good way...
3- You're gay...

If dancing sober makes you feel gay don't include everybody else.
In addition, some people know how to dance professionally, what does that makes them?

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Um Gilgamesh, Dabke is typically lebanese

I stopped reading here, you know why? Because this is a typical Lebanese post.

So the Jordanian Dabké is tipically Lebanese too?
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If dancing sober makes you feel gay don't include everybody else.
In addition, some people know how to dance professionally, what does that makes them?
professional Gays

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We already settled for the fact tha you are Gay in another thread so I cannot accept your 2nd line in the post

Seriously, if you're too embarrassed to dance because you think you will look gay, don't do it, and don't put such idiotic comments and replies like those ones.

By the way, I voted "no"
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If dancing sober makes you feel gay don't include everybody else.
In addition, some people know how to dance professionally, what does that makes them?


I stopped reading here, you know why? Because this is a typical Lebanese post.

So the Jordanian Dabké is tipically Lebanese too?
I think professional male dancers are gay,yes. They don't know it maybe but they will realize it eventually..

As for dabke being Lebanese, that form of dancing is found in every culture where people hold hands in a circle and go around while doin something. I don't really care where it originated,it is nice and admirable.

Back to Tawa, I don't feel gay when I dance sober because I never did. This is not a personal experience, it is just a fact.
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BTW, dabke is not dancing...It is originally a form of worship for tribes in africa, just add a fire in the middle. That's why it is nice and the above statements don't apply to dabke.


lama todhar la barra w t2oul dabke what is the first country that comes to people's mind? Lebanon, its Lebanese


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I stopped reading here, you know why? Because this is a typical Lebanese post.

maybe because she is "Just Lebanese and Proud" ever thought of that ?

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yeah its Lebanese the word " dabke" is Lebanese, fik t2oul ra2sa lebnenyeh edited to Jordanian
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I think professional male dancers are gay,yes. They don't know it maybe but they will realize it eventually..
So male Tango Dancers are gay? All the guys who dance Slow dancing with their girls are gay? I'm sorry, can you define "Gay"? Cause I'm not getting it.
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Back to Tawa, I don't feel gay when I dance sober because I never did. This is not a personal experience, it is just a fact.
No, it's not a fact. // Unless you give a whole different definition to the word "gay"
Man have penises <~ that's a fact.
Wael Kfoury is gay <~ that's an opinion.
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lama todhar la barra w t2oul dabke what is the first country that comes to people's mind? Lebanon, its Lebanese
Lamma Todhar La Barra, w T2oul Dabké, they'd probably kick you in the nuts and run, just because you live in Lebanon it doesn't mean everyone everywhere will know your culture.
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maybe because she is "Just Lebanese and Proud" ever thought of that ?
Now that's a whole different topic.
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yeah its Lebanese the word " dabke" is Lebanese, fik t2oul ra2sa lebnenyeh edited to Jordanian
Same dance, different name.
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