Always know where your towel is…

This line is from the hitch hikers guide to the Galaxy. It basicaly implies that somebody who can stay in control of virtually any situation is somebody who knows where his or her towel is.

In this article I am referring to Gents knowing where ones towel is when hitting the Salsa Scene, because if it is more than 200 meters away, it just may be too far.

Now, I know what you are thinking – ‘Carrying a towel is not cool and where the hell would I put it anyway?!’ Well you may be surprised to find out, your sweat is not cool either & you can keep your towel in your car or carry a small one that fits in the back of your pocket.

When its HOT, (& Cape Town has been scorching lately, plus we all know authentic salsa scenes do not have air-conditioning) you gotta come prepared. I have actually been nick-named ‘Linus'(the character from peanuts- picture below) by a certain Salsera because you will always find me with a towel (or 2, depending on how hot it is) every time I hit the salsa scene.

Always have your towelGents after all is said and done, you will probably get away with dripping like a faucet on the dance floor because to the ladies, dancing  is worth the minor inconvenience. However, if you wanna make the ladies want to dance with you even more than they already do, dabbing a towel over your head on occasion will definitely help.

Oh and don’t get me wrong, a certain amount of sweat is good. This is salsa after all, its supposed to be hot & sexy. But just like anything else in life there is a limit – So come prepared.

Below are 3 easy steps to ‘Always knowing where your towel is’:
1. Always carry a towel and an extra t-shirt or even 2 in the back of your car.
2. Always have some Roll-on and deodorant handy in the back of your car. sweat is 1 thing, but bad Body odor is another.
3. If for some reason you do not have a towel or extra t-shirt on-hand, then take a break every now and then to allow your body to cool down naturally.

Chapter 3 of the Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy:
“ … a towel has immense psychological value…… any man who can hitch the length and breadth of the galaxy, rough it, slum it, struggle against terrible odds, win through, and still knows where his towel is, is clearly a man to be reckoned with.”

So do you know where your towel is?

Que Viva La Salsa!

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About Chilly

Causality - I believe for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Cause and Effect. I am the cause - what will be the effect?
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2 Responses to Always know where your towel is…

  1. Leigh says:

    Chilly babe, I think I speak for all of us when I say thank you, thank you, thank you for this blog!

    In my view, there’s nothing wrong with sweat – salsa is a physical game after all… But there are limits. When it gets to a point where the gent does a spin and the lady gets a shower – it’s pushing our comfort levels a touch. I’m all for a towel! And when there’s so much sweat around that just by dancing, your hands get covered in it and you keep losing grip, it gets annoying! Also guys… if your face is sweaty, please refrain from pressing it against your lady’s cheek (unless she’s equally drenched) – I promise it’s not a pleasant experience for a partner who has just stepped onto the dancefloor no matter how ‘sensual’ or warmed up you’re feeling! Remember that you’re in control of these things, the lady doesn’t always have a say over where you’re putting her hands / face etc. So be conscious of it and how she might be feeling about it!

    And so agreed chilly, BO is a NO NO! Guaranteed way of chasing away your potential partners for the evening… Please use the DEO!

  2. Shireen McWhite says:

    BULIMIA! I had this conversation with you know who last night and actually told him you needed to blog about it. Shot lovely! Can we add that greeting people with a shower is gross tooooooo nothing worse than an approaching wet cheek… (h). Have some wetwipes handy.

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