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  1. Me4Fion
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    Spin, Whirl, & Swirl - What is their difference?

    As mentioned. I would appreciate if anyone can help. Thanks.

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    Re: Spin, Whirl, & Swirl - What is their difference?

    Spin and whirl are very similar, although whirl has a more "fun" sense to it.

    Swirl is when you mix two things together in a certain way. If you have chocolate cake batter and you pour it on top of yellow cake batter, and take a knife and make a few circular motions, you have swirled the chocolate into the yellow. It is not fully combined - but they are integrated into each other.

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