When I introduce the move in Texas, I just say "do a small 'g' gypsy" and then it gives my license to still say gypsy. But a survey of most Texas dancers -- they prefer "gypsy". It's a verb, not a noun/pronoun (whatever).
On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 1:02 PM, Martha Wild via Callers < email@example.com> wrote: > Interesting discussion on the Portland Country Dance Community Facebook > page. Lots of great suggestions. A lot of people really don’t like “right > shoulder round” (I’m one of them). I tried one of their suggestions last > night - Kipsey - and it worked amazingly well. Easy to say, particularly > when you are cutting down the calling to one word (what do you do with > right shoulder round? shoulder? Ick.) And everyone can hear the similarity > and knows what to do. I had tried spiral for a while and people just seemed > confused. The other suggestion that I noticed today was from Susan Michaels > - “look-see” That has the virtue of a similar rhyming two syllable call, > and it’s upbeat and fun and has emphasis on facing the other person. Check > out the discussion. https://www.facebook.com/groups/62950211264/permalink/ > 10155943260651265/ > > > _______________________________________________ > List Name: Callers mailing list > List Address: Callers@lists.sharedweight.net > Archives: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/ > > -- *Looking forward,Linda S. Mrosko* *102 Mitchell Drive* *Temple, Texas 76501* *(903) 292-3713 (Cell)* *(903) 603-9955 (Skype)* *contradancetx.com <http://www.contradancetx.com>* *www.zazzle.com/fuzzycozy* <http://www.zazzle.com/fuzzycozy*> (Dance buttons, t-shirts, & more)*
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