How to survive a dance from a girl's perspective
Your palms are sweaty, you don’t know what to wear, but don’t worry! We’re here to help you survive your next dance....from a girl’s perspective. Here are a few unsaid rules. First off, no sport shorts. This is not basketball practice....we don’t care if your mother has to dress you, just no sport shorts. And ladies, this is not a wedding, no five inch heels or strapless dresses. It’s breaking dress code and just. not. practical. Okay so, people, we know all of our students are amazing, but this is middle school, no freaking. Please. Save us the scars and save your pride, ok?
Now some tips for your slow dance. Girls put your hands on your partner’s shoulders and boys, put your hands on your partner’s waist. Do these simple things and it’s not as scary as it sounds. Do not put your hands anywhere else. I’m talking about boys and girls. Next for the slow dances, if someone asks you to slow dance and you don’t want to, turn them down nicely....but the best thing to do is to say yes. Even if you don’t like them, they deserve respect. Please for everyone, don’t try to make awkward convo while you’re slow dancing. Remember, these are just our opinions!
Now we have some school rules and your biggest tip of all. First of all, no freaking! I know we said this before but it’s against school rules and more importantly it makes some people extremely uncomfortable, so it’s worth repeating. This is still at school so you still need to be dress code. They do hand out PE clothes if you are violating dress code. and really, who wants to spend the whole night in those things?! what happens if you take pics with your friends and your in your PE clothes. It doesn’t make you look cool, and you’ll feel really self concious. if you get concessions, don’t go overboard. You don’t want to spaz out on sugar high especially if that cute classmate of yours is there. Lastly, the most important thing of all, the biggest unsaid rule, be yourself. You are awesome and perfect just the way you are and you don’t need to have someone ask you to dance or have to be in the group with the “popular” people. Just hang out with your friends and have a good time. That’s the most important thing of all.
sounds like a reality tv show :PReplyDelete
think before you actReplyDelete
thanks for the nice tips!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the advice :-)ReplyDelete
but theres only one dance 4 6ies. NOOOOOOOOOReplyDelete
Dont be agist.
Nice tips thanks for the advice we will really use your tips next time we go to the dance.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the advice. It has made me think about dances in a whole new way. I used to just wear sport shorts but now I'm dressing more girly and dancing with boys. Now I'm not scared thxs ily <3ReplyDelete
i love this, this is to all them wanna be dress up girl aha jk but i love thisReplyDelete
This will be one awkward dance, but thank you for the advice. (Wish us a happy first dance!)ReplyDelete
Thx for the advice I think it will really help. If only there were more dances for us 6ies... *sighReplyDelete
Good tips but maybe you should give more advice on what to wear, not just what you shouldn't wear.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the advice!!! I will surely do that at the next dance.ReplyDelete
Thank you again for the great advice, and it sucks that 6ies only have one dance :(
This will help girls that are wall flowers get used to dances. Thanks!!!ReplyDelete
these tips are really great tips that i think will helpReplyDelete
nice tips and ill look forward to not having my mom pick out my clothesReplyDelete
Okay great, all the boys need the dress tipsReplyDelete
thank you for the advice. i will try to apply the tips for next year!ReplyDelete
I will definately follow those rules! I had no idea how to slow dance and was secretly really nervous/scared. I also was making sure that nobody was going to be casual, because I was looking forward to wearing a nice dress, and some nice shoes!!!ReplyDelete
I totally agree!!! If you be yourself, then you'll have the best time ever. Cause if your not, then what is the point of going anyway? You came to the dance to have fun, not to worry about your looks, and to worry about who to dance with. Don't waste your time worrying, waste your time having fun with your friends.ReplyDelete
Great advice! The first dance is middle school seems scary, I mean everyone is watching you, and what is you embarrass yourself. But like you said, be yourself, and the dance should be a blast.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the great tips!ReplyDelete
okaaaaaaayyyyyyy. nice tips!ReplyDelete
the sixth graders need more dances!!!! :DReplyDelete
Thanks for the great tips i will definitely try that.ReplyDelete