She looked it over, reading the back print. "I always loved the song 'I Could have Danced All Night'," she began,glancing up at him and pulling back some of her hair. "I used to sing that constantly when I was little and would dance around..."
Tristan grinned slyly. "Go on, show me then," he dared her.
She gave him a bewildered grin. "No... you're not getting that pleasure, buddy."
"Come on," Tristan encouraged her. "I won't laugh... much."
She shook her head and stood up. "Not unless you dance with me." She stated.
Tristan almost choked on his own saliva. "I don't dance," he said quickly, shaking his head.
She smirked. "Neither do I. And you want a show, you're going to be in it."
Tristan huffed to himself but got up. "Ok, show me how to do this then," he said.
She grinned wider than ever and set the DVD down. Turning to him, she stepped forth and raised his hands. He held his right high and closed her small one in his takin ghis other and resting it gently on her side. She glanced up at him. "For starters, you just sway."
Tristan felt a blush rising in his cheeks and he fought to hold it back. He swayed awkwardly, completely out of time and with no rhythm.
She laughed and glanced down, them both getting it slowly. She started small squares and nodded at each beat.
"How come you can do this?" Tristan groaned. "It's impossible. Give me a monster to kill over dancing any day."
"Oh shsh, you are doing just fine," she smiled as they got more into it.
"You'd better not tell anyone about this," Tristan warned her, although only jokingly.
She smirked and roleld her eyes as the motions with their feet got bigger. "I won't... and you know, my dances as a girl were a lot more crazy then just step-touch-step."
"I'm pretty sure anything more than this is too complicated for me," Tristan grinned.
She glanced up at him. "Twirl me."
Tristan rolled his eyes but obliged. He couldn't help noticing how pretty she looked when she was having fun.
She laughed, tripping over her feet.
"Okay," Tristan said, drawing out the word. He caught her and stopped her from falling. "I think that's enough before any more accidents happen."