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I wonder if "bizarre" could be referred to "erotic dance"? actually I am not sure, I just heard (maybe misheard) conversations in a movie that one asks "what do you do?", the other said "I am a dancer". Then, "Ballet?", "No, bizarre".
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Hello I wonder if "bizarre" could be referred to "erotic dance"? actually I am not sure, I just heard (maybe misheard) conversations in a movie that one asks "what do you do?", the other said "I am a dancer". Then, "Ballet?", "No, bizarre".

You might confuse "belly dancer" with "ballet dancer" (not if you actually saw them dancing, of course), but I don't know about "bizarre".

"Bizarre" means "strange", "weird", "odd", "outlandish" etc. However, other than being associated with those normal meanings, I have no idea what a "bizarre dance" is. Do a Google on "bizarre dancer", and have a look at the YouTube videos!

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Hello I wonder if "bizarre" could be referred to "erotic dance"? actually I am not sure, I just heard (maybe misheard) conversations in a movie that one asks "what do you do?", the other said "I am a dancer". Then, "Ballet?", "No, bizarre".

Could it have been "burlesque"? That does mean "erotic dancer" in some places (although it means other things as well).

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Hello I wonder if "bizarre" could be referred to "erotic dance"? actually I am not sure, I just heard (maybe ... do you do?", the other said "I am a dancer". Then, "Ballet?", "No, bizarre". Kevin in Hong Kong (a Chinese)

I've never seen "bizarre" used as a synonym for "erotic"; although depending on the context of the overall conversation, it might be a considered a euphemism for erotic.

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Hello I wonder if "bizarre" could be referred to "erotic dance"? actually I am not sure, I just heard (maybe ... do you do?", the other said "I am a dancer". Then, "Ballet?", "No, bizarre". Kevin in Hong Kong (a Chinese)

Are there bazaar dancers? As in, someone who dances to attract people to a particular market related event with a fair /fairground atmosphere.
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Hello I wonder if "bizarre" could be referred to "erotic ... Then, "Ballet?", "No, bizarre". Kevin in Hong Kong (a Chinese)

Are there bazaar dancers? As in, someone who dances to attract people to a particular market related event with a fair /fairground atmosphere.

I would think that a "bazaar dancer" might be a "belly dancer" - all very "exotic"!

Ian
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Hello I wonder if "bizarre" could be referred to "erotic ... Then, "Ballet?", "No, bizarre". Kevin in Hong Kong (a Chinese)

I've never seen "bizarre" used as a synonym for "erotic"; although depending on the context of the overall conversation, it might be a considered a euphemism for erotic.

I've not heard it either, but it wouldn't surprise me, in much the same way as dealers in old books refer in their catalogues to "curious plates", meaning "obscene pictures".

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Are there bazaar dancers? As in, someone who dances to attract people to a particular market related event with a fair /fairground atmosphere.

I would think that a "bazaar dancer" might be a "belly dancer" - all very "exotic"!

I have a 17-year old neighbor who wants to be a bizarre bazaar belly ballet erotic exotic dancer. What should I tell her?
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I have a 17-year old neighbor who wants to be a bizarre bazaar belly ballet erotic exotic dancer. What should I tell her?

Dunno.. But will she be able to drive the audience ecstatic?
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