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Guys All Women Encounter At The Club

Just in time for hot girl summer, we're all out and about on the town again, which means we're moving drinks in the living room to drinks at the club. In case you've forgotten how social interactions at the club work (or how social interactions work in general), ya girl is here to refresh your memory. To optimize your night out, you need to know who to befriend, and who to look out for. Because I'm such a good friend, I've compiled a list of eight types of guys you meet at the club so you can prepare adequately before getting too intoxicated to tell the difference. Always remember the golden rule, Cheezcakers: prep yourself before you wreck yourself

Guys women encounter at the club | thumbnail text - Awkward Hoverer A clubbing first-timer (or his friends cancelled on him at the last minute), this guy will hover around your friend group and dance awkwardly forever - until you let him into your circle. If you're feeling generous, adopt him for the night. Cheers to new friends!
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Nine Types of Wing-Women Who Can Make or Break One's Love Life

Remember when we used to go clubbing? Well, a good wing-woman could really make or break the experience. Some people are built for it, they've truly mastered the art of body language and subliminal messaging. The outside world is a wild place, but a good wing-woman can help you to navigate the wilderness with finesse. We all have different tactics, for better or for worse. Here are nine different kinds of wing-women, which one are you? Be honest.

Nine kinds of wing-women who make or break your dating life| Thumbnail text - Lipstick - 1.The Sourpss 2.The One Who Wants Him Too 3.The One Who's Actually in Love With You
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Stunning Dancers Practicing Out In The City Streets (20 Photos)

Amazing and gorgeous photos of dancers expressing their art in the middle of the street have been captured by Melika Dez. 

Dancing is a way of life, it is the freedom of movement. It's something you do not realize but do each and every day, even if you are not a dancer. Melika Dez, a portrait and choreography photographer, made a bold move and wanted to capture this feeling of freedom. She invited dancers to perform in the streets of New York, Paris, Montreal, and Rome and let them shine their freedom to the whole world.

The photographer took pictures of different forms of dance in the mist of the busy cities. Scroll below to see only some of the many she has captured...

More info: Melika Dez photography | facebook (h/t fubiz)



photos of dancers in the busy cities
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