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Wednesday, 24 October 2007

image for Why Dancing = Romancing The dancing feet of a sex god.

Good dancers are more likely to sweep women off their feet - and it's not just their funky moves that do the trick. A new study says men who know how to strut their stuff tend to have better body symmetry. It seems that a good rhythmical pelvic thrust is not just an asset on the dance floor!

Perched on the fifth floor balcony of a tower block in Finchley, North London, experienced clubber Lucy Taylor,26 shouted down to our reporter,

"When I go out I look for someone who moves well on the dancefloor. Girls have known for a long time that a good dancer is a bloody good..."

Our reporter could not hear the end of Lucy's sentence due to a passing lorry on the A406/North Circular.

The researchers at Aston University in Birmingham, now plan to try to find out whether specific dance moves relate to specific types of love making.

It is believed for example that men that can dance to soul music such as Marvin Gaye's 'Sexual Healing' could be creative, caring lovers with an ability to satisfy women on any occasion whereas men who preferred headbanging to Motorhead could prove to be energetic yet ultimately unfulfilling.

Talking from a passing car on the A30 , Heather Miller, a Social Anthropologist from Stoke on Trent mouthed to our reporter,

"Throughout history women have always looked at the way men moved to judge whether or not they would make good lovers . You only have to look at the way Justin Timberlake dances to realise he'd be good in bed. I only wish I had known this back in 1986 when I met my husband. He wouldn't dance at all until the Pet Shop Boys came on and he's turned out to be a total and utter..."

Unfortunately our reporter was unable to complete the interview due to road works on the A302.

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