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Will Tampa Bay Dancer be the next Tampa Bay Modeling?
By C. A. Passinault
The following is an article about the next big thing, Tampa Bay Dancer, and includes a deeply personal story about an experience which would later inspire the creation of the Tampa Bay Dancer career resource site for professional dancers in the Tampa Bay market.

Will Tampa Bay Dancer be the next Tampa Bay Modeling?
Article Index

01. Dancers are the new model
02. The mis perception of dancing in Tampa Bay
03. The dancer in my soul, and the tragedy which became an inspiration for Tampa Bay Dancer
04. She wanted to be a part of my career, as well as the princess in my life
05. Fallen Angel - Accepting what was not to be as a dancer loses her dream
06. A hot modeling shoot, and the beginning of the end of us
07. Compromise - Believing what you want to as my ex asks me to DJ her wedding! Also, why I came to hate con artists and scams.
08. Tampa Bay Dancer - How the past inspires the future

PREVIOUS: Fallen Angel - A dancer loses her dream - Dancers are the new model - NEXT: Compromise - my ex asks me to DJ her wedding!

A hot modeling shoot, and the beginning of the end of us

The next morning, she and I went down to the Don Cesar, and met up with my model friends Kitty and Ken from Florida-Models.Com. We did the shoot, with some decent pictures taken, and I recall that it was one of those hot days where you scream when you try to grab a metal car door handle. It was blistering hot!
On the way back, my little dancer complained about Kitty, and that she didn’t like her. I told her to chill out, as Kitty was my friend. It was obvious that my dancer was jealous. She was jealous of a model who I was only friends with.
Two more things that annoyed me about that day. First, my dancer insisted on modeling with really dark lipstick on, which didn’t work out well. Second, her insistence that she get the rolls of film, get them developed, that she would retain the negatives, and that she would give me prints. She insisted that models “always get the negatives” (Didn’t a model named Jessica try to pull that on me, too, three years later?).
If I only knew then what I know now. I would have put that wannabe in her place.
At any rate, I obtained prints from the shoot. A week later, my dancer and I were at the mall, where she gave the prints to me, and her roommate was calling her on a cell phone every five minutes. I told her that I would appreciate it if she did not pick up the phone every time that he called, as it was rude, and wait to talk to him when she returned home. We then got into a big argument, and that’s when I told her that I was nearing the end. I told her that if she continued being rude and inconsiderate, and continued to act trashy and play her games, that she would lose me.
A few days later, she did lose me. I quit calling her, quit returning her calls, and quit spending time with her. She wasn’t worth it anymore. She didn’t deserve me.

PREVIOUS: Fallen Angel - A dancer loses her dream - Dancers are the new model - NEXT: Compromise - my ex asks me to DJ her wedding!

PUBLISHED 05/03/11

UPDATED 05/03/11

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