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Alright I've never understood what the difference between a cork and a double/triple cork is. I would think a single cork would be a corked 360 and a cork 540 would be a corked 3 with an extra 180 and then when you get to 720 it's a double cork. Can anyone explain corks to me?
He's probably using the "tricking" definition of double corks. They use it as meaning the number of full rotations, and they don't use degrees. Since pretty much no one can do multiple inversion spinny flippy things on the ground like we do in skiing the differentiation isn't necessary.
Well we always argue because he's stubborn and thinks that there can only be a cork 540 720 and 900 and then only a double cork 1080 1260 etc. Not that he thinks he knows everything about corks just that he thinks he knows what they are and is blatantly wrong and annoying about it.