This video demonstration shows an odd, comedic dance/skit from the 19th Century. In order to perform the "Blind Man's Bluff", a man sits in a chair blind folded while two woman sit in different chairs in front of the blind folded man. The blind folded man must then pick one of the two women sitting in front of him to dance with. However, while the blind folded man is contemplating on which of the women to pick, a different man is placed in one of the woman's seats. Therefore, the blind folded man may either pick a woman or man to dance with. After the blind folded man makes his decision by pointing to one of the two participants, the man must dance with the chosen person. This video is only a demonstration, and unfortunately it does not give step by step instructions.
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