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20th May '18 1:07:40 PM WillyFourEyes
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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' parodied this in [[YouGotServed "You got F'd in the A!"]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' parodied this in [[YouGotServed [[Recap/SouthParkS8E4YouGotFdInTheA "You got F'd in the A!"]]
27th Apr '18 4:15:49 PM Malady
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* Cinderella's salvation more or less comes from dancing at a ball.

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* ''Literature/{{Cinderella}}'': Cinderella's salvation more or less comes from dancing at a ball.
21st Mar '18 5:45:17 PM mahidevrans
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* Both seasons of ''Series/{{Fi}}'' feature significant subplots related to Duru's dancing career and Deniz's work as a composer, director, and teacher.
** Season one focuses on Duru's ambitions as a lead performer and Deniz's struggle to open a performing arts center for his students.
** The second season brings Duru and Deniz together again for the production of ''Afife'', a new musical.
26th Dec '17 6:06:38 PM intastiel
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* In ''VideoGame/SidMeiersPirates'', formal balls are an integral component of the RomanceSidequest with Governors' daughters, and the player character needs to perform adequately on the dance floor in order to impress the daughter enough to develop their relationship.
4th Dec '17 10:28:55 AM jamespolk
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** In 1940 movie ''Film/TheMarkOfZorro'' the elaborate and energetic dance of Don Diego Vega (Tyrone Power) and Lolita Quintero (Linda Darnell) brings the two lovebirds closer together.

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** In 1940 movie ''Film/TheMarkOfZorro'' ''Film/{{The Mark of Zorro|1940}}'' the elaborate and energetic dance of Don Diego Vega (Tyrone Power) and Lolita Quintero (Linda Darnell) brings the two lovebirds closer together.
5th Sep '17 6:16:36 AM Sabrewing
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* In ''Unison'' on [=PS2=], dancing has been ''[[CulturePolice outlawed]]'' by Emperor Ducker. Doctor Dance puts together a performance group comprised of three girls to hijack television broadcasts of Ducker's own singing to show Unison dancing, inspiring the people of Twin Ships to take back their right to dance.
* Playing ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' might make you feel this way, especially with its oh-so-enthusiastic announcer.
-->"Everybody's '''waiting''' for you!"
21st Aug '17 11:30:16 AM Taxima
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* The Vanu Vanu of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'' treat the Sundrop Dance with the upmost importance. The Sundrop Dance is a dance performed before battle that is a measure of the dancer's strength and can cow weaker opponents without any violence.
22nd Jun '17 3:26:23 AM Eilevgmyhren
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* The Norwegian folk dance movement is rigidly working for the preservation of the "correct" traditional dance modes, including details like when and where to "bounce" in a 3/4 dance (often called a "springar" or "pols"). Woe betide those who screw this up. The fact that the dancers enter a number of contests each year, may heaten this tension many notches. To list a couple of examples: Early in TheNewTens, a fist fight nearly broke out over which dancer ''should'' have won the traditional male dance "halling". In 1992, an ''entire valley'' ended up in a severe FlameWar over how to dance the 3/4 dance correctly. It involved, among other things, exclusion, threatening letters, a lot of mental bruises and a number of performes just up and quitting for ''years''. Norwegian folk dancing is ''definitely'' serious business.

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* The Norwegian folk dance movement is rigidly working for the preservation of the "correct" traditional dance modes, including details like when and where to "bounce" in a 3/4 dance (often called a "springar" or "pols"). Woe betide those who screw this up. The fact that the dancers enter a number of contests each year, may heaten this tension many notches. To list a couple of examples: Early in TheNewTens, a fist fight nearly broke out over which dancer ''should'' have won the traditional male dance "halling". In 1992, an ''entire valley'' ended up in a severe FlameWar over how to dance the 3/4 dance correctly. It involved, among other things, exclusion, threatening letters, a lot of mental bruises and a number of performes performers just up and quitting for ''years''. Norwegian folk dancing is ''definitely'' serious business.
22nd Jun '17 3:25:35 AM Eilevgmyhren
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* The Norwegian folk dance movement is rigidly working for the preservation of the "correct" traditional dance modes, including details like when and where to "bounce" in a 3/4 dance (often called a "springar" or "pols"). Woe betide those who screw this up. The fact that the dancers enter a number of contests each year, may heaten this tension many notches. To list a couple of examples: Early in the NewTens, a fist fight nearly broke out over which dancer ''should'' have won the traditional male dance "halling". Early in the nineties, an ''entire valley'' ended up in a severe FlameWar over how to dance the 3/4 dance correctly. It involved, among other things, exclusion, threatening letters, a lot of mental bruises and a number of performes just up and quitting for ''years''. Norwegian folk dancing is ''definitely'' serious business.

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* The Norwegian folk dance movement is rigidly working for the preservation of the "correct" traditional dance modes, including details like when and where to "bounce" in a 3/4 dance (often called a "springar" or "pols"). Woe betide those who screw this up. The fact that the dancers enter a number of contests each year, may heaten this tension many notches. To list a couple of examples: Early in the NewTens, TheNewTens, a fist fight nearly broke out over which dancer ''should'' have won the traditional male dance "halling". Early in the nineties, In 1992, an ''entire valley'' ended up in a severe FlameWar over how to dance the 3/4 dance correctly. It involved, among other things, exclusion, threatening letters, a lot of mental bruises and a number of performes just up and quitting for ''years''. Norwegian folk dancing is ''definitely'' serious business.
22nd Jun '17 3:24:31 AM Eilevgmyhren
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* After a terrible Philadelphia Eagles game, a Website/{{Facebook}} member snidely commented that "the Eagles played like they were wearing tutus." Incensed at this, a member of the Pennsylvania Ballet offered up a [[http://www.someecards.com/news/sports/pennsylvania-ballet-eagles-play-like-they-were-wearing-tutus/ blistering editorial]] that described how difficult the life of a ballerina was and suggested that the comment was an insult to the dancers rather than the football players, capping it off with this gem: "So no, the Eagles have not played like they were wearing tutus. If they had, Chip Kelly would still be a head coach and we'd all be looking forward to the playoffs."

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* After a terrible Philadelphia Eagles game, a Website/{{Facebook}} member snidely commented that "the Eagles played like they were wearing tutus." Incensed at this, a member of the Pennsylvania Ballet offered up a [[http://www.someecards.com/news/sports/pennsylvania-ballet-eagles-play-like-they-were-wearing-tutus/ blistering editorial]] that described how difficult the life of a ballerina was and suggested that the comment was an insult to the dancers rather than the football players, capping it off with this gem: "So no, the Eagles have not played like they were wearing tutus. If they had, Chip Kelly would still be a head coach and we'd all be looking forward to the playoffs."playoffs.
* The Norwegian folk dance movement is rigidly working for the preservation of the "correct" traditional dance modes, including details like when and where to "bounce" in a 3/4 dance (often called a "springar" or "pols"). Woe betide those who screw this up. The fact that the dancers enter a number of contests each year, may heaten this tension many notches. To list a couple of examples: Early in the NewTens, a fist fight nearly broke out over which dancer ''should'' have won the traditional male dance "halling". Early in the nineties, an ''entire valley'' ended up in a severe FlameWar over how to dance the 3/4 dance correctly. It involved, among other things, exclusion, threatening letters, a lot of mental bruises and a number of performes just up and quitting for ''years''. Norwegian folk dancing is ''definitely'' serious business.
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