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    "Dear Edie,
    My friend and I have a long-running competition for the number of different women we can dance with in a single evening. The rules are that it has to be a partner dance (eg. Salsa, Merengue, Cha Cha, etc.) and you have to dance the whole dance except for a small allowance for changing partners between records. The record used to be 22 which I held for about a year but at a recent function I managed 30. My friend danced all night and only managed 21 because he was too polite to say no to his favorite partners after he had danced with them once. Have you heard of anyone else (male or female) who has kept a count or should we be regarded as sick individuals who use women for our own purposes then immediately cast them aside to look for someone else?
    - Sick Individual"


    Dear Sick Individual,
    No, I don't think you're sick, just a little bloody MAD, that's all! You Brits just CRACK ME UP!!! You're RIOTS! I cannot WAIT till you come back to LA - and bring your friend with you! I haven't heard of such a competition, as you have explained, but my friend, I believe that 30 women in one night would even set a record at the Los Angeles Mayan, where 1000 of the 2000 people are women! I don't even think I've EVER danced with that many different men in one evening... sure have come close though!!

    Keep up the good work my friend. You're not sick, and you're not using women - just having the time of your life!!!

    Happy Dancing!
    - Edie, The Salsa FREAK!!
    www.SalsaFreak.com
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