You'd be totally welcome. Or even better, I could take my parties on a caravan tour, hit NY, head on down to Florida, since there seem to be a lot of Floridians (is that the word?) here at MF. Maybe next winter. I hate snow. Good times and a road trip all in one.
this is great. it totally brings back for me awesome memories of times when i lived amongst more global groups of friends. which is crazy, since i live in nyc now - but although the city itself is a way diverse lot, i personally still know mostly yanks here. huh, maybe i should move to toronto!
...or I would have recorded all of the birthday songs.
It was more like four or five hells of a party, as I edited together footage from a few of them They always end up with a bunch of people dancing (or if they don't I don't really think of them as real parties) and usually the last people don't leave until five or six in the morning. Good times.
My friends are a disparate bunch, hailing from various regions of the globe. At any given party you can usually hear three or four different languages being spoken; I think the record was one birthday party at which the b-day song was sung in French, English, Spanish (two versions, one Cuban, one Colombian), Portugese, Turkish, Korean, and Mandarin. Two things we all have in common are that we all love to drink red wine and we all love to dance. The title is from the music I used, a Turkish pop ...