If for every turn you take another must be made, then turning around would lead to turning again. The initial turn would be undone. But, after it is made the next turn follows suit only to be followed by, yet again, another turn. So, in a wild twist of fate one turn leads to a perpetual cyclone that cannot be unwound. And woefully you regret that first turn and try to find a way to undo the fate of your twist.
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