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Date Posted: 15:00:08 07/05/11 Tue
Author: :)
Subject: Haha I agree, they arn't old at all!!! But I suppose for some, it gets to a point in Irish dancing where they just want to move on, and Irish Dancing is quite a big comitment if you're taking it seriously, so can tie you down a bit.
In reply to: dancer 's message, "old dancers" on 02:51:57 07/05/11 Tue

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  • its a pity the dancers here just stop with very few going on to teach and continue to promote the dancing that gave them so much (NT) -- not sure why this happens here, 00:51:18 07/09/11 Sat

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