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When Will I see You Again, KP Karaoke

REACHED SACRAMENTO IN THE LATE EVENING FROM LAS VEGAS... The very next day was a Sunday... and we had a very interesting program lined up for us at 3pm... Yes, interesting for me for I love to do this anytime of the day...KARAOKE...

Karaoke in my language is pronounced as Ka Ra O-K...
However I was told that here in Sacramento, it is pronounced as Ka-Rae-O-Kee...  do I sound right? :)

Coming back to my Kara-OK, we had so much fun during our first time, so much so our friends here wanted to make a "comeback" real quick this second time round... same place, same time... 6 of us!  We were given 3 hours to sing our hearts out, a large pizza, a plate of fried chicken wings, fried dumplings and sodas at a rate of $60.... A very good deal, I would say... oh, two microphones and three tamborines as well.. LOL...
Getting ready to Beat It... LOL...
And here we were at the private room again...
Just not ready to be in the public as yet...LOL...
And the party began.... 
Don't waste time...3 hours is the limit...
I really love this kind of fun... singing and dancing... 
No fears, not shy...
Belting out My numbers..
Singing and dancing made us hungry for Korean Seafood Curry... 
Time to go home after all the excitement and food... 
Will there be a third time in KP Karaoke?
When will I see you again...

Comments

  1. They say kay-ray-o-kee. Too bad I can't sing anymore, miss it so much.

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  2. Next round, take video n share with us your signing, hehe

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  3. I know you have a good singing voice, because you sing at church, right? And now you are all singing for your supper, and having fun doing it!

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  4. I can see that you love singing! It can be fun but my voice is not up to mark hah..hah..

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  5. wow you are singing your heart out in the photos!

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  6. A wonderful time of karaoke! Next time do post a video too!

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  7. Wow! Got time to karaoke there. Nice. Me long time did not ka ra oke

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  8. I love karaoke too! Sing in room or hall, all OK for me, hee hee but seems like nowadays my voice has changed a bit, no longer nice voice so can only hide in room and sing

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  9. Oh we did make some videos but not qualified for public as yet.. hahaha.. too good to show off.. hahaha...

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  10. Karaoke is good for getting rid of stress and have longer life!
    Wow! That white car is huge. I wonder what brand is that?

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