Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Krazy Kats



Smoking at The Krazy Kat Klub, a bohemian hangout in a treehouse, in Washington DC, 1921. In 1919 the Washington Post described it as, “something like a Greenwich Village coffee house, in an alley near Thomas Circle”.

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    1. Come on babe why don't we paint the town
      and all that jazz
      I'm gonna rouge my knees
      and roll my stockings down
      and all that jazz
      Start the car I know a whoopee spot
      Where the gin is cold
      but the piano's hot!
      It's justy a noisy hall
      Where there's a nightly brawl
      And all that jazz!


      Jx

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  2. So all the old ladies I see with rolled stockings are just being fashionable.

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  3. I have not known of the Krazy Kat Klub! It is so up my alley (that is American slang for one's own style).

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    1. I'm sure you've rouged your knees and let your stockings down before now! Jx

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