Carnets de bal

Bryan McAlister

Message 6045 · 9 Jan 1997 21:57:19 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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I agree Jim
In message <199701080753_XX2-X5X-XXX9@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx>, The_Healys
<100535.3242@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx> writes
>Martin Sheffield writes re Dance cards:
>> Some say, if everyone gets booked up before the dance even
>> starts, some people that are nervous of inviting others, or
>> who don't know many people at a dance, are going to feel left
>> out, find themselves stuck all evening with partners no-one
>> else wants, or find sets are all made up by the time they have
>> made the rounds of the wall flowers.
>
>That says it all, Martin. I feel very strongly about this that
>Dance cards are anti-social and SCD is social dancing. We are
>having an outbreak of "booking dances" in Scotland at the moment
>and there are certain places where attendances are falling
>particularly at Summer dancing where visitors are finding they
>spend the evening at the bottom of the hall.
>
>I'm agin 'em
>
>Jim Healy
>
>--
>The_Healys <100535.3242@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx>
>

Bryan McAlister

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