Knees Up

What does Knees Up mean?

Knees Up
A party

Probably derived from the fact that a traditional London party would have the kind of dancing that involved swinging the knees high up into the air and waving the skirts (if female) above the knees.

Credit: contributed by Anon on 18-Sep-2012.

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