" "And we were both very clearly said the on-ice partnership is No. This is Westcountry slang dating back to before the First World War.The US figure skaters competing at the Olympics are partners on the ice, and married off it.They say you should never take your work home with you, but for the two-time former US champions it's unavoidable.Skates are very slippery fish and the name was applied to people who had slippery natures in that they were untrustworthy, would try to avoid giving information or were just not very likeable.
They even shut down “Today’s” Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie during an interview Tuesday morning. “We love working together, we’ll have to find just in which way we want to do that.
The name is disparaging but at the same time may hold just a hint of reluctant admiration.
It is, however, a warning as a skate has no conscience and is totally unscrupulous and untrustworthy.
"Yeah, you can get that kind of situation, with any relationship whether you're married or just work partners," Chris told AFP.
Alexa nods in agreement: "We're human, so we still run in to that sometimes." "I think it's easy for us in our situation and maybe its different for other people that it's an asset for us," Chris adds, "we know what works and what doesn't, talking, you know how to say something the right way.
Moir eventually called her eight months into the budding "romance" and ended it, he told the Globe and Mail.