I was at a bar attending a dance class for men. I had missed the previous session, so I had to pay attention to catch up. We were working on a dance routine that involved standing in a ring on an oval-shaped bar, which had a bar top in some areas and a thin railing in others. My socks were too slick for me to balance on the railing, so I stood on the bar top. For this class, a group of professional women dancers in wheelchairs was brought in. We were working on a section of the routine where the men did a forward-facing trust fall off the bar and into our seated partner's laps. This routine involved a lot of preparation and explanation from our pudgy gay instructor. The class was almost over, and it seemed like we weren't going to actually get to the trust fall, and I was hungry, so I decided to leave and get some food.
The bar was in a large open basement, and I went upstairs to a smaller seedier bar to order my food. My order was taken by a scantily-clad cocktail waitress. While I waited, I decided to go outside for a walk.
I walked down the street and around the corner. It was nighttime. Some people were waiting at a bus stop, and I stopped to offer directions and advice about which bus to take and where to get off, then made my way back to the bar.
Back at the bar, I picked up my food, a bowl of seafood pasta and vegetables in white sauce, then went back downstairs to find a table and eat while I read a book. By this time the place was hopping. There were lots of people sitting at tables, and the light show was starting-up next to a huge stage and dance floor. I asked a waiter to help me find a seat in a place with enough light to read my book. He made a vague gesture to one side of the room, and I made my way through the crowded room to try and find an empty table. Once I found a place to sit, the lights dimmed, and it was too dark to read my book, so I continued to explore the room while eating my food.
I ran into one of the guys from the dance class, who informed me I had left too early, and had missed the actual trust fall