Spinning a stucco hawk on a trowel builds coordination if nothing else and is great for laughs.
Okay, I’m bored and messing around because my youngest son said, “Dad, I saw this guy on youtube spin his hawk. You should watch it as it looked really cool. I laughed and said, “boy, we used to do that at lunchtime when we were on jobs 300 years ago, so I thought I’d show you guys this goofy stuff.
LOL, Spinning a hawk on anything does not make you a better plasterer, but this odd ability does create a lot of hand-eye coordination.
We used to do this goofy stuff when we were bored with jobs.
FYI, for kicks, anyone wants to learn how to spin a hawk, the secret is revealed in this one video, or to witness more spinning with many variances that you can also do, click on the videos below, then impress the hell out of your friends.
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