Saturday, October 10, 2015

HARD CORE PARTIERS CELEBRATE PARTY NUMBER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND

EVEN OFFICIALS FROM RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT, COULDN'T BELIEVE IT!  BRIDGEPORT COUPLE PARTIES THE NIGHT AWAY FOR THE ONE HUNDRED THOUSANDTH TIME....

BRIDGEPORT

Albert and Edna Fuzzy of Bridgeport like to party.  They've partied thousands of times.  Friday night they partied for their one hundred thousandth time and broke a record. On hand to record this unbelievable event were the Guinness Book of World Records and Ripley's Believe It or Not, both world re-known for recording and authenticating extremes of the natural world.   
OFF THE WALL NEWS was given exclusive rights to this story.

Albert and Edna, Friday night in an O.T.W. selfie picture
Attendees of the Friday night dance club, knew something was up when limos arrived just after 9 P.M. filled with officials from the Guinness Book of World Records and Ripley's Believe It or Not.  Thinking it was to be a dance contest, the band named Squawk, a Doors cover band, picked up the pace with the song, "Light My Fire".  The room lights flashed and a fog machine belched out puffs of smoke as some in the crowd of 101, began murmuring that John Travolta must be about to make an appearance.  That rumor faded as the night wore on.  The band did a perfect cover of "People Are Strange" before breaking into "L.A.Woman" just after 11 P.M.  That is the exact moment Albert and Edna Fuzzy, long time residents of Bridgeport, came through the doors, hands in the air and pumping their fists to the beat of the music!  As Dave Taylor said later, "You had to be there!"
Albert and Edna, back in the day
As the band played and the crowd danced, you could feel the floor going up and down and you couldn't help but wonder if everyone would crash down into the basement soon.  At midnight an announcement was made about the Fuzzys being at their one hundred thousandth party and the place erupted with wild jubilation.  Free drinks were given out and the band agreed to play until daylight.

During a break in the action, Dave Taylor asked the couple how they got together.  "We met at a party." Giggled Edna. "He had this huge black Afro hair style and told me he wanted to party like it was 1999, it was 1969 and I thought, he is groovy!"
"Is that how you remember it?" Taylor asked Mr. Fuzzy.
"Man I thought it was 1967, but I don't remember a whole lot about that day.  Edna had a couple of points about her I wanted to explore and we've been exploring together ever since."
"Some in the crowd tonight thought you looked like Colonel Sanders in your white suit, what do you say about that?"  Taylor asked.  "He made some good bird!" was Fuzzy's reply.
The Fuzzys hope to party on for the foreseeable future and as they do, OFF THE WALL NEWS will be there.






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