Karen/NoCA wrote:Beautiful finished tenderloins. How did they go over? I love the table you have for your green egg. Looks much safer than the ones I have seen that are free standing.
I'm with you, I detest themed parties, that you have to dress in the theme. I never go.
Bill Spohn wrote:Mark, if I knew a 78 Montelena was going to turn up, I might consider attending as well (even though I loathe that sort of 'let's-make-some-excuse-to-drink' or maybe 'we-need-some-excuse-to-get-together' party. At least long enough to pour a decent draught of that wine and then I might find myself overcome and unable to continue!
I once had a woman try to get me attend a 'dress as your favourite historical figure' party. She was very persistent. I tend not to lie when I decline an invitation but I also try not to offend unnecessarily, but that woman made it very difficult. In the face of here incessant nagging ('Why can't you come? Why? Why?.....") I think I finally said something impolite along the lines of telling her how totally inane I thought the whole idea was and that I'd rather stay at home and pick lint off my sweaters than attend. I think she may have even tried after that ("Are you sure....")
Why is there a positive correlation between the degree of inanity of the theme and the determination of the host to have you attend?
Drew Hall wrote:A pirate skull snow globe.................now where to display it?????
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