party-going

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party-going

[ˈpɑːtiˌgəʊɪŋ] N he spends his time party-going instead of workingse pasa el tiempo yendo a fiestas en lugar de trabajar
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The great thing about being Irish is that nobody knows whether you are a valet or a landowner" - Comedian Patrick Kielty (pictured)s on party-going.
The model, who appears to be following in her mum Pearl's party-going footsteps, still looks gorgeous in this slashed-to-the-thigh number at Swarovski's bash in their London store on Thursday night.
A few years ago, the party-going heiress to the Hilton hotels fortune rocketed to stardom on the unscripted series ``The Simple Life'' despite a scandalous Internet-generated sex tape.
Most people view gays as party-going, drug-using, feminine-acting kids who care about nothing more than their next sexual encounter.
Party-going glamour girl Jordan was yesterday named the most embarrassing celebrity parent.
Moss, who has a reputation for wild party-going, was treated at London's Princess Grace Hospital for a recurring kidney infection.
The reasons queer theory resists academization are similar to the reasons much of Andy Warhol's most interesting, elusive, and conceptual work (collecting, Interview magazine, television, time capsules, modeling, parfumerie, party-going, Polaroids, porn-buying, tape-recording, telephoning, writing, fandom) thwarts museumification.
Movies Oscar Pick'em game, and through the game, have all their party-going friends compete against one another.
Actor Brian Conley describes party-going after he gave up drink.
You just have to thank those party-going Americans because they are employing a ton of people.
Friends of the party-going Sloane reckon "she'll milk this for all it's worth" and already lads magazine Loaded wants her to pose nude.
In the 1978 film ``Animal House,'' a toga-wearing, party-going John Belushi breaks into ``Shout.