Here is a hint, ladies of tango: When you kick over the vase of flowers on a table at the edge of the floor, your boleo is too damn high.
(Or, possibly equally, the leader is a pretty poor navigator.)
And a tip for everyone: When it happens twice in one evening, you're not at a very good milonga. But we also knew that from the hopping (!) couples, the floating tango à trois going on at various times throughout the evening, and the music that shifted nonsensically between alternative and traditional within the same tanda. (Even the DJ started to get the message when couples cleared the floor, thinking that his next song was actually a cortina. Looking embarrassed, he faded the music out and went into the next tanda.)
How I wish I were making any of this up.
Antonio Busto - September 29, 1936 — June 28, 2018 Antonio started dancing when he was 14 or 15 years old, practicing with other boys in the neighborhood. His favorite orc...
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