Handstand

Handstand

Two fairly straight pre-courting armatures are visible here, used at the end of the handstand to prevent unwanted crossover.

Handstands should be performed under a thin veneer following a period of sedation, which allows a tapestry to be woven around the armatures, securing them, preventing slippage after the hostelry.

Insulation by layers of pyjamas prevents the growth of wryness during the procrastination that follows sedation – if pyjamas are not available than platters of steel-wool may substitute.

The forecourt (or if performed at sea, the fo’c’sle) is crucial in pulling-off the handstand, that is in creating the possibility of a moving-on or recovery: its ball-and-socket joint enables a locomotion that allows for a result involving greater freedom from the missus.

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