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Thread: Have you ever actually put on something so Girly it made you PRANCE ?

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    Have you ever actually put on something so Girly it made you PRANCE ?

    Over the years I have heard women use the term Prancing to describe what they think men do when we put on their frilly dresses and lingerie . Do you think this is true or just the women kind of teasing us ?

    I mean i will admit to swishing in a dress, but prancing just sounds so un manly ?

    Has anyone ever been caught prancing ?

    Any thoughts or experiences

    Thanks

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    "Unmanly"? Isn't that what we STRIVE FOR here?

    Personally, I don't bother with: shaving my face very often, shaving anywhere else, ever, painting my nails, wearing earrings, or underdressing. And, not because any of that is UNMANLY! Because it's all a nuisance!

    And, "No", I've never even thot of prancing around when dressed!
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    I think the term may be used to denigrate a man who wears women's clothing. I'd also throw in the term "sashaying." Both terms produce a visual of the person exaggerating his or her movements. Having been married to a very attractive and sexy woman for a very long time there have been many times when she was 'modeling' some new attire and seeking an approval. Yes, sometimes she may have done a twirl in front of me or in front of a full length mirror to see how the dress moves with her body. I have never seen a woman "prance" with an exaggerated movement. The visual I get is really ridiculous. That is what I think some women visualize. Again, to me it is to denigrate a cross dresser.

    Me? It has never occurred to me to 'prance' around.

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    I definitely look at myself in the mirror and switch my hips and shake my butt and other feminine movements lol but I don’t know if that is really prancing.

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    I will admit to cavorting, gamboling, frolicking, romping, mincing, and sashaying, but prancing is beyond the pale. It's not like I'm some kind of pansy!!

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    What came to mind in reading your title is more of a general interpretation of the question rather than a literal meaning of prancing. So with that being said it came to mind once when I was alone I put on what was termed a Mexican Wedding Dress. Which was white cotton an made of large lace. Elastic around the neck so it could be worn off of the shoulders if wanted to. I played Shania Twain Man I Feel Like a Woman and danced around the apartment joyously. Dance/prance... whatever... great memories. Thanks for the recall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilSissyStevie View Post
    I will admit to cavorting, gamboling, frolicking, romping, mincing, and sashaying, but prancing is beyond the pale. It's not like I'm some kind of pansy!!
    I see I'm not really needed here.

    I'll admit to sauntering, but that's irrespective of attire.
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    For some reason I am picturing a Tennessee walking horse wearing a tutu and prancing as they are trained to do.

    Personally I don't recall ever prancing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracii G View Post
    For some reason I am picturing a Tennessee walking horse wearing a tutu and prancing as they are trained to do.

    Personally I don't recall ever prancing.
    Yup Tracii! I get the same visual which always includes horses, lol. The tutu just added to the visual!

    So the question is, Robbie, do you feel that you prance?

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    The tutu on the horse just sounds too cute LOLOL.

    Robbie admits to swishing so chances are he prances too and just wonders how many others do.
    Honest question I suppose.
    Last edited by Tracii G; 06-06-2019 at 02:15 PM.

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    Prancing is what separates the Lipizzaners from the lolligagers.

    Well that and being able to jump the goat...
    Last edited by Robertacd; 06-07-2019 at 09:47 PM.

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    I've sauntered, sashayed, strolled, strutted, swayed, and even slinked (slunk?) on occasion, but I can't recall ever 'prancing'.
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    How about not wearing something that made me prance? .

    OK, so when I was young and still coming to terms with coordinating a quickly growing body, I used to dash around my parents' house wearing no shoes. Often when rounding a corner, I made the mistake of taking it a little too tightly, and I blasted my little toe against the washing machine or a skirting board. That used to trigger some skippy, hoppy, dance motions.



    It was a delayed pain . The brain seemed to process very quickly that it was going to hurt a lot before it did. The wait was like being led to the gallows. I sometimes started a mild dance beforehand to try and shore up my alleviation equity. Never worked! .

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    Tried on a black skater skirt in a shop, hopped out of the change room to see the big mirror in the changing room foyer.
    So excited I did a big twirl.
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    I'm with Rachel, I have twirled, but never pranced.
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    On occasion when I think I look goooood in a new outfit. I but that extra bounce in my step. My wife doesn't use that term but does comment on my added enthusiasm lol.

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    No. I feel contentment when I think I look good.

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    Well I must admit I had forgotten when I was younger about putting on one of my sisters Ballerina outfits from one of her shows. When you put on a tutu, tights and ballet slippers it is impossible not to kind of dance about and twirl. I challenge you to give it a try if you doubt it.

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    Not sure about clothing induced prancing, skirt twirling for sure. Though my youngest son is quite energetic and we have pranced a few times on hikes and such.

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    I'm surprised no one has looked it up...so...here it is according to Google Dictionary:
    ..(of a person) walk or move around with ostentatious, exaggerated movements.
    "she pranced around the lounge impersonating her favorite pop stars"
    synonyms: cavort, dance, jig, trip, caper, jump, leap, spring, bound, skip, hop

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    Can’t say I’ve ever pranced around....but I’m continually watching female body language, especially walking and arm movements. When I’m looking nice, I practice walking, arm movements, etc. in front of my full length mirror. For me, it’s a challenge....sometimes good, sometimes exaggerated, but fun.

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    Absolutely! Tried on a taffida gown and pranced around the shop!

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    Mmmmmmm taffida .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joyce Swindell View Post
    I'm surprised no one has looked it up...so...here it is according to Google Dictionary:
    ..(of a person) walk or move around with ostentatious, exaggerated movements.
    "she pranced around the lounge impersonating her favorite pop stars"
    synonyms: cavort, dance, jig, trip, caper, jump, leap, spring, bound, skip, hop
    Quote Originally Posted by Lydianne View Post
    That used to trigger some skippy, hoppy, dance motions.
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    It may well be a girly thing, but I have never felt totally girly until I have put on a pair of serious heels. Ladies fashions change for every season, but the one thing that does not change is their love for high heels. I love it, and as for my dressing, I walk in such a way with high heels that cannot be replicated in normal guy mode.

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