I've always found a roundhouse to the jaw to be more effective.With lots of practice, some say, a woman can knock a man off his chair with a casual sway of a hip.
Yes. That 10 years ago’s “OUR Tarik” he was talking about. Tarik still has the costume (gold-embroidered vest and crushed velvet baggy pants of forest green) and he can wear it, BUT no linger with "bare-chested” Now he wears black mesh shirt, and doesn’t do Moroccan Tea tray dance but do “Shisha dance”Was that "our" Tarik they were talking about at the end?
So you ever find yourself in the situation where you're forced into editing your articles down to practically nothing?Hallelujah, brother Tarik, and a chorus of amens! I quit doing interviews re: belly dance. Any requests are now referred to a dancer/teacher who thrives on publicity and never mind the misrepresentations and misunderstandings.
That being said and in the interest of full disclosure, I write for the media as a freelancer. I owe Salome an article right now.
Now that's sinking to a new low! That tops all the **cktarded nonsense I've had to deal with and then some!Yes, I remember a particularly annoying inteviewer with a bug in her bonnet. She kept trying to lead us into saying what she wanted to hear on camera. No-one bit - not even to say "it is not so that ..." - being aware the context could be removed. So she did it as a voice over. Grrr.
My articles have always been printed exactly as written because I do good research, edit my work judiciously, and present the buyer with exactly the word count desired.So you ever find yourself in the situation where you're forced into editing your articles down to practically nothing?
I KNOW! Enough with the wiggling midriff!If I never hear the word wiggle associated with belly dance again it will be too soon.