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Originally posted by JamCaygirl JamCaygirl wrote:

Originally posted by HunnyB HunnyB wrote:

Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

she's probably strung out on drugs or has a psychological issue

It's a damn shame but hopefully she'll be in rehab by morning, white tears are dried up pretty quickly



And this is why all yt people do stupid ish??

When they shoot up people, commit crimes, and suck up 3 inchers on camera, they have psych issues.They can't just be idiots Sleepy


Do you think if she was black, people would have just said she's a heaux?

Not this "people".   I figure that any balanced person would not do this.

If she was black, I'd find a cape to cover her but since she's white, meh 

People are saying it's a common phase and white privilege sees to it that they bounce right back

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if she was black she would be a major whore

just check out the thread about the thread about the teenage girl that sucked one dick on camera

yall let her have it
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OAPs behaving badly: The Tenerife pensioner ex-pats blowing their pensions and children's inheritance on cheap drinks, clubs and raunchy dancing

  • Club called 'God's waiting room' because of number of elderly partygoers
  • Channel 5 documentary reveals how a man died after doing Hokey Cokey
  • Club manager claims pensioners can 'get quite raunchy after a few drinks'
  • Couple from Merseyside go to Tenerife every year to 'party until we drop'

By Mark Duell

Published: 19:00 GMT, 7 July 2014 | Updated: 21:06 GMT, 7 July 2014


Cheap drinks and late-night clubbing have made Tenerife a haven for thousands of young Britons.

But now the Spanish party island is attracting a different kind of visitor - in the form of pensioners, with tens of thousands of them heading there each year to escape the UK’s miserable weather.

Now a new Channel 5 documentary called OAPs Behaving Badly has revealed how they are blowing their pension, children’s inheritance and winter fuel allowance on partying like teenagers.

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Downing shots: The Spanish party island is attracting a different kind of visitor in the form of pensioners, with tens of thousands of them heading there to escape the UKs miserable weather
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Downing shots: The Spanish party island is attracting a different kind of visitor in the form of pensioners, with tens of thousands of them heading there to escape the UK's miserable weather

Heavy drinking: A new Channel 5 documentary called OAPs Behaving Badly has revealed how the elderly are blowing their pension, childrens inheritance and winter fuel allowance on partying like teenagers
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Heavy drinking: A new Channel 5 documentary called OAPs Behaving Badly has revealed how the elderly are blowing their pension, children's inheritance and winter fuel allowance on partying like teenagers

Falling over: In the show, one nightclub is described as Gods waiting room - because there are so many elderly partygoers - and it reveals how man died after doing the Hokey Cokey
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Falling over: In the show, one nightclub is described as 'God's waiting room' - because there are so many elderly partygoers - and it reveals how man died after doing the Hokey Cokey

Age is no barrier: One couple said they holiday in Tenerife every year for an alcohol-fuelled break - and claim their motto is party non-stop until you drop
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Age is no barrier: One couple said they holiday in Tenerife every year for an alcohol-fuelled break - and claim their motto is 'party non-stop until you drop'

In the show, one nightclub is described as ‘God’s waiting room’ - because there are so many elderly partygoers - and it reveals how a pensioner died after he did the Hokey Cokey.

Club manager Marc Craig said: ‘We’ve gone from catering for 17, 16 and even 15-year-old kids to your 65 and 70 year olds - and they get quite raunchy when they’ve had a few drinks.’

Gordon, 74, and Marie Steele, 70, of Wallasey, Merseyside, holiday in Tenerife every year for an alcohol-fuelled break - and claim their motto is ‘party non-stop until you drop.’

 

Mrs Steele, a retired Cadbury’s factory worker, said: ‘At home we never have any alcohol in the house whatsoever - but we go from teetotal to practical alcoholics overnight.

‘Our golden years are now. We’ve worked hard all our lives and we’ve brought up four children. I feel like now it’s time to look after us.’

Mr Steele, a retired docker, and his wife are shown throwing a 50th birthday party for their daughter Tracie - who struggles to keep up with her parents.

The eyes have it: Sixties singer Lee Graham, 74, also known as Leapy Lee, who is not ashamed to admit he has a healthy sex life with his 49-year-old girlfriend, Bettina
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The eyes have it: Sixties singer Lee Graham, 74, also known as Leapy Lee, who is not ashamed to admit he has a healthy sex life with his 49-year-old girlfriend, Bettina

Back in the Sixties: Mr Graham was a one-hit wonder in 1968 with single Little Arrows under the name of Leapy Lee, before moving from his West London home to the island where he now plays gigs
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Back in the Sixties: Mr Graham was a one-hit wonder in 1968 with single Little Arrows under the name of Leapy Lee, before moving from his West London home to the island where he now plays gigs

Grandmother: Cheryl Williams, 56, enjoys an early evening glass of lager before a night out in Tenerife
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Grandmother: Cheryl Williams, 56, enjoys an early evening glass of lager before a night out in Tenerife

Bar promoter: Pete Lackey worked in communications in Leeds before moving to Tenerife 20 years ago after his business went bust and his marriage broke down
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Bar promoter: Pete Lackey worked in communications in Leeds before moving to Tenerife 20 years ago after his business went bust and his marriage broke down

She said: ‘When mum and dad fly out to Tenerife they’re completely different. They go back to their childhoods - they’re like teenagers.

'We’ve gone from catering for 17, 16 and even 15-year-old kids to your 65 and 70 year olds - and they get quite raunchy when they’ve had a few drinks'

Marc Craig, club manager

‘They know how to party hard and long and drink lots. They party harder than I do. To party with these OAPs I’m going to have to holiday to get over it.’

Mr Steele, who admits his winter fuel allowance helps fund his holidays, added: ‘It doesn’t matter if you’re the richest man that lived in the world - you couldn’t buy one ounce of time.

‘Time to me is the most precious thing we ever possess. So you’ve got to party non-stop until you drop.’

This is believed to have happened quite literally - with one of their fellow partygoers dying after doing the Hokey Cokey at ‘God’s Waiting Room’.

Mr Steele said: ‘When you see the ages of the people down there, you realise why it’s called that.’

Having fun: Miss Williams (right) is shown downing Tequila Slammer shots on a girls night out and even breaks up a fight outside a nightclub
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Having fun: Miss Williams (right) is shown downing Tequila Slammer shots on a girls' night out and even breaks up a fight outside a nightclub

Scooter: Despite being 60 years old, Mr Lackey landed a job as a bar promoter and is shown spending his break getting drunk in a nearby pub
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Scooter: Despite being 60 years old, Mr Lackey landed a job as a bar promoter and is shown spending his break getting drunk in a nearby pub

Party animals: Gordon Steele, 74, and wife Marie, 70, from Merseyside, after a night out in Tenerife
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Party animals: Gordon Steele, 74, and wife Marie, 70, from Merseyside, after a night out in Tenerife

Present: Tracie Steele, daughter of Gordon, 74, and Marie, 70, gets a stripper for her 50th birthday party
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Present: Tracie Steele, daughter of Gordon, 74, and Marie, 70, gets a stripper for her 50th birthday party

Hen party: Miss Williams (left) who moved to Tenerife after her divorce and now parties like a 20 year old
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Hen party: Miss Williams (left) who moved to Tenerife after her divorce and now parties like a 20 year old

His wife added: ‘It does worry me about dying. Every time we come out there’s somebody gone from year to year.

‘Sometimes they’re a bit younger than us, sometimes a bit older. Of course, when you get to our age, you don’t know what’s waiting around the corner.’

'At home we never have any alcohol in the house whatsoever - but we go from teetotal to practical alcoholics overnight. Our golden years are now'

Marie Steele, 70

Another pensioner in Tenerift is 74-year-old Sixties singer Lee Graham, also known as Leapy Lee, who was not ashamed to admit he had a healthy sex life with his 49-year-old girlfriend, Bettina.

Mr Graham was a one-hit wonder in 1968 with single Little Arrows, which hit number two in the UK charts, before moving from his West London home to the island where he now plays gigs.

He said: ‘Tenerife is a Mecca for OAPs and it suits me because they all remember me. I’m one of them. It’s grey power.’

Grandmother Cheryl Williams is shown downing Tequila Slammer shots on a girls’ night out and even breaks up a fight outside a nightclub.

Time of their lives: Gordon Steele (left) dressed in gold as the Emperor Nero with friend Gary during a fancy dress party in Tenerife
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Time of their lives: Gordon Steele (left) dressed in gold as the Emperor Nero with friend Gary during a fancy dress party in Tenerife

More fancy dress: Gordon Steele (left) dressed as Cher, with a friend dressed as Sonny in Tenerife
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More fancy dress: Gordon Steele (left) dressed as Cher, with a friend dressed as Sonny in Tenerife

Football fan: Cheryl Williams (centre left), 56, parties with holidaymakers who are also wearing England shirts
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Football fan: Cheryl Williams (centre left), 56, parties with holidaymakers who are also wearing England shirts

Alcohol-fuelled party lifestyle: Miss Williams downs shots with friends during a night out in Tenerife
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Alcohol-fuelled party lifestyle: Miss Williams downs shots with friends during a night out in Tenerife

Singing: Cheap drinks and late-night clubbing have made Tenerife a haven for young and old Britons
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Singing: Cheap drinks and late-night clubbing have made Tenerife a haven for young and old Britons

The 56-year-old moved from Nottingham to Tenerife after her marriage of 30 years broke down and admits she has never looked back.

Now her motto after an alcohol-fuelled night is ‘if you can’t remember it, it didn’t happen.’

'Life is for living no matter how old you are - just enjoy it and live it. Don’t go home and have a cup of cocoa, have a glass of wine - it’s much nicer'

Cheryl Williams, 56

Miss Williams said: ‘I met my husband when I was 18 and I was with him for 30 years - it was just an existence I think in the end. When I decided to leave that was it.

‘I was here on holiday and when I went home I just said I don’t want to be married anymore. When I was married I never went out with the girls, I never had girly things. I had to learn to be somebody else.

‘I wasn’t a married woman anymore. I found my youth that’s why I enjoy going out and partying. It’s nice to mix with younger people, you get a different outlook on life. 

Party destination: Grandmother Miss Williams (left) with a young friend in Tenerife. Her motto after an alcohol-fuelled night is if you cant remember it, it didnt happen
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Party destination: Grandmother Miss Williams (left) with a young friend in Tenerife. Her motto after an alcohol-fuelled night is 'if you can't remember it, it didn't happen'

Enjoying themselves: Elderly partygoers appear to form a conga line in a bar in Tenerife
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Enjoying themselves: Elderly partygoers appear to form a conga line in a bar in Tenerife

At the bar: Miss Williams moved from Nottingham to Tenerife after her marriage of 30 years broke down and admits she has never looked back
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At the bar: Miss Williams moved from Nottingham to Tenerife after her marriage of 30 years broke down and admits she has never looked back

Not so pretty in pink: Gordon Steele (middle) dressed in a tutu with two friends in Tenerife
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Not so pretty in pink: Gordon Steele (middle) dressed in a tutu with two friends in Tenerife

Getting around: A woman rides on a mobility scooter in Tenerife - now a popular holiday destination for all ages
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Getting around: A woman rides on a mobility scooter in Tenerife - now a popular holiday destination for all ages

‘I’d never look back. Life is for living no matter how old you are - just enjoy it and live it. Don’t go home and have a cup of cocoa, have a glass of wine - it’s much nicer.’

'You could not live the lifestyle we live here, back in the UK. Here it’s a blue sky when you wake up'

Pete Lackey, 60

Pete Lackey worked in communications in Leeds before moving to Tenerife 20 years ago after his business went bust and his marriage broke down.

Despite being 60 years old, he landed a job as a bar promoter and is shown spending his break getting drunk in a nearby pub.

Mr Lackey tried to come back to Britain three years ago, but said: ‘I couldn’t stand the rain on the windows every morning, I couldn’t stand putting money in the electric meters and gas meters.

‘You could not live the lifestyle we live here, back in the UK. I’d have to be up in the morning and be at work by 7am and I’d be depressed. Here it’s a blue sky when you wake up.’



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The media plays that card ALL THE TIME. 
"Young White Ph.D student commits crime:Potential Mental Illness"
It's like yt people do no wrong. If they do something has to be wrong that is out of their control.
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Omg young people could trick off of all of those thirsty old folk if they play their cards right.LOL
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Made me think of thisbook-choco-loco:    Woops, there it is. (x)
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