Abyjzquppt:hlopt to you too!
I don't think OAP's have tea dances any more.
Too busy raving.
It's a dance in which the two cardinal party-killers, formality and sobriety, are in full force.
I am very offended that no-one has said I wouldn't go to a tea dance.
What is a tea dance anyway?
Do people dance in tea?
I'm not going clubbing any more. It's a tea dance for the over 50's really.
An Old age pensioner swallowed his false teeth and died.
Now he's haunting the place.
Oh, and then I'm Clubbing.
All Night Baby!
Sometimes I do have a nap after my dinner.
Maybe you are right.
It's three o'clock in the afternoon.
way past your bed time capn' crunch.
trying to figure it all out
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REFUSE - RESIST
C'mon, get happy!
Day destroys the night,
+ Public Dilemma +
Robbing the Shalebridge Cradle