You don't have to twirl to have fun!

Guy Dawson

Message 8435 · 3 Aug 1997 08:00:53 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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XXXXXXXXX@xxx.xxx wrote :

> I have never twirled and never will twirl........I have never felt the need
> to , and I just don't want to, BUT I have a heck of a lot of fun when
> dancing, and hopefully my partner and the rest of the set does too.

My wife on the other hand loves to twirl and I twirl her often.

> When I don't have fun, is when someone crashes into me, stands on
> my feet, or enters a reel the wrong way because of extra twirls.

On this, I quite agree. Twirls should be fitted into the dance without
disturbing the normal flow of the dance. A large part of the
satisfaction of the twirls is to be able to fit them in with the rest
of the dance. Any fool can stop dancing the dance and go twirling.

Guy
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