You have all seen them and you probably are one of these yourself (but it’s never the one you think it is). No matter where you go out to shake your booty, there are certain types of dancers you always run into. At every club, bar or dance floor, you will always find at least 2 of these types of dancers, if not all of them.
The Awkward Dancer Trying to Fit In
You know who I’m talking about. They look a little bit like they’re trying on their limbs for the first time and keep eye balling the room even when they’re with all of their friends. Why? They’re trying to steal dance moves off other people. You go, awkward dancer!
The Ironic Dancer
Because dancing is fun, but making fun of people dancing is fun-er. This person will be seen dancing in spurts, almost always with a group of friends, trying to make the group laugh.
This type of dancer is very restricted in their movement. They usually will only bop their head or arm to the beat. The feet move from side to side a little. They usually hang out on the outskirts of the dance floor and are easy to spot.
The Surprisingly Good Guy Dancer
He seems a little goofy at first and there’s a lot of laughing and joking around, but, damn, this boy can dance.
The Good Dancer
There’s always one. And they always make you (and everyone else) look bad. We can’t all be Beyonce, dammit. Leave those body rolls at home in front of the mirror where they belong!
The Couple that Should Probably Get a Room
OK, we get it. You guys are attracted to each other. Bumping into everyone on the dance floor is not going to help your cause; go home already!
The Girl Group
Not sure if they practiced this or they are trying to show each other up? There is some definite twerk competition happening here or choreography? You really can’t be sure.
The Solo Artist
This person definitely dances to their own drummer and not because their rhythm is off. This person will happily dance the night away all by themselves, even if there is literally no one else on the dance floor and they are fabulous at it. They have been infected by the beat. Can’t stop them now.
The Roaming Grinder
You never know when he will show up and you might not see him coming, but he’s always there. Dancing by yourself or with a group of friends, it doesn’t matter. The roaming grinder will find you and try to grind with you whether you like it or not.
The “This is My Song!” Dancer
They request songs frequently and scream “This is my song!” to multiple songs in a night. They also tend to look annoyed and shift to The Bopper when it is not their song.
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