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Sunday, 27 February 2011

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Here's a guy clogging. What does that mean?

Longtime entertainer in more ways than one, Madonna says that she can always tell whether a man is good in bed by his movements on the dance floor.

"How he performs one place is how he will perform in another.", she claims in an article in Particular Parents Magazine.

Oddly enough, actress Elizabeth Taylor had come to the same conclusion almost 25 years ago in an old Movie Magazine of the day.

Back to Madonna, she states that her favorite dances are the slow ones really up close, although the Tango can get you pretty excited."

"Butt not the Last Tango in Paris."

Asked about the Limbo she stated that it's according to how low he can go. "Certainly not under the bed."

In the 1970 movie magazine, the oft-married Elizabeth Taylor had told a friend in what was a private message from five years earlier,who sold it to the magazine, supposedly stated that she loved the Twist dance of the day and she had watched closely to how men did the dance.

"I am particularly fond of the "Twist and Shout!", she reportedly told the friend.

In one major dance, both ladies were extremely negative in their responses.

"No Square Dancers, Please!", both had stated. "Any time you have to wait for the guy to keep someone beside you to tell you what to do next is a definite turn-off to me", stated Taylor.

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