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    gxiang is offline Junior Member
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    Default what's "a stand-up party"

    i've heard that it's a kind of party that all are standing. but what's the party like? a selfservice party, a party of music and songs, or others? and who are usually the participant of a stand-up party? ladies? youth? or the old, etc.?

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: what's "a stand-up party"

    I'd say it's a very good party or one with no chairs.

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    Default Re: what's "a stand-up party"

    I think stand-up party is a buffet party. Is it right?

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