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Martin.Sheffield

Message 25049 · 25 Feb 2001 11:57:39 · Variable-width font · Whole thread

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>>>I never go to a dance unless there's at least one sit-down-&-have-a-chat
>>>dance on the list.

>>You mean 'lemonade' dance?

>Hrm, nope, I think both of you mean a "bathroom" dance, wherein one dashes
>to the ...

Ah, but, you may not need to go (to have a bath?) every time Red House
appears on the program -- it may even be the first dance of the evening --
whereas we are always ready for a chat.

Some dancers don't realize how lucky they are to have time between dances
for a littel socializing. General dogsbodies like myself are always too
busy finding the right track on the right cd for the next dance (or
surreptitiously checking whether the next dance begins set-&-cast or
set-&-cross). As for finding time to have a drink or go to the bathroom --
forget it !

Which is why I like other people's programs to have at least one
sit-down-&-have-a-chat dance (such as R.. H.....)

On the other hand, I'm quite willing to forgo the chat, if the program is
made up of IPFTA, Nottingham Lace, Kelpie of Loch C, and all those other
special dances with special music that one cannot possibly sit out.

Martin,
 in Grenoble, France.

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