What Goes Around, Comes Around

SourceDir: 3-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
Level: Advanced

***IMPROPER, BIZARRE ***
Setup: Ladies Chain over & Back + Ext Courtesy T. Ladies R-R Center

A1: (16) Ladies Hey Around the Men {1}
A2: (16) Swing {Future} Neighbor
B1: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back + Shift Left {-> P Across}
    (8)  Men Allemande Left 1.25 {2}
B2: (8)  {Scoop Partner} Star Promenade + Butterfly Whirl
    (8)  Ladies Allemande Right 3/8 + Men Roll N. Right to L. {3}
C1: (16) Men Hey Around the Ladies {4}
C2: (16) Swing {Former} Neighbor
D1: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back + Shift Left {-> P Across}
    (8)  Men Allemande Left 1.25
D2: (8)  {Scoop Partner} Star Promenade + Butterfly Whirl
    (8)  Ladies Chain {+ extended courtesy turn} {5}

CallingNotes: A real mind bender!  In the C/D parts, the dancers don't 
  progress, but in A/B they double progress!  {1} The ladies get to shop 
  around and check out various men.  First ladies walk CW around the man 
  ahead of them, then they pass their current Neighbor by the Left, and 
  then walk CW around the man who was behind them when they started the 
  hey (their future neighbor).  The men don't move.  Ladies trace the 
  path of a Hey with their feet.  Ladies end this figure facing the third 
  man, whom they swing.   {2} Which man to allemande?  Partner is 
  directly across.  Men shift gaze one place to their left.  {3} Dancers 
  now facing up or down, with GENTS right to right in center - thus 
  creating a gender reversed version of the starting formation.  {4} Men 
  go CW around lady ahead, pass current Neighbor by Left, then CW around 
  lady behind.  Swing the third lady (a former neighbor).  {5} The 
  extended courtesy turn leaves couples facing up or down, with the 
  ladies standing right to right in the center.

NotesOther: From J.H. - Not sure how B2 will work, the gents going 
  counterclockwise in the butterfly might flow into the right to left 
  roll away but it seems like the ladies might have an abrupt change in 
  momentums  going from clockwise allemande to counterclockwise roll 
  away.  The similar but slightly different B2 and D2 will cause some 
  problems.  Definitely a very advanced dance.