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 Rip And Snort
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From a Circle (usually moving) (with hands joined).

The designated couple (couple #1, couple #2, tallest couple, sexiest couple, etc.) will lead through an arch formed by the couple across from them. After going through the arch, the lead couple will let go of inside hands and separate while everyone else retains hold of hands. The lead couple pulls all the others with them through the arch and the arching couple turns under their own arms without letting go. All join hands again in the original circle.

Rip And Snort can also be called from a circle of four to end in a line of four. The actives will move out to becomes ends of these lines. For example, see Wild Over You, Mac Gregor 8745

Comments and Examples:

Parts of this definition were taken (almost verbatim) from "The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing" by Jay King, and from "Burlesons".

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