Have you heard of the term "Sparty"?
Spa+Party= Sparty. Have you ever encountered such term?
I hope I never do... That kind of high society language is too stuffy and boring.
No, I haven't heard of it. But, I will take the spa without the party!
Yes, I actually, have. First time I heard it it was on Valentine's Day. I watched some kind of TV report about a new way to celebrate this holiday. Basically, these parties are held in a spa resort- by the swimming pool with a DJ and that sort of things.
No, i have not heard of that term. But I have heard of a spa party on a bridal shower.
Sparty, no. I see from answers that it has to do with a spa party. Now, I have learned something today.
Sparty is a term for a themed spa party
It is also the mascot of Michigan State College, It is the nickname for the spartan statue. (Greek warrior) One of the team supporters dresses in a spartan costume with an huge head to entertain during sports games and other college functions..
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