80 year old Polish Grandma rocks the dancefloor!

spiritofmusic

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She's almost as old as 99% of WBF members.

Respect.
 

Bodhi

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Lol, yes. I hope i'm still grooving at her age. She proves age is just a state of mind :cool:.
 

spiritofmusic

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Well, I hope to still have A mind at that age, let alone A STATE OF mind.
 

marslo

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My mother in law is 82 and she is now under the medical control of her knee cause danced too much during the meeting of our local Senior Club;)
Apart of that she is still very activ and walks usually every day at least 3 kms.
 
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Bodhi

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Marslo, Good on your Mother in law getting up & having a go! I had a ball when I recently tried out lawn bowling. The oldies at the club were great. They like a beer and a laugh, and had some good suggestions to improve my bowling technique (which was pretty embarassing, lol :D).
 
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I just did that as a TJ (tape jockey), not a DJ, for three days in a row at California Audio Show last weekend in July! No dancing and I put together the mix tapes from my collection, including the Doors, Beatles, LZ, Fleetwood Mac, Moody Blues, Paul Simon, etc. Many of the attendees were in the senior category, although they were overwhelmingly male. I'm not as old as the Polish woman, but getting up there at 74.

Larry
 

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