dancenoun

  • jaダンス
  • ena social event at which people move their bodies to music

Examples

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6:39 / --:--
Mute
1.
Well, Robbie texted me last night saying he wanted to talk to me.
2.
And I know he's gonna ask me to be his date.
3.
Gross.
4.
Don't say gross.
5.
I like Robbie.
6.
So go to the dance with him.
7.
No, gross.
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0:37 / --:--
Mute
1.
Wait, Veronica.
2.
Are we seriously not gonna talk about what happened between us?
3.
Archie, we had a moment— beautiful but fleeting moment.
5.
We crashed, in separate beds.
6.
I don't regret anything we said, Veronica, or did.
7.
Me neither, but I think you might be boyfriend-worthy.
8.
I agree.
9.
Let's test that theory at the homecoming dance.
10.
Unfortunately, I don't have the bandwidth to explore anything with anyone right now.
PLAY
2:02 / --:--
Mute
1.
Hello, my lady.
2.
Would you like to accompany me to the dance?
3.
Say yes!
4.
Heck yeah, I will!
PLAY
2:40 / --:--
Mute
1.
And I told her, I said we were gonna do the whole big circle.
2.
And I was gonna go off.
3.
And she said, ”Dad, if you embarrass me, I will never talk to you again.”
4.
But what she did do is she hung out with me.
5.
She sat there on the edge of the stage, by the DJ.
6.
And then, I'm sitting there with one other dad.
7.
I'm like, “This is not an edited version of this song.”
8.
There are explicit lyrics being played at a school dance for girls.
9.
And no good.
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1:09 / --:--
Mute
1.
Look, you guys.
2.
I so appreciate you going to all this trouble for me.
3.
But...
4.
The dance was supposed to be a father-daughter thing.
5.
I was okay with Spencer taking me but...
6.
Even if I went with Spencer, it's just not the same.
7.
And...
8.
Now I just want this night to be over.
9.
I don't wanna go to that dance with anyone.
10.
Not even me?
11.
Dad!
12.
Hey, snug bug.