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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Dinner party.

"That's hot."
-Paris Hilton

I found this writing prompt online:

If you could invite any three people to dinner (dead or alive, famous, fictional, etc.), who would they be, why and what would the topic of conversation be?

First, here's my three choices and why I've chosen them:

1. Hunter Thompson, because he seems like he'd be the life of the party.

2. Oscar Wilde, for the same reason. Both of them would be witty enough to make for lively converstation.

3. Paris Hilton, because I can't stand her, and I'm sure the Hunter and Oscar would have a heyday subtlely (or not so subtlely) poking fun at Paris. I'm sure lots of the jokes would go right over her head.

And for the conversation topic (actually, I've chosen two):

1. What is the appeal of Paris, and what has she done for her fame, and

2. Why can't Paris, Britney, or Lindsay seem to afford underwear?

The dinner would be a brainstorming session with lots of liquor. I could've made Paris, Britney, and Lindsay my three guests so we might come up with a quick answer to question number 2, but I think I'd rather die.

6 Comments:

At 10:31 AM, Anonymous mist1 said...

I can't invite anyone over for dinner. I don't want to cook.

 
At 11:06 AM, Blogger Sheila said...

haha that is great! I would invite David Boreanaz, Tom Welling, and Johnny Depp and talk about how hot they are and can I have some money. ;o)

 
At 11:12 AM, Blogger Stewart Sternberg said...

I like your choices. Hunter S. would rock.

What about George W. Bush, porn star Jenna Jameson, and Moe Howard. Nyuk..nyuk..nyuk...

topic: American Literary movements early 1800's and the birth of the American Adam.

 
At 12:11 PM, Blogger Bird on a Wire said...

Stewart,
I think a conversation with Hilton would be far more intellectually stimulating than one with Dubya.

 
At 8:11 PM, Blogger Dorky Dad said...

I'd invite two rich guys and a charismatic bartender with a lot of liquor. Then I'd wait until the rich guys began throwing their money around.

 
At 1:21 AM, Blogger ShadowFalcon said...

Oh thats so hard! Mine would change depending on my mood but right now...

1. Issac Asimov
2. Homer
3. JRR Tolkien

Books books more books

 

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