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Re: Party thread - All welcome
« Reply #45 on: Sunday 22 March 20 10:22 GMT (UK) »
Thanks everyone.  The party continues then.

Put on your hotpants (ladies) and white trousers (men) and let's party.

Rishile

Men in white trousers - so there will be morris dancing! :-) and I could supply home made orange wine - made about 1982 - so it should have quite a punch to it by now!

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Re: Party thread - All welcome
« Reply #46 on: Sunday 22 March 20 10:25 GMT (UK) »
I have my psychedelic shirt and platform shoes,but can't yet locate my black crushed velvet flares.
Meanwhile chilling out to Arthur Rubinstein playing Chopin Nocturnes.

Roger

Oh wow!! You look really great.  I especially love those platform shoes.  I used to wear platform shoes but now I doubt I could walk in them.  Actually I'm not sure I could walk in them then.

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Re: Party thread - All welcome
« Reply #47 on: Sunday 22 March 20 10:29 GMT (UK) »
 ??? I think I have missed out on some thread removal/adverse comment action so am in the dark about what happened but here I am at the party which will cheer us all up. I have had some roll on floor laughs with the threads the past few days; thank goodness for my rootschat mates, thank you all for your humour.
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Re: Party thread - All welcome
« Reply #48 on: Sunday 22 March 20 10:30 GMT (UK) »
Thanks everyone.  The party continues then.

Put on your hotpants (ladies) and white trousers (men) and let's party.

Rishile

Men in white trousers - so there will be morris dancing! :-) and I could supply home made orange wine - made about 1982 - so it should have quite a punch to it by now!

I was hoping more on the lines of Dirty Dancing .  :D
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Re: Party thread - All welcome
« Reply #49 on: Sunday 22 March 20 10:32 GMT (UK) »
Thanks everyone.  The party continues then.

Put on your hotpants (ladies) and white trousers (men) and let's party.

Rishile

Men in white trousers - so there will be morris dancing! :-) and I could supply home made orange wine - made about 1982 - so it should have quite a punch to it by now!

I was hoping more on the lines of Dirty Dancing .  :D

Feel free to give us a demonstration Suey.

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« Reply #50 on: Sunday 22 March 20 10:52 GMT (UK) »

Give me chance to let the Nurofen kick in and I’ll give it go   ;D
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Re: Party thread - All welcome
« Reply #51 on: Sunday 22 March 20 11:00 GMT (UK) »
 ;D ;D ;D
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« Reply #52 on: Sunday 22 March 20 11:32 GMT (UK) »
Aaah!
“ Men in White Trousers”
Procul Harum or The Moody  Blues.
Mart, I like, reeeelylike Men Buns .
I believe you have stated you don’t in another topic.
Give it a go ,in the words of Father Ted’s housekeeper” Gwaaangwaaangwaaan!

Did anyone see the episode a few days  ago, ?
The old drunken priest had formed an attachment to a brick,had it  on a  lead.
Of course it ended up becoming a lethal weapon.
Truly worth watching.

I am fully recovered from my ordeal by corset,it has gone in the bin.
Actually it was all lies but something very like that did  happen years  ago.
Weighing under nine stones I cannot imagine why I thought I needed such a thing .I was 23 and skinny.
It was Christmas Day too, kids and O.H gone to grandma’s whilst I got on with the big meal.There was  I stuck, pudding boiling dry and meat burning
etc etc.
All water under the bridge now.
I have quite a few Greek drinks, holiday gifts I shall never drink .
Mastic,that stuff they get from trees,Ouzo etc.
Will donate those.
My rendition ,but only after s good few drinks (say half a glass of water that  has seen a glass of sherry-I truly have very low tolerance ,a shandy for me is an inch of beer and a full glass of lemonade)is “ See what the boys in the back room will  have,
 exactly as Marlene Dietrich did .
Bet none of you are old enough.!

“Cheerio for now. Viktoria.





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« Reply #53 on: Sunday 22 March 20 12:23 GMT (UK) »
This is true!

I had to leave the party to go up to the cemetery - not joking - it was really busy up there. Runners, Walkers, Dog Walkers and people taking flowers to their Mums' graves.

Hence - now is the time to go and shop! I called into my local Tesco Express on my way back to THIS party. I was able to buy some fruit, milk, a bottle of wine and some diet lemonade.

The wine is MINE - all MINE -- but I'll bring the milk.
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