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MADELEINE BY KATE MCCANN — II (The David Payne visit)

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Post by plebgate on Tue Jun 28, 2016 7:19 am

I guess it means twirling her around as anyone who has ever had or played with small children would be able to guess!

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Post by Robittybob1 on Tue Jun 28, 2016 7:28 am

@plebgate wrote:I guess it means twirling her around as anyone who has ever had or played with small children would be able to guess!
It is not a word with that meaning in the dictionary but that was what I took it to mean as well.  DP wanted to play with the Mccann kids but he wasn't allowed for they were going to bed.   Who's to say that someone didn't enter the apartment immediately after the Mccanns left on their walk to the Tapas Restaurant?

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Post by plebgate on Tue Jun 28, 2016 7:31 am

Well if it's in the dictionary would you please paste the meaning over here.

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Post by Robittybob1 on Tue Jun 28, 2016 8:01 am

@plebgate wrote:Well if it's in the dictionary would you please paste the meaning over here.
The Urban dictionary said "twizzing" was something like tweezing your eyelashes while at the same time peeing.   big grin

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Post by Nina on Tue Jun 28, 2016 11:19 am

@Robittybob1 wrote:
@jd wrote:....... You know I, you know I did know the children very well, we'd all you know, met up many times before err you know I, you know again I'd be playing with Madeleine you know in the, err the play area err you know during that week, you know lifting her up, twizzing her round and everything, I knew her that well, you know, to do that, and as I say err she'd definitely know who I was and certainly, as I say, just to reinforce that she looked very happy.'

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Does anyone know what "twizzing her round" is?
Yes.  Picking a child up and whilst holding it turning  round on the spot thus the child  is going  round   and round  as if on a roundabout.
Often accompanied with shrieks  of excitement/terror.

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Post by Robittybob1 on Tue Jun 28, 2016 11:56 am

@Nina wrote:
@Robittybob1 wrote:
@jd wrote:....... You know I, you know I did know the children very well, we'd all you know, met up many times before err you know I, you know again I'd be playing with Madeleine you know in the, err the play area err you know during that week, you know lifting her up, twizzing her round and everything, I knew her that well, you know, to do that, and as I say err she'd definitely know who I was and certainly, as I say, just to reinforce that she looked very happy.'

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Does anyone know what "twizzing her round" is?
Yes.  Picking a child up and whilst holding it turning  round on the spot thus the child  is going  round   and round  as if on a roundabout.
Often accompanied with shrieks  of excitement/terror.
So if the child was held by the ankles and you turned around it could hit the furniture.  I've seen kids hurt in this game.  It could happen again.

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Post by sar on Tue Jun 28, 2016 3:29 pm

@Robittybob1 wrote:
@plebgate wrote:I guess it means twirling her around as anyone who has ever had or played with small children would be able to guess!
It is not a word with that meaning in the dictionary but that was what I took it to mean as well.  DP wanted to play with the Mccann kids but he wasn't allowed for they were going to bed.   Who's to say that someone didn't enter the apartment immediately after the Mccanns left on their walk to the Tapas Restaurant?
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who's lawyer are you?

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Post by MayMuse on Tue Jun 28, 2016 3:45 pm

@sar wrote:
@Robittybob1 wrote:
@plebgate wrote:I guess it means twirling her around as anyone who has ever had or played with small children would be able to guess!
It is not a word with that meaning in the dictionary but that was what I took it to mean as well.  DP wanted to play with the Mccann kids but he wasn't allowed for they were going to bed.   Who's to say that someone didn't enter the apartment immediately after the Mccanns left on their walk to the Tapas Restaurant?
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who's lawyer are you?
I think some games are being played here and it isn't  because 
DP wanted to play with the Mccann kids but he wasn't allowed for they were going to bed.   
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No where have I read that DP wanted to play any "games" with the 3 children in the apartment? 
DP couldn't confirm why he was there? 
Gerry supposedly sent him? 
To check on Kate? 
Check for what is anyone's business? 

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