El Celulareo

[caption id=“attachment_577” align=“alignnone” width=“539” caption=“El Celulareo?”][/caption] Based on the recent discussion on mobile phones in the milongas. This is the cartoon I mentioned, from B.A. Tango No 198. "It is astounding Brown. The mobile phone has invaded even the milongas." "Shall we dance, Rosita?" "Yes, José!" "I'll finish my coffee and we'll dance." "I'll be waiting for you, Adriana" PS: You can subscribe to B.A. Tango by email by sending an email to abatango@yahoo. [Read More]

No-one will talk to you at parties

Do Not Park Here by Thomas Hawk, on Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.0 Generic License by  Thomas Hawk

Being serious about tango doesn’t mean you have to take yourself too seriously.

It can be fun, too!

Just because tango can be deep and serious, doesn’t mean it can’t be a lot of fun, too.

I remember learning very early about the three musical genres: milonga was fun, tango serious and vals about love…

…so no coincidence that two out of three are milongas:




Dancing is for fags and sissies...

Photo: zabara_tango@flickr, CC-licensed

Photo: Un Milonguero Mejicano@flickr, CC-licensed

– while football is for real men:

Photo: NaturalBlu@flickr, CC-licensed

Photo: NaturalBlu@flickr, CC-licensed