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ZOOM a new club

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Re: ZOOM a new club

Postby WolvesMon » 05 Dec 2011, 08:56

Josefus wrote:What kind of "club" closes at midnight?

Many!
It's OK for you rich foreigners who haven't got a curfew and loads of dosh.

As for me I go on the piss early so daytime is great. Wished it was everyday as I often finish work at 11am.

Hence the need for an 'early house' like we have back home in the UK.
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Re: ZOOM a new club

Postby tango42 » 01 Mar 2012, 02:40

Any new reviews on Zoom? Might need something to do on next rainy Sunday afternoon.
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