10 Things Dancers Are Sick of Hearing from Non-Dancers
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Today, thanks to social media and the popularity of shows like "So You Think You Can Dance" and "World of Dance," people know more about dance than ever before. But when it comes to actually being a dancer, there are some things our friends outside the studio will never understand. To reassure you that you're not the only one explaining "I can't, I have dance" every five minutes, we present to you the top 10 phrases dancers would like to stop hearing (please).
If you're not going to give us 30 minutes to warm up and a completely empty sprung marley floor, the most you're going to get from us is a single port de bras.
"You're on a dance team? So you're a cheerleader?"
Not at Louisville (and most other major colleges and universities) — cheer teams and then Ladybirds dance team. There’s a difference. Your rationale is like saying football and rugby are the same sport because they use a ball and tackle.