Dance

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Dance is a form of expression used by animals (such as humans) to attract other animals (such as mates). Ever since that occasious event dancing has been recognised as a great well-spring of theraputic goodness. One usually requires a stable body to dance. Unlike Timothy's body. Oh, god, no. Dancing should not be confused with walking, running, or convulsions which are forms of locomotion.

dance origins can be found in cave paintings where one of our ancestors would accidentally set him self on fire (due to at the time fire's recent invention and lack of instructions) the cave man can then been seen flailing uncontrollably in an attempt to stop the burning. Though dying the movements have caught on and evolved into what we call dance. It what not until 1846 that fire was removed from the act.

Dancing can refer to the following:

Cyrex dance


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