The same 1998 Gap commercial credited with reviving swing dancing at the end of the 20th century likewise inspired a former competitive martial arts fighter who determined she was not violent enough for the sport.

“It was a trendy thing to do, and I never got around to quitting, says Mary Louise Morris, 35, an associate at John J. McManus & Associates and the attorney for the Georgia House of Representative’s Judiciary Non-Civil Committee. “Some might say those of us who swing dance are nerdy — but we embrace that.”

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