Should I do a line before my guests arrive?
I'm having a little socially-distant pool party in Santa Monica, and usually during my shindigs, we'll throw on some golden oldies, sip champagne out of spoons, sing the pledge, and listen to Steve Jackson's best books-on-tape from 1945 and 2018. But this time, I was wondering if I should sniff a little nose candy before anyone arrives, just so I go into the party with the right energy, you know? Sometimes my energy isn't right when the festivities begin, and then it taints the entire affair. Thoughts?
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
You like to live on the wild side, don't you? Great story.
- william ellisLv 71 month ago
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- 1 month ago
Line dancing is a bit old fashioned. Maybe do like a ramba or something.