Wednesday’s news contained one interesting tidbit of information – British psychologists have identified the specific dance moves that entice women the most. Yes, you’ve read that correctly.
In fact, they’ve even created a visual demonstration of these moves (which has been uploaded to YouTube – as a reference guide, I surmise), complete with examples of both the good – and the not so good – dance moves.
According to these new findings, women pay the most attention to the torso, head, and neck when observing these “manly mambos.” Bad moves, apparently, consist of repetitive twitching. Hmm. Didn’t quite need a psychologist to tell you that, right?
The conclusions rendered seem reasonable. If you frequent clubs, you’ll know that dancing creates the prime opportunity for a potential romantic encounter. You are either asked to dance by a fellow club-goer, or you ask a fellow club-goer to do the same.
And, it is no secret that if this potential suitor’s moves aren’t up to par, or are just peculiar, the chances of an interaction decreases. It’s just not “cool,” to put it plainly.
Psychologists have delved deeper, however, and pinpointed the minute nuances of dance moves and their effects on the brain of an onlooker whose interests are implicitly romantic. These movements were judged down to the maneuvers of the right leg, as well as the speed and variability of these actions.
Essentially, it all comes down to biology.
Do you think these findings have any relevancy? Would you ditch a guy if he had miserable moves?