Back in the 1920"s I use to be a flapper. A flapper was a woman who dressed up and went out to have some fun with friends. Because of all the men that went to war there were many jobs that need employees, so all of us women took the jobs and made all the money. We were able to afford to have other people do our jobs which gave us plenty of time to go out.
Now sweetie, we are now in a secret bar that we called "speakeasies." It was now that alcohol like beer, tequila and other stuff were not allowed to be sold. So there was people that ran secret bars and made a lot money off of it.
It was at this exact stop where I met your great-grandfather. Your great-grandfather was a gangster that actually ran the speakeasy that I first went to. He offered me a beer and although I knew the amount of danger that came with his business I still couldn't help but to fall in love with him.