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A Risky-Business Party

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What is it about quizzes? From quizzes on the web, to those in magazines — even those on Facebook — there is something irresistible about these simple self-evaluation tests. Plus, they are the perfect tool for procrastinating during the workday.

If you find yourself taking a quiz at least once a week, you might want to think about recording some of the questions you’ve been asked for a risky-business-themed party. Whether it’s “What cartoon character would you be?” or “What beer suits your personality?” many enjoy analyzing themselves and comparing results, and what could be more fun than watching your friends discover and compare how much of a daredevil they are.

Guests will be categorized “high-risk” or “low-risk” based on how many daredevil acts they have done. This simple activity is the perfect icebreaker for those awkward moments so often encountered at cocktail parties (“So, what have you done that warrants that orange sticker?”). It also guarantees a whole lot of laughter, smiling, woo-hoos and high-fiving — all indicators of a good party.

Activity:

In advance of the party, start brainstorming risky and daring activities to create your own list. We generally limit the list to 10-12 entries to keep things short and sweet, and tailor the entries to our guests (maybe include “kissed a total stranger” instead of “had a one-night stand” if you’ve got a more tame crowd). You can also do as we did, and start an email going back and forth among friends if you need help building a list — or use some of our favorites, below.

Create a small poster with the risky-business checklist you created and place it near the entry. To the side, place some sheets of orange and white stickers (you can also use different colors), a permanent marker, and the instructions for determining how risky you are

As guests arrive, tell them about the list as you hand them a margarita, as you’ll need to loosen them up a bit. Naturally, guests will gather around the list as they mentally work their way through it and tally the number of risky things they’ve done. Once their score is tallied, they should get an orange “high-risk” sticker or a white “low-risk” sticker to wear. A score of 6 or more categorizes people as risky, and they should get an orange sticker. For those with 5 or lower, they are more risk-averse and should wear a white sticker.

RATE YOUR DAREDEVIL LEVEL

Give Yourself 1 Point for Each of the Following Risky Things You’ve Done

  1. Kissed a stranger
  2. Eaten the worm at the bottom of a bottle of mezcal
  3. Streaked
  4. Had a one-night stand
  5. Crashed a wedding
  6. Lied about your age or occupation to get a date
  7. Drunk the water in Mexico
  8. Kayaked/rafted/canoed in rapids of any class over 3
  9. Jumped off a cliff while skiing (intentionally)
  10. Skinny-dipped in daylight
  11. Bungee-jumped
  12. Eaten any kind of insect (or brains)
  13. Had a baby without painkilling drugs
  14. Sunbathed nude at a public beach
  15. Skydived or hang-glided

Optional: You can also leave a blank place on the poster where people can write in their own risky acts, if they’re not mentioned on the list — and anonymously, if they wish!

A Risky-Business Menu

The party wouldn’t be complete without a potent cocktail to loosen up people (and their inhibitions), and some delicious cocktail food to keep your guests’ hunger at bay. Our mom’s signature killer margarita is the perfect drink to welcome your guests with, while bite-sized empanaditas — with a kick — are a perfect Mexican-themed pairing. Place some bowls of salted nuts and snack mixes around the room, and make sure to have plenty of pitchers of the margaritas chilling in the fridge. And don’t forget something creamy, like our favorite crab dip that is always a “monster hit” — it’s perfect to serve along with jicama spears, carrot spears, and celery stalks (just make sure you have extra on hand; it will go fast!)


Risky Business

Risky Business came dancing & prancing into the theaters in 1983. Joel is a senior student, worried about getting into an excellent college. Typical hormonal rich kid in in the Chicago North Shore area. His buddies seem to be just as as entitled & bursting with testosterone. Now, dad was a Princeton grad, & was really pushing Joel to ace his interview & get in. First, though, mom & dad are going away for a solid week. Dad specifically tells him to NOT play with his stereo system, & NO party’s. Mom’s giving him $50 for food, a little more for that & some for emergencies. Bye, bye, be a good boy & D’ONT drive the Porsche. The first thing he does when he gets home is to do the underwear dance, a classic! (To the song Old Time Rock & Roll)


His buddy, Miles, tried to get Joel to call a prostitute, eventually calling a number & giving Joel’s address & name. “Jacky” showed up, but was a transvestite. Joel paid for Jacky’s time, & she gave him a number of a female hooker. When she showed up, they played all night. In the morning, she told him she needed $300 for the night. Wow - Joel had to cash in a bond. While he was gone, Lana stole his mom’s crystal. He tracked her down in the Porsche, paid him the $300 & extricate d her from her “manager”. High speed street race, crazy man with gun, they get away. Lana went back to his house. Joel demanded the crystal egg be returned, but she didn’t have it.

Yada, yada, yada . Lana gets the bright plan that Joel’s friends should meet up with Lana’s friends.He turned her down, but took her out that night. He was being a little judgy, she threw the Porsche keys into the car & slammed the door shut - locked. The Porsche rolled down unto the lake. Oops. He got the car pulled out, but really needed to get some money. He tried to sweet talk the school nurse to put his excuse for missing classes - let’s just say she wasn’t buying it. He just knew his future was gone. (Meanwhile, his folks did random call to check on him.)


Splash splash

Joel agreed to work with Lana. Joel’s friends helped set up the house with roll around beds, also recruited customers. All of the young men re ready for a good time @ $300.Whew! The hopeful lads are lining up outside. The house is hopping, The Princeton interviewer showed up (as his father had set up). Very low key. Joel pretty much figured Princeton wasn’t in his future . but he made enough to get the car fixed. Yay! The interviewer took a couple of gals with him & promised to do what he could for Joel.

Lana & Joel took a train ride (she really liked trains . ) They stayed out all night.When he got home, the house has been burgled. He called Lana’s number but reached her manage. Guido, BTW. They argued, the guy kept hanging up on him. The parents are @ the airport, finally taking a cab (Joel was supposed to pick them up). Joel is negotiating with Guido to get everything bag - taking all of Joel’s money. His buddies help him put everything back. The parents arrived just after everything was done. Mom asked why he wasn’t @ the airport - he said she had said the 6th, not the 5th. Mom also noticed her crystal egg had a small crack.Joel was doing yard work when dad came out & told him the Princeton recruiter had accepted him!
Last scene, Joel & Lana talk about the future for them .


Old Time Rock & Roll, Bob Segar
Used in the movie


Just take those old records off the shelf
I'll sit and listen to 'em by myself
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Don't try to take me to a disco
You'll never even get me out on the floor
In ten minutes I'll be late for the door
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Ooh

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul ooh
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Won't go to hear them play a tango
I'd rather hear some blues or funky old soul
There's only one sure way to get me to go
Start playing old time rock 'n' roll
Call me a relic, call me what you will
Say I'm old-fashioned, say I'm over the hill
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll

[

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll

Still like that old time rock and roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Still like that old time rock 'n' roll.


Risky Business

Risky Business came dancing & prancing into the theaters in 1983. Joel is a senior student, worried about getting into an excellent college. Typical hormonal rich kid in in the Chicago North Shore area. His buddies seem to be just as as entitled & bursting with testosterone. Now, dad was a Princeton grad, & was really pushing Joel to ace his interview & get in. First, though, mom & dad are going away for a solid week. Dad specifically tells him to NOT play with his stereo system, & NO party’s. Mom’s giving him $50 for food, a little more for that & some for emergencies. Bye, bye, be a good boy & D’ONT drive the Porsche. The first thing he does when he gets home is to do the underwear dance, a classic! (To the song Old Time Rock & Roll)


His buddy, Miles, tried to get Joel to call a prostitute, eventually calling a number & giving Joel’s address & name. “Jacky” showed up, but was a transvestite. Joel paid for Jacky’s time, & she gave him a number of a female hooker. When she showed up, they played all night. In the morning, she told him she needed $300 for the night. Wow - Joel had to cash in a bond. While he was gone, Lana stole his mom’s crystal. He tracked her down in the Porsche, paid him the $300 & extricate d her from her “manager”. High speed street race, crazy man with gun, they get away. Lana went back to his house. Joel demanded the crystal egg be returned, but she didn’t have it.

Yada, yada, yada . Lana gets the bright plan that Joel’s friends should meet up with Lana’s friends.He turned her down, but took her out that night. He was being a little judgy, she threw the Porsche keys into the car & slammed the door shut - locked. The Porsche rolled down unto the lake. Oops. He got the car pulled out, but really needed to get some money. He tried to sweet talk the school nurse to put his excuse for missing classes - let’s just say she wasn’t buying it. He just knew his future was gone. (Meanwhile, his folks did random call to check on him.)


Splash splash

Joel agreed to work with Lana. Joel’s friends helped set up the house with roll around beds, also recruited customers. All of the young men re ready for a good time @ $300.Whew! The hopeful lads are lining up outside. The house is hopping, The Princeton interviewer showed up (as his father had set up). Very low key. Joel pretty much figured Princeton wasn’t in his future . but he made enough to get the car fixed. Yay! The interviewer took a couple of gals with him & promised to do what he could for Joel.

Lana & Joel took a train ride (she really liked trains . ) They stayed out all night.When he got home, the house has been burgled. He called Lana’s number but reached her manage. Guido, BTW. They argued, the guy kept hanging up on him. The parents are @ the airport, finally taking a cab (Joel was supposed to pick them up). Joel is negotiating with Guido to get everything bag - taking all of Joel’s money. His buddies help him put everything back. The parents arrived just after everything was done. Mom asked why he wasn’t @ the airport - he said she had said the 6th, not the 5th. Mom also noticed her crystal egg had a small crack.Joel was doing yard work when dad came out & told him the Princeton recruiter had accepted him!
Last scene, Joel & Lana talk about the future for them .


Old Time Rock & Roll, Bob Segar
Used in the movie


Just take those old records off the shelf
I'll sit and listen to 'em by myself
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Don't try to take me to a disco
You'll never even get me out on the floor
In ten minutes I'll be late for the door
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Ooh

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul ooh
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Won't go to hear them play a tango
I'd rather hear some blues or funky old soul
There's only one sure way to get me to go
Start playing old time rock 'n' roll
Call me a relic, call me what you will
Say I'm old-fashioned, say I'm over the hill
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll

[

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll

Still like that old time rock and roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Still like that old time rock 'n' roll.


Risky Business

Risky Business came dancing & prancing into the theaters in 1983. Joel is a senior student, worried about getting into an excellent college. Typical hormonal rich kid in in the Chicago North Shore area. His buddies seem to be just as as entitled & bursting with testosterone. Now, dad was a Princeton grad, & was really pushing Joel to ace his interview & get in. First, though, mom & dad are going away for a solid week. Dad specifically tells him to NOT play with his stereo system, & NO party’s. Mom’s giving him $50 for food, a little more for that & some for emergencies. Bye, bye, be a good boy & D’ONT drive the Porsche. The first thing he does when he gets home is to do the underwear dance, a classic! (To the song Old Time Rock & Roll)


His buddy, Miles, tried to get Joel to call a prostitute, eventually calling a number & giving Joel’s address & name. “Jacky” showed up, but was a transvestite. Joel paid for Jacky’s time, & she gave him a number of a female hooker. When she showed up, they played all night. In the morning, she told him she needed $300 for the night. Wow - Joel had to cash in a bond. While he was gone, Lana stole his mom’s crystal. He tracked her down in the Porsche, paid him the $300 & extricate d her from her “manager”. High speed street race, crazy man with gun, they get away. Lana went back to his house. Joel demanded the crystal egg be returned, but she didn’t have it.

Yada, yada, yada . Lana gets the bright plan that Joel’s friends should meet up with Lana’s friends.He turned her down, but took her out that night. He was being a little judgy, she threw the Porsche keys into the car & slammed the door shut - locked. The Porsche rolled down unto the lake. Oops. He got the car pulled out, but really needed to get some money. He tried to sweet talk the school nurse to put his excuse for missing classes - let’s just say she wasn’t buying it. He just knew his future was gone. (Meanwhile, his folks did random call to check on him.)


Splash splash

Joel agreed to work with Lana. Joel’s friends helped set up the house with roll around beds, also recruited customers. All of the young men re ready for a good time @ $300.Whew! The hopeful lads are lining up outside. The house is hopping, The Princeton interviewer showed up (as his father had set up). Very low key. Joel pretty much figured Princeton wasn’t in his future . but he made enough to get the car fixed. Yay! The interviewer took a couple of gals with him & promised to do what he could for Joel.

Lana & Joel took a train ride (she really liked trains . ) They stayed out all night.When he got home, the house has been burgled. He called Lana’s number but reached her manage. Guido, BTW. They argued, the guy kept hanging up on him. The parents are @ the airport, finally taking a cab (Joel was supposed to pick them up). Joel is negotiating with Guido to get everything bag - taking all of Joel’s money. His buddies help him put everything back. The parents arrived just after everything was done. Mom asked why he wasn’t @ the airport - he said she had said the 6th, not the 5th. Mom also noticed her crystal egg had a small crack.Joel was doing yard work when dad came out & told him the Princeton recruiter had accepted him!
Last scene, Joel & Lana talk about the future for them .


Old Time Rock & Roll, Bob Segar
Used in the movie


Just take those old records off the shelf
I'll sit and listen to 'em by myself
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Don't try to take me to a disco
You'll never even get me out on the floor
In ten minutes I'll be late for the door
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Ooh

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul ooh
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Won't go to hear them play a tango
I'd rather hear some blues or funky old soul
There's only one sure way to get me to go
Start playing old time rock 'n' roll
Call me a relic, call me what you will
Say I'm old-fashioned, say I'm over the hill
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll

[

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll

Still like that old time rock and roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Still like that old time rock 'n' roll.


Risky Business

Risky Business came dancing & prancing into the theaters in 1983. Joel is a senior student, worried about getting into an excellent college. Typical hormonal rich kid in in the Chicago North Shore area. His buddies seem to be just as as entitled & bursting with testosterone. Now, dad was a Princeton grad, & was really pushing Joel to ace his interview & get in. First, though, mom & dad are going away for a solid week. Dad specifically tells him to NOT play with his stereo system, & NO party’s. Mom’s giving him $50 for food, a little more for that & some for emergencies. Bye, bye, be a good boy & D’ONT drive the Porsche. The first thing he does when he gets home is to do the underwear dance, a classic! (To the song Old Time Rock & Roll)


His buddy, Miles, tried to get Joel to call a prostitute, eventually calling a number & giving Joel’s address & name. “Jacky” showed up, but was a transvestite. Joel paid for Jacky’s time, & she gave him a number of a female hooker. When she showed up, they played all night. In the morning, she told him she needed $300 for the night. Wow - Joel had to cash in a bond. While he was gone, Lana stole his mom’s crystal. He tracked her down in the Porsche, paid him the $300 & extricate d her from her “manager”. High speed street race, crazy man with gun, they get away. Lana went back to his house. Joel demanded the crystal egg be returned, but she didn’t have it.

Yada, yada, yada . Lana gets the bright plan that Joel’s friends should meet up with Lana’s friends.He turned her down, but took her out that night. He was being a little judgy, she threw the Porsche keys into the car & slammed the door shut - locked. The Porsche rolled down unto the lake. Oops. He got the car pulled out, but really needed to get some money. He tried to sweet talk the school nurse to put his excuse for missing classes - let’s just say she wasn’t buying it. He just knew his future was gone. (Meanwhile, his folks did random call to check on him.)


Splash splash

Joel agreed to work with Lana. Joel’s friends helped set up the house with roll around beds, also recruited customers. All of the young men re ready for a good time @ $300.Whew! The hopeful lads are lining up outside. The house is hopping, The Princeton interviewer showed up (as his father had set up). Very low key. Joel pretty much figured Princeton wasn’t in his future . but he made enough to get the car fixed. Yay! The interviewer took a couple of gals with him & promised to do what he could for Joel.

Lana & Joel took a train ride (she really liked trains . ) They stayed out all night.When he got home, the house has been burgled. He called Lana’s number but reached her manage. Guido, BTW. They argued, the guy kept hanging up on him. The parents are @ the airport, finally taking a cab (Joel was supposed to pick them up). Joel is negotiating with Guido to get everything bag - taking all of Joel’s money. His buddies help him put everything back. The parents arrived just after everything was done. Mom asked why he wasn’t @ the airport - he said she had said the 6th, not the 5th. Mom also noticed her crystal egg had a small crack.Joel was doing yard work when dad came out & told him the Princeton recruiter had accepted him!
Last scene, Joel & Lana talk about the future for them .


Old Time Rock & Roll, Bob Segar
Used in the movie


Just take those old records off the shelf
I'll sit and listen to 'em by myself
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Don't try to take me to a disco
You'll never even get me out on the floor
In ten minutes I'll be late for the door
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Ooh

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul ooh
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Won't go to hear them play a tango
I'd rather hear some blues or funky old soul
There's only one sure way to get me to go
Start playing old time rock 'n' roll
Call me a relic, call me what you will
Say I'm old-fashioned, say I'm over the hill
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll

[

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll

Still like that old time rock and roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Still like that old time rock 'n' roll.


Risky Business

Risky Business came dancing & prancing into the theaters in 1983. Joel is a senior student, worried about getting into an excellent college. Typical hormonal rich kid in in the Chicago North Shore area. His buddies seem to be just as as entitled & bursting with testosterone. Now, dad was a Princeton grad, & was really pushing Joel to ace his interview & get in. First, though, mom & dad are going away for a solid week. Dad specifically tells him to NOT play with his stereo system, & NO party’s. Mom’s giving him $50 for food, a little more for that & some for emergencies. Bye, bye, be a good boy & D’ONT drive the Porsche. The first thing he does when he gets home is to do the underwear dance, a classic! (To the song Old Time Rock & Roll)


His buddy, Miles, tried to get Joel to call a prostitute, eventually calling a number & giving Joel’s address & name. “Jacky” showed up, but was a transvestite. Joel paid for Jacky’s time, & she gave him a number of a female hooker. When she showed up, they played all night. In the morning, she told him she needed $300 for the night. Wow - Joel had to cash in a bond. While he was gone, Lana stole his mom’s crystal. He tracked her down in the Porsche, paid him the $300 & extricate d her from her “manager”. High speed street race, crazy man with gun, they get away. Lana went back to his house. Joel demanded the crystal egg be returned, but she didn’t have it.

Yada, yada, yada . Lana gets the bright plan that Joel’s friends should meet up with Lana’s friends.He turned her down, but took her out that night. He was being a little judgy, she threw the Porsche keys into the car & slammed the door shut - locked. The Porsche rolled down unto the lake. Oops. He got the car pulled out, but really needed to get some money. He tried to sweet talk the school nurse to put his excuse for missing classes - let’s just say she wasn’t buying it. He just knew his future was gone. (Meanwhile, his folks did random call to check on him.)


Splash splash

Joel agreed to work with Lana. Joel’s friends helped set up the house with roll around beds, also recruited customers. All of the young men re ready for a good time @ $300.Whew! The hopeful lads are lining up outside. The house is hopping, The Princeton interviewer showed up (as his father had set up). Very low key. Joel pretty much figured Princeton wasn’t in his future . but he made enough to get the car fixed. Yay! The interviewer took a couple of gals with him & promised to do what he could for Joel.

Lana & Joel took a train ride (she really liked trains . ) They stayed out all night.When he got home, the house has been burgled. He called Lana’s number but reached her manage. Guido, BTW. They argued, the guy kept hanging up on him. The parents are @ the airport, finally taking a cab (Joel was supposed to pick them up). Joel is negotiating with Guido to get everything bag - taking all of Joel’s money. His buddies help him put everything back. The parents arrived just after everything was done. Mom asked why he wasn’t @ the airport - he said she had said the 6th, not the 5th. Mom also noticed her crystal egg had a small crack.Joel was doing yard work when dad came out & told him the Princeton recruiter had accepted him!
Last scene, Joel & Lana talk about the future for them .


Old Time Rock & Roll, Bob Segar
Used in the movie


Just take those old records off the shelf
I'll sit and listen to 'em by myself
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Don't try to take me to a disco
You'll never even get me out on the floor
In ten minutes I'll be late for the door
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Ooh

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul ooh
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Won't go to hear them play a tango
I'd rather hear some blues or funky old soul
There's only one sure way to get me to go
Start playing old time rock 'n' roll
Call me a relic, call me what you will
Say I'm old-fashioned, say I'm over the hill
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll

[

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll

Still like that old time rock and roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Still like that old time rock 'n' roll.


Risky Business

Risky Business came dancing & prancing into the theaters in 1983. Joel is a senior student, worried about getting into an excellent college. Typical hormonal rich kid in in the Chicago North Shore area. His buddies seem to be just as as entitled & bursting with testosterone. Now, dad was a Princeton grad, & was really pushing Joel to ace his interview & get in. First, though, mom & dad are going away for a solid week. Dad specifically tells him to NOT play with his stereo system, & NO party’s. Mom’s giving him $50 for food, a little more for that & some for emergencies. Bye, bye, be a good boy & D’ONT drive the Porsche. The first thing he does when he gets home is to do the underwear dance, a classic! (To the song Old Time Rock & Roll)


His buddy, Miles, tried to get Joel to call a prostitute, eventually calling a number & giving Joel’s address & name. “Jacky” showed up, but was a transvestite. Joel paid for Jacky’s time, & she gave him a number of a female hooker. When she showed up, they played all night. In the morning, she told him she needed $300 for the night. Wow - Joel had to cash in a bond. While he was gone, Lana stole his mom’s crystal. He tracked her down in the Porsche, paid him the $300 & extricate d her from her “manager”. High speed street race, crazy man with gun, they get away. Lana went back to his house. Joel demanded the crystal egg be returned, but she didn’t have it.

Yada, yada, yada . Lana gets the bright plan that Joel’s friends should meet up with Lana’s friends.He turned her down, but took her out that night. He was being a little judgy, she threw the Porsche keys into the car & slammed the door shut - locked. The Porsche rolled down unto the lake. Oops. He got the car pulled out, but really needed to get some money. He tried to sweet talk the school nurse to put his excuse for missing classes - let’s just say she wasn’t buying it. He just knew his future was gone. (Meanwhile, his folks did random call to check on him.)


Splash splash

Joel agreed to work with Lana. Joel’s friends helped set up the house with roll around beds, also recruited customers. All of the young men re ready for a good time @ $300.Whew! The hopeful lads are lining up outside. The house is hopping, The Princeton interviewer showed up (as his father had set up). Very low key. Joel pretty much figured Princeton wasn’t in his future . but he made enough to get the car fixed. Yay! The interviewer took a couple of gals with him & promised to do what he could for Joel.

Lana & Joel took a train ride (she really liked trains . ) They stayed out all night.When he got home, the house has been burgled. He called Lana’s number but reached her manage. Guido, BTW. They argued, the guy kept hanging up on him. The parents are @ the airport, finally taking a cab (Joel was supposed to pick them up). Joel is negotiating with Guido to get everything bag - taking all of Joel’s money. His buddies help him put everything back. The parents arrived just after everything was done. Mom asked why he wasn’t @ the airport - he said she had said the 6th, not the 5th. Mom also noticed her crystal egg had a small crack.Joel was doing yard work when dad came out & told him the Princeton recruiter had accepted him!
Last scene, Joel & Lana talk about the future for them .


Old Time Rock & Roll, Bob Segar
Used in the movie


Just take those old records off the shelf
I'll sit and listen to 'em by myself
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Don't try to take me to a disco
You'll never even get me out on the floor
In ten minutes I'll be late for the door
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Ooh

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul ooh
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Won't go to hear them play a tango
I'd rather hear some blues or funky old soul
There's only one sure way to get me to go
Start playing old time rock 'n' roll
Call me a relic, call me what you will
Say I'm old-fashioned, say I'm over the hill
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll

[

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll

Still like that old time rock and roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Still like that old time rock 'n' roll.


Risky Business

Risky Business came dancing & prancing into the theaters in 1983. Joel is a senior student, worried about getting into an excellent college. Typical hormonal rich kid in in the Chicago North Shore area. His buddies seem to be just as as entitled & bursting with testosterone. Now, dad was a Princeton grad, & was really pushing Joel to ace his interview & get in. First, though, mom & dad are going away for a solid week. Dad specifically tells him to NOT play with his stereo system, & NO party’s. Mom’s giving him $50 for food, a little more for that & some for emergencies. Bye, bye, be a good boy & D’ONT drive the Porsche. The first thing he does when he gets home is to do the underwear dance, a classic! (To the song Old Time Rock & Roll)


His buddy, Miles, tried to get Joel to call a prostitute, eventually calling a number & giving Joel’s address & name. “Jacky” showed up, but was a transvestite. Joel paid for Jacky’s time, & she gave him a number of a female hooker. When she showed up, they played all night. In the morning, she told him she needed $300 for the night. Wow - Joel had to cash in a bond. While he was gone, Lana stole his mom’s crystal. He tracked her down in the Porsche, paid him the $300 & extricate d her from her “manager”. High speed street race, crazy man with gun, they get away. Lana went back to his house. Joel demanded the crystal egg be returned, but she didn’t have it.

Yada, yada, yada . Lana gets the bright plan that Joel’s friends should meet up with Lana’s friends.He turned her down, but took her out that night. He was being a little judgy, she threw the Porsche keys into the car & slammed the door shut - locked. The Porsche rolled down unto the lake. Oops. He got the car pulled out, but really needed to get some money. He tried to sweet talk the school nurse to put his excuse for missing classes - let’s just say she wasn’t buying it. He just knew his future was gone. (Meanwhile, his folks did random call to check on him.)


Splash splash

Joel agreed to work with Lana. Joel’s friends helped set up the house with roll around beds, also recruited customers. All of the young men re ready for a good time @ $300.Whew! The hopeful lads are lining up outside. The house is hopping, The Princeton interviewer showed up (as his father had set up). Very low key. Joel pretty much figured Princeton wasn’t in his future . but he made enough to get the car fixed. Yay! The interviewer took a couple of gals with him & promised to do what he could for Joel.

Lana & Joel took a train ride (she really liked trains . ) They stayed out all night.When he got home, the house has been burgled. He called Lana’s number but reached her manage. Guido, BTW. They argued, the guy kept hanging up on him. The parents are @ the airport, finally taking a cab (Joel was supposed to pick them up). Joel is negotiating with Guido to get everything bag - taking all of Joel’s money. His buddies help him put everything back. The parents arrived just after everything was done. Mom asked why he wasn’t @ the airport - he said she had said the 6th, not the 5th. Mom also noticed her crystal egg had a small crack.Joel was doing yard work when dad came out & told him the Princeton recruiter had accepted him!
Last scene, Joel & Lana talk about the future for them .


Old Time Rock & Roll, Bob Segar
Used in the movie


Just take those old records off the shelf
I'll sit and listen to 'em by myself
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Don't try to take me to a disco
You'll never even get me out on the floor
In ten minutes I'll be late for the door
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Ooh

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul ooh
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Won't go to hear them play a tango
I'd rather hear some blues or funky old soul
There's only one sure way to get me to go
Start playing old time rock 'n' roll
Call me a relic, call me what you will
Say I'm old-fashioned, say I'm over the hill
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll

[

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll

Still like that old time rock and roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Still like that old time rock 'n' roll.


Risky Business

Risky Business came dancing & prancing into the theaters in 1983. Joel is a senior student, worried about getting into an excellent college. Typical hormonal rich kid in in the Chicago North Shore area. His buddies seem to be just as as entitled & bursting with testosterone. Now, dad was a Princeton grad, & was really pushing Joel to ace his interview & get in. First, though, mom & dad are going away for a solid week. Dad specifically tells him to NOT play with his stereo system, & NO party’s. Mom’s giving him $50 for food, a little more for that & some for emergencies. Bye, bye, be a good boy & D’ONT drive the Porsche. The first thing he does when he gets home is to do the underwear dance, a classic! (To the song Old Time Rock & Roll)


His buddy, Miles, tried to get Joel to call a prostitute, eventually calling a number & giving Joel’s address & name. “Jacky” showed up, but was a transvestite. Joel paid for Jacky’s time, & she gave him a number of a female hooker. When she showed up, they played all night. In the morning, she told him she needed $300 for the night. Wow - Joel had to cash in a bond. While he was gone, Lana stole his mom’s crystal. He tracked her down in the Porsche, paid him the $300 & extricate d her from her “manager”. High speed street race, crazy man with gun, they get away. Lana went back to his house. Joel demanded the crystal egg be returned, but she didn’t have it.

Yada, yada, yada . Lana gets the bright plan that Joel’s friends should meet up with Lana’s friends.He turned her down, but took her out that night. He was being a little judgy, she threw the Porsche keys into the car & slammed the door shut - locked. The Porsche rolled down unto the lake. Oops. He got the car pulled out, but really needed to get some money. He tried to sweet talk the school nurse to put his excuse for missing classes - let’s just say she wasn’t buying it. He just knew his future was gone. (Meanwhile, his folks did random call to check on him.)


Splash splash

Joel agreed to work with Lana. Joel’s friends helped set up the house with roll around beds, also recruited customers. All of the young men re ready for a good time @ $300.Whew! The hopeful lads are lining up outside. The house is hopping, The Princeton interviewer showed up (as his father had set up). Very low key. Joel pretty much figured Princeton wasn’t in his future . but he made enough to get the car fixed. Yay! The interviewer took a couple of gals with him & promised to do what he could for Joel.

Lana & Joel took a train ride (she really liked trains . ) They stayed out all night.When he got home, the house has been burgled. He called Lana’s number but reached her manage. Guido, BTW. They argued, the guy kept hanging up on him. The parents are @ the airport, finally taking a cab (Joel was supposed to pick them up). Joel is negotiating with Guido to get everything bag - taking all of Joel’s money. His buddies help him put everything back. The parents arrived just after everything was done. Mom asked why he wasn’t @ the airport - he said she had said the 6th, not the 5th. Mom also noticed her crystal egg had a small crack.Joel was doing yard work when dad came out & told him the Princeton recruiter had accepted him!
Last scene, Joel & Lana talk about the future for them .


Old Time Rock & Roll, Bob Segar
Used in the movie


Just take those old records off the shelf
I'll sit and listen to 'em by myself
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Don't try to take me to a disco
You'll never even get me out on the floor
In ten minutes I'll be late for the door
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Ooh

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul ooh
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Won't go to hear them play a tango
I'd rather hear some blues or funky old soul
There's only one sure way to get me to go
Start playing old time rock 'n' roll
Call me a relic, call me what you will
Say I'm old-fashioned, say I'm over the hill
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll

[

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll

Still like that old time rock and roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Still like that old time rock 'n' roll.


Risky Business

Risky Business came dancing & prancing into the theaters in 1983. Joel is a senior student, worried about getting into an excellent college. Typical hormonal rich kid in in the Chicago North Shore area. His buddies seem to be just as as entitled & bursting with testosterone. Now, dad was a Princeton grad, & was really pushing Joel to ace his interview & get in. First, though, mom & dad are going away for a solid week. Dad specifically tells him to NOT play with his stereo system, & NO party’s. Mom’s giving him $50 for food, a little more for that & some for emergencies. Bye, bye, be a good boy & D’ONT drive the Porsche. The first thing he does when he gets home is to do the underwear dance, a classic! (To the song Old Time Rock & Roll)


His buddy, Miles, tried to get Joel to call a prostitute, eventually calling a number & giving Joel’s address & name. “Jacky” showed up, but was a transvestite. Joel paid for Jacky’s time, & she gave him a number of a female hooker. When she showed up, they played all night. In the morning, she told him she needed $300 for the night. Wow - Joel had to cash in a bond. While he was gone, Lana stole his mom’s crystal. He tracked her down in the Porsche, paid him the $300 & extricate d her from her “manager”. High speed street race, crazy man with gun, they get away. Lana went back to his house. Joel demanded the crystal egg be returned, but she didn’t have it.

Yada, yada, yada . Lana gets the bright plan that Joel’s friends should meet up with Lana’s friends.He turned her down, but took her out that night. He was being a little judgy, she threw the Porsche keys into the car & slammed the door shut - locked. The Porsche rolled down unto the lake. Oops. He got the car pulled out, but really needed to get some money. He tried to sweet talk the school nurse to put his excuse for missing classes - let’s just say she wasn’t buying it. He just knew his future was gone. (Meanwhile, his folks did random call to check on him.)


Splash splash

Joel agreed to work with Lana. Joel’s friends helped set up the house with roll around beds, also recruited customers. All of the young men re ready for a good time @ $300.Whew! The hopeful lads are lining up outside. The house is hopping, The Princeton interviewer showed up (as his father had set up). Very low key. Joel pretty much figured Princeton wasn’t in his future . but he made enough to get the car fixed. Yay! The interviewer took a couple of gals with him & promised to do what he could for Joel.

Lana & Joel took a train ride (she really liked trains . ) They stayed out all night.When he got home, the house has been burgled. He called Lana’s number but reached her manage. Guido, BTW. They argued, the guy kept hanging up on him. The parents are @ the airport, finally taking a cab (Joel was supposed to pick them up). Joel is negotiating with Guido to get everything bag - taking all of Joel’s money. His buddies help him put everything back. The parents arrived just after everything was done. Mom asked why he wasn’t @ the airport - he said she had said the 6th, not the 5th. Mom also noticed her crystal egg had a small crack.Joel was doing yard work when dad came out & told him the Princeton recruiter had accepted him!
Last scene, Joel & Lana talk about the future for them .


Old Time Rock & Roll, Bob Segar
Used in the movie


Just take those old records off the shelf
I'll sit and listen to 'em by myself
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Don't try to take me to a disco
You'll never even get me out on the floor
In ten minutes I'll be late for the door
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Ooh

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul ooh
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Won't go to hear them play a tango
I'd rather hear some blues or funky old soul
There's only one sure way to get me to go
Start playing old time rock 'n' roll
Call me a relic, call me what you will
Say I'm old-fashioned, say I'm over the hill
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll

[

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll

Still like that old time rock and roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Still like that old time rock 'n' roll.


Risky Business

Risky Business came dancing & prancing into the theaters in 1983. Joel is a senior student, worried about getting into an excellent college. Typical hormonal rich kid in in the Chicago North Shore area. His buddies seem to be just as as entitled & bursting with testosterone. Now, dad was a Princeton grad, & was really pushing Joel to ace his interview & get in. First, though, mom & dad are going away for a solid week. Dad specifically tells him to NOT play with his stereo system, & NO party’s. Mom’s giving him $50 for food, a little more for that & some for emergencies. Bye, bye, be a good boy & D’ONT drive the Porsche. The first thing he does when he gets home is to do the underwear dance, a classic! (To the song Old Time Rock & Roll)


His buddy, Miles, tried to get Joel to call a prostitute, eventually calling a number & giving Joel’s address & name. “Jacky” showed up, but was a transvestite. Joel paid for Jacky’s time, & she gave him a number of a female hooker. When she showed up, they played all night. In the morning, she told him she needed $300 for the night. Wow - Joel had to cash in a bond. While he was gone, Lana stole his mom’s crystal. He tracked her down in the Porsche, paid him the $300 & extricate d her from her “manager”. High speed street race, crazy man with gun, they get away. Lana went back to his house. Joel demanded the crystal egg be returned, but she didn’t have it.

Yada, yada, yada . Lana gets the bright plan that Joel’s friends should meet up with Lana’s friends.He turned her down, but took her out that night. He was being a little judgy, she threw the Porsche keys into the car & slammed the door shut - locked. The Porsche rolled down unto the lake. Oops. He got the car pulled out, but really needed to get some money. He tried to sweet talk the school nurse to put his excuse for missing classes - let’s just say she wasn’t buying it. He just knew his future was gone. (Meanwhile, his folks did random call to check on him.)


Splash splash

Joel agreed to work with Lana. Joel’s friends helped set up the house with roll around beds, also recruited customers. All of the young men re ready for a good time @ $300.Whew! The hopeful lads are lining up outside. The house is hopping, The Princeton interviewer showed up (as his father had set up). Very low key. Joel pretty much figured Princeton wasn’t in his future . but he made enough to get the car fixed. Yay! The interviewer took a couple of gals with him & promised to do what he could for Joel.

Lana & Joel took a train ride (she really liked trains . ) They stayed out all night.When he got home, the house has been burgled. He called Lana’s number but reached her manage. Guido, BTW. They argued, the guy kept hanging up on him. The parents are @ the airport, finally taking a cab (Joel was supposed to pick them up). Joel is negotiating with Guido to get everything bag - taking all of Joel’s money. His buddies help him put everything back. The parents arrived just after everything was done. Mom asked why he wasn’t @ the airport - he said she had said the 6th, not the 5th. Mom also noticed her crystal egg had a small crack.Joel was doing yard work when dad came out & told him the Princeton recruiter had accepted him!
Last scene, Joel & Lana talk about the future for them .


Old Time Rock & Roll, Bob Segar
Used in the movie


Just take those old records off the shelf
I'll sit and listen to 'em by myself
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Don't try to take me to a disco
You'll never even get me out on the floor
In ten minutes I'll be late for the door
I like that old time rock 'n' roll
Ooh

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul ooh
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Won't go to hear them play a tango
I'd rather hear some blues or funky old soul
There's only one sure way to get me to go
Start playing old time rock 'n' roll
Call me a relic, call me what you will
Say I'm old-fashioned, say I'm over the hill
Today's music ain't got the same soul
I like that old time rock 'n' roll

[

Still like that old time rock 'n' roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll

Still like that old time rock and roll
That kind of music just soothes the soul
I reminisce about the days of old
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
With that old time rock 'n' roll
Still like that old time rock 'n' roll.



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