The kids are the big winners at this year’s Pet Shop Boys holiday party, which is the first of its kind in the UK and the largest ever event.
It’s a celebration of the UK’s rich history and culture and is one of the biggest UK events.
But when the children’s toy line was first introduced in the 1970s, they weren’t popular with kids.
The first line, Pet Shop Boy, was launched in 1977 and had just four colours: blue, red, pink and purple.
Its biggest fans were children of the 1960s and 70s who loved the colour purple and the colourful toy line.
In 1981, the toy company stopped making the purple colour, but it didn’t go away, so the kids kept buying purple.
It was the only colour they would ever want to play with.
This year’s theme is the theme of friendship, and the kids love to play together.
They also make fun of their parents for not being able to play too much.
There’s also a children’s choir, a singing contest, a pet shop and a giant kangaroo.
What to do with the kids after the party is up to you.
They have a range of activities and activities for kids aged five to eight that can take up to eight hours to complete.
And they have a few special events, including a “pets-themed” birthday party for all ages.
To make sure you don’t miss out on the fun, the children will also have a special party for their pet shop workers, which can take place from 10.30am on Saturday until 6pm on Sunday.
You can see the full Pet Shopboys holiday party on Saturday, December 14, and Sunday, December 15.