Argentine tango dating

"Dancing tango with Rebecca in San Francisco feels a lot like this city--she's beautiful to look at, I fall into a fog when we take each other into our close embrace, and then the last notes of each song slowly jar me out of my trance just like the Sunday night foghorns in the Pacific that wake me from my dreams..." I find myself in a dilemma.

There is a beginner tanguero whom I happen to be quite attracted to.

Enjoy a traditional milonga in a relaxed and fun atmosphere while dancing to the rhythm of the most sensual dance in the world:[...]Tango Lounge When: 2nd Saturday of the month, Saturday , pm – Sun, , am Where: Convergence Dance and Body Center, 7700 Clayton Rd, Suite 120 (63117) Please use the east elevators or stairs (closest[...]DJ – TBA Argentine tango dancers of all ages and abilities to are welcome!

One could spend endless hours dissecting the differences with regards to style, competence, music, and "technique." ( I really hate that word when talking about tango.) There are significant differences if you talk about culture.

In Argentina, the tango is danced by very few people.

But so long ago I swore to myself never to date a tango dancer ever again.

I don't have the temperament to be able to see my significant other in the arms of another quite so passionately and not become passionately irritated. I'll tell you right from the get-go: We're going to torture ourselves into oblivion.

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