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Karaoke Night at The West End Walking into The West End this past Thursday my floor mates and I had no idea that we would be the entertainment for the night We walked in confidently and made our way to the open booth The scent of our perfume was quickly sacrificed to the aroma of cigarette smoke We squeezed into the booth and rested our newly-lotioned elbows on the table which unfortunately was still saturated with the remnants of warm beer from the people who used the table before us Just as the pitcher arrived at our table we were silenced by the sound of a familiar song playing from the speakers above the customary sounds of The West End Specifically above the So what are you doing laters and the reverberations of drunken toasts we heard the 1996 hit single Shoop Our faces lit up and we began to sing along Two of my friends stood up on their seats to perform an interesting interpretation of Salt-n-Peppas song They grabbed their glasses and sang into them making sure all eyes in the bar were on them Taras bracelet danced wildly up and down her arm with every rhythmic move her body made Danielle seduced the male audience by drawing them closer with her alluring smile The spilled beer on her shirt didnt faze her in the least By the end of the first verse they were leading the entire bar in an intoxicated sing along As the song came to a close the audience cheered enthusiastically They took their respective bows and sat back down in the booth to the sounds of scattered clapping from outside the booth and uproarious laughter from the girls inside Although I was singing along to every word I also took notice of the attention our booth had unknowingly attracted I could categorize the audience into 2 groups Columbians and 30 year old men I couldnt decide
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