...And The Dance Continues (Page Three)
Herbie offers dance lessons
"Take one lessons and I will throw in two scoops to tutti fruitti ice cream"
Did You Know? - Tutti frutti (from Italian, "all fruits", also hyphenated "tutti-frutti") is a colorful confection containing various chopped and usually candied fruits, or an artificially created flavoring simulating the combined flavor of many different fruits. It is often used for making a tutti frutti ice cream flavor.
Fruits used for tutti-frutti ice cream include cherries, raisins, and pineapple, often augmented with nuts. In the Netherlands, tutti-frutti (also "tutti frutti," "tuttifrutti") is a compote of dried fruits, served as a dessert or a side dish to a meat course. In Belgium, tutti-frutti is often seen as a dessert. Typically, it contains a combination of raisins, currants, apricots, prunes, dates, and figs. The dish is quite popular; even tutti-frutti flavored condoms are available.
In the United States, tutti-frutti can also refer to fruits soaked in brandy or other spirits, or even to fruit fermented in a liquid containing sugar and yeast.
"Yo Paul.... Go get my ice-on-the-rocks!"
Truth is now out... Bob's shirt was made from a table cloth
S-h-h-h-h-h It's supposed to be a secret
Larry Fresch is playing a large variety of songs
No one has fallen over yet
Vicky And Jan Spotted The Center Pieces
Ol' Red Eyes... A new singing group
Jan is peeking!
Antlers, antennas... Help!
What are they going to do next??
OMG! It's Catching
What are they doing??
The shoes are gong in their bag... Must be an early evening
"Sure... I'm English... I can down the entire bottle in one mad gulp!"
Irene is NOT happy... She ordered vanilla and got strawberry
Agent 007 1/4, at your service
Jolly good fun
Did You Know? - In the British Navy, the officers' noon mess typically began with the loyal toast , followed by a toast distinctive for the day of the week:
- Monday: Our ships at sea.
- Tuesday: Our men.
- Wednesday: Ourselves. ("As no-one else is likely to concern themselves with our welfare," is often the retort and not part of the toast)
- Thursday: A bloody war or a sickly season (meaning the desire and likelihood of being promoted when many people die: during war or sickness.)
- Friday: A willing foe and sea room. (meaning the payment of prize money after a successful engagement)
- Saturday: Sweethearts and wives. ("may they never meet," is often the retort and not part of the toast)
- Sunday: Absent friends.
Oh Oh... They Are At It Again
Jan is hatching a plot
New swing suit???
Meanwhile On The Floor
A sea of red
Time for a waltz???