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03-27-2009, 02:53 PM
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Phoenix
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stop to your left, stop to your right

I've discovered that when me and the other half say "stop to my left" we mean totally the opposite.

When I say "I stop to my left", I mean I skate along, turn clockwise 90 degrees so that I stop with my left foot in front. However the other half turns ANTICLOCKWISE.

So is there an actual generic right/wrong here? It'd be different if I said "stop so you're facing left", but now I don't know! Or how about if I said "stop to your left side" - I could take that both ways!

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