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Maxflyer
11th May 2004, 10:00
The Rules: Alive or Dead - Not fictional.

I would enjoy the company of Robbie Coltraine, Dame Judi Dench, The Big Yin, Les Dawson, Pete & Dud and Ayrton Senna.

The last one was a bit of self indulgence on my part.

Vortex what...ouch!
11th May 2004, 10:12
Easy, Winston Churchill.

SuperOwl
11th May 2004, 10:21
For the list would be:

Les Dawson
John Simpson
Gordon Banks
Keith Moon
Stephen Hawking
Patrick Moore
Nicko McBrain
Sir Steve Redgrave
Jacques Cousteau
Joe Cocker
Aretha Franklin
Sir Norman Foster
Dame Judy Dench
Helen Mirren.

And loads of fit birds.

BillHicksRules
11th May 2004, 10:33
I would like to have dinner with :

Living
Billy Connolly
John O’Farrell
Paddy Ashdown
Chuck Yeager
John Glenn
Bill Clinton
Hilary Clinton



Dead
Bill Hicks
Leonardo Da Vinci
Albert Einstein
Jesus
Mohammed
Barnes Wallis
Robert Oppenheimer


Cheers

BHR

tony draper
11th May 2004, 10:35
All the chaps from Grumpy Old Men+Jeremy Clarkson of course.

:rolleyes:

Stockpicker
11th May 2004, 10:38
Table order would be:

Me
Pierce Brosnan
Germaine Greer
Frank Sinatra
Ella Fitzgerald
Alan Greenspan
Marilyn Monroe
Stephen Fry

The cooking would be by Nick Nairn (less norty words than from Mr Ramsay)
The wine would be served by David Ramsden of Rogue's in Edinburgh
Tony Blair would be doing the washing up.

tony draper
11th May 2004, 10:41
One assumes Germaine Greer would be there to do the catering and the washing up.

Stockpicker
11th May 2004, 10:42
Nah, she's there to strike sparks off Sinatra and stop Pierce Brosnan wanting to pay attention to the lady on his other side!

DX Wombat
11th May 2004, 11:04
A mixture of family and friends. :ok: What's the point in having people with whom you may not have anything in common, just because they are celebrities. :confused:
I would do my own cooking, that way I know what has gone into it, how it was prepared and that I will enjoy it. :ok:

Binoculars
11th May 2004, 11:07
My mates from my old indoor cricket team. The Tuesday golfers. Wifey.

WTF am I going to say to Ghandi or Jesus Christ or Mohammed? What a load of ****. :rolleyes:

Stockpicker
11th May 2004, 11:08
What's the point in having people with whom you may not have anything in common, just because they are celebrities.

I like meeting new people and it's hard to include on your invitation list people you haven't heard of!:p

timmcat
11th May 2004, 11:14
A good eclectic mix of people - just having the right people there. I don't think you can forecast the results of the chemistry, it would just work or not, as the case may be.

I would want to be able to sit back after everyone had left and know that I and everyone else had enjoyed the food and company.

Wee Weasley Welshman
11th May 2004, 11:14
Jeremy Clarkson and Piers Morgan for a start.

WWW

tony draper
11th May 2004, 11:33
How about Piers Morgan and Hanibal Lector,
"Here Piers just hold this apple in yer gob"

:rolleyes:

rupetime
11th May 2004, 11:37
Osama bin Laden.



Is it $25m reward ?

5150
11th May 2004, 13:24
Homer Simpson


...

Flip Flop Flyer
11th May 2004, 13:31
Load and loads of scantily clad ladies, with a knack for BJs and of extremely pleasing apperance. I'd rather not they were "celebrities", really. We'll call the six-pack of Stella and the handful of Viagra on the table dinner.

How shallow ...

PS
Definition of a celebrity: Someone who's famous for being famous.

Taildragger55
11th May 2004, 13:38
The entire personnel licensing section of the Irish Aviation Authority, who are doing their utmost to destoy recreational aviation over here.

The menu would consist of many old Borgia favourites, heavily spiced to conceal the odour of bitter almonds.

panda-k-bear
11th May 2004, 14:05
Soon to be Mrs p-k-b (One has to say that)
The Wright brothers (you got it so right - you Wrights are alright by me!)
Angelina Jolie (eye candy for p-k-b) :D
George Clooney (eye candy for soon to be Mrs p-k-b) :p
My boss (laugh a minute)
Clarkson (ditto)
Drapes! (ditto)
My dad's dad (he died when I was so young I never got to know him and he was a diamond, by all accounts)
...and his dad, too (same reason)

And just for some mischief, top kneddies of Boeing and Airbus (and sit them opposite each other!) :p