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Kim Wilde enjoyed her Xmas party


Al94
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"inhibition is a good practice to follow."

No it's not - it isn't a crime to smile, so who cares if a camera records the event?

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LastChip

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I enjoyed it too. What's wrong in having a little fun?

All credit to her for having a go and putting a smile on a few faces on the train (she actually got some cheers) and to many more through youtube.

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onthelimit1

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Trouble is, if you do make eye contact, you often get an aggressive 'what are you looking at' - or worse!

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At least there will be something to talk about, at the Wilde's Family Christmas Dinner get-to-gether; ... after 30 years' of my own personal festive dinners, hosted by my relatives I steadily start to run out of topics of conversation... after an hour or so! {I'll keep Kim's joy-de-vivre spirit in mind ... which is not too difficult to do.}

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