Saturday, 24 May 2008

I have discovered my brother does this for fun

Although this is not him in the video...Full of surprises, my family...



Update:

My bro says:

"The example in your blog is a very good one too; it is pretty much how it would actually be danced in a club (by me, for example!). If anything the clip is a little tame.

The music in that clip is zouk, an Antillean (=French Caribbean) musical style designed for a different (and less interesting!) dance, which has been adopted by modern lambada dancers as our standard dance music. But we dance to all sorts, for example to this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smkiSJf2cHE


SAUCY and SPLENDID! I am proud of you, bro xxxx

25 comments:

The Beast Of Clerkenwell said...

Lilith
Im sorry.
This must be a terrible time for your family )+:

killemallletgodsortemout said...

From some angles, and for some reason which I am unable to explain, the woman's arse end reminds me of an ostrich strutting its stuff. Lovely set of pins on her, too.

Lil, pay no heed to BOC. Just because your brother does this strutting, it does not necessarily mean that he is a poof.

Lilith said...

I think in real life they all look a lot sweatier in the darkened clubs where they do this stuff...:-)

You could do worse than take up Lambada, Beast...you acquire a six pack and you get to spin the girl around like a top.

Killem, of course it means no such thing. We are all a bit partial to minority dancing in my family. Mum with her flamenco, bro with lambada, and my daughter with burlesque...(actually that last bit isn't true)

Lilith said...

It can be quite hot and het, Hitch, honest:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHs_4q_9mlg

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Congratulations to your bro! He ahs my respect.

The Old Tarf said...

I am jealous, still dance like I did in the sixties, Badly.

Lilith said...

Pretty special huh, SSNick :-)

That's the attitude, Old Tarf...I think it looks enormous fun :-)

Scroblene said...

I'm always being told off for waving my arms about...

However, I managed to savage someone's ankle with a well earned 'Single leg arkwright' a few years ago.

It's still discussed in certain circles...

Lilith said...

I live in mortal terror of a single leg arkwright at all local gigs, Scroblene...cider does terrible things for the balance and the inhibitions.

And you have to wave your arms about...how else do you keep the music out of your eyes?

grumpy grandad said...

Can you now explain why the mad mullahs disapprove of this stuff? Are they all simply jealous or worried about peer pressure? Or maybe they are all eunuchs (or as a certain train driver might say: yew nooks)?

Lilith said...

I think, GG, it is because we women are so lascivious that men need protecting from our degenerate and carnal ways.

gg said...

Ah...! That must be it...

Trubes said...

Well,
I did the Lambada with a very drippy young spotty accountant at an office party, many moons ago.
'You do realise I am engaged to be married, he gasped as I bent him over my left leg for the third time. I said 'I'm only dancing with you and ,what's more I'm your boss so do it again!!
He was quite a good dancer mind, but not a vey good Accountant.

electro-kevin said...

Your brother must be an upstanding member of the community.

I know I would be.

Lilith said...

Hilarious Trubes. You told him!! A woman of many talents you are...:-)))

Lilith said...

E-K, perhaps that is why they dance so closely...we'll never know. It does look hot though :-)

Trubes said...

Hi Lil: I'm not so much a woman of many talents, more like, a Jack of all trades and Master of none.
If there was anything going on, on the party scene 'tho' I was always 'up for it'!

Glad Pig's fine.x

Di.xx

Trubes said...

P.S> I've posted a bit of silliness on my site for your perusal, s'pose it's a bit corny but I'm trying to get ready for our holiday next week.x

Lilith said...

It's a very touching post Trubes :-)not corny.

Tuscan Tony said...

When Paolo turns up tomorrow I'll try out some of those moves on him.

Kilod said...

"We are all a bit partial to minority dancing in my family. Mum with her flamenco, bro with lambada, and my daughter with burlesque..."

You left out your candomble, mama. My, but tis fantastic!
snogs x

Lilith said...

Peasant Lambada...a new dance stylee in Tuscany...start a craze TT.


Oh Kilod, my gorgeous girl, did you have to mention that? *blushes*

Philipa said...

How's the flash floods up there Lilith? R U dancing in the warm summer rain?

Lilith said...

A little further south Pip, but garden looks bashed :-(

liliths_brother said...

Here's a beautiful one, a Majorcan brother and sister dancing in Galicia last week

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=9w5BIFyti14