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Hello and welcome to Village Drinks, the social event and leading social networking community for gay professionals. Our events are the nicest, most popular and well attended of their kind.Remember it's FREE to send/read messages to/from all the guests you have met at the event through our secure website. We’re so confident you’ll meet someone you like, that if you don't your next event is free! So, put down your phone and pick up a cocktail - join the thousands of singles who have fun at Speed Dater events every month.We have more events, more singles, and more matches than any other site. Village 81 Wardour Street London W1D 6QD Village is the original gay venue, and has been at the heart of London's Soho for over 20 years!Our mission is to connect like-minded professionals everywhere and to enrich our lives in as many fun and interesting ways that we can.Register now to create your profile and to attend our next event.Instead, the man of the moment was the ' DJ' whose red plastic record player shrilly blasted Dholuo hits with the aid of speakers inverted over a massive clay pot.

While he had been designated the cutest girl to, among other roles, demurely wipe sweat off his face with a yellow hankie the size of a table cloth, every other available beauty was still dying for his attention.

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Teenaged and straight out of high school, I thought the sun rose out of my armpit.

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And when they weren't swooning over him, the girls were sniffing for the attention of the bouncer; a muscular, scar-faced ruffian in gumboots with a scythe menacingly implanted in his belt the way cops pack pistols.