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Barry Donovan
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A work mate asked if I could do some balloons at his daughters birthday so I said yea that's fine, turned up and there was about 50 kids!!!
so sat in the corner and in a long queue they came up 1 by 1 and I asked what they would like, nothing to challenging luckilyk, mainly teddys on hearts, snakes, sword and shield, that kind of thing, but 90 minutes later after I finished the last 1 I was shattered, really quite tiring sitting and twisting non stop!
quite a few parents took my card so might lead on to other things, who knows
when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth
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Youre fast.
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YES balloon twisting is tiring, and does leave us exausted after a party
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Hmmm - did you have fun?? And if not do you want further enquiries? You may end up doing stuff that you don't really want to be doing!

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Congratulations and I wish you continued success as a twister. The more you twist, the more you pick up the short cuts that make you even faster...such as roll thru ties, twist ties, locking balloons to prevent repairs, as well as tips for crowd control and line management.

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