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First, you have to find your roller skates.


I got a pair of rollerskates, you got the key.


Lard, I've had a whole lot of roller skates, however rtd at this moment. I still have a key in my jool stash from my last skate key. I learned how to use 3inone oil and pliars at a young age as I ALWAYS lost my skate key. My parents let me skate and ride horses but I never had a bicycle until I was a grown up. Go figure, they thought I would hurt myself on a bike. Don't even get moi started on those restrictions of yore. poop.


Cute video, Lisa. Gotta love the fishnets. I never did rollerskate very well though.


Whateva, my 11 yr old loves that song. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xd7MVwET0QY


My skates with the pink wheels are in the basement. I've got Loves Baby Soft in the bathroom cabinet (no shit!) I'll meetcha at Rollerama on Saturday!


this is actually quite a change from her uaual fare you should check out her first CD,written at 17 and as the mom of a young girl I'll take a few launguage edits over the normally oversexed videos that appear..it's very cute


Holly, I would totally go rollerskating with you.

They need to have an 80s night for all us geezers. That would be a blast. I'd totally go.


WOOOO WHOOOOOOO, Jordache and spending friday and saturday nights at Brockway Roller Rink. I still have my speed skates and put em on once in awhile with da kids and of corse I have them on at any major family function. lol, thats a whole nuther story for another time. lol

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