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20 Signs You Used To Be A Dancer

The pain of a tap shoe hitting your heel was too real.

20 Signs You Used To Be A Dancer

1. You have a habit of lifting your leg in arabesque when you bend down to grab something.

2. You had jewelry solely known as "competition jewelry".

3. Cracking your hips is the best feeling in the world.

4. You can't help but make up combinations in your head when you hear a song.

5. And once you've used a song for dance you never hear it the same again.

6. You have a weird love for stretching.

7. You have a special hatred for "Going across the floor".

8. You still have a lot of your old costumes.

9. You learned how to first do makeup because of dance.

10. You cut holes in your tights to make them convertible.

11. Trying to stand still usually results in you doing a tap or ballet move in place.

12. When you were younger you would choreograph dances for fun.

13. Always having to go in public places in your dance outfits.

14. Picking out costumes and trying them on were two of your favorite days of rehearsal.

15. You count in intervals of 8.

16. You find way too much enjoyment in watching dance videos.

17. You automatically thought of spring as "competition season".

18. Wearing newly bought dance clothes to rehearsal was your favorite.

19. The numbers "5-6-7-8" naturally have a certain rhythm to you.

20. The pain of a tap shoe hitting your heel was too real.

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