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Max and Barry (Worcestershire)
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  • United Kingdom
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About Me:
This is us.

We enjoy the company of good honest people who enjoy listening and dancing to good music, getting out and about on the scoots and who like to live life to the full.
Relationship Status:
In a Relationship
Top 5 Tunes at the Moment
Hip Teens don't wear blue jeans - Frank Popp
Love don't you go through no chnges - Sister Sledge
Walk in my Shoes - Gladys Knight & The Pips
Somethings Wrong - Chris Clark
You've Been Gone Too Long - Ann Sexton
Hey-Sah-lo-ney - Mickey Lee Lane

6 for luck!
Favourite Types of Clothing
This is difficult as we are male and female on here!
Favourite Shops/Sites
John Smedley
Fred Perry (Of course)
Russell & Bromley
Favourite Club Night
Favourite DJs
Anyne who plays good music
Favourite Venue
Fleet Kitchen Birmingham
Favourite Event?
Anything with a good line up and great people.
Fave things about ‘The Scene’
Socialising, clothes and scooters.
Vespa or Lambretta or Other?

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At 21:49 on May 25, 2010, Brummie Keith said…
Hi Guys, Thanks for being my 1st friends. Love the slideshow. See you on Saturday at the top of Carnaby St around 1pm? Fingers crossed for the weather to be kind to us!!!!




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