Sep 28, 2007

in praise of dull parties

Tomorrow is my friend Lisa's birthday.
On my machine she gives me the line up.
It'll be very simple, a meal at a Greek restaurant and maybe some party games.

Her guest list includes the following:
1. her live-in boyfriend,
2. her flamboyantly gay ex husband,
3. her non-live in boyfriend (impotent and of possible Nazi ancestry),
4. her ex-boyfriend who is straight.
5. her ex-boyfriend's girlfriend,
6. her ex-boyfriend from high school who is a priest (and possible pedophile, but amazingly a completely different one from the one mentioned below.
I know, huh?)
7. a former coworker who may...even more amazingly... be the most bizarre of them all (but that's a story for another time, like after a few drinks)
8. me

The last time she entertained was...ummm...interesting.
I'm hoping for a dull party.


Stuart said...

why, it's just a gathering of intimate friends! Show up sloshed an it will be whatever you make of it.

mrpeenee said...

Considering the guest lineup, I would ask if "party games" is some euphemism for "orgy", but I read the post about the suicidal, half naked priest and decided I don't want to know.

Have a lovely time.

Junk Thief said...

Well, this sounds like most of my parties. As I've paraphrased to be appropriate to my life, "I have always depended on the kindness of ex-boyfriends." They tend to show kindness only after we break up.

JOE * to * HELL said...

it sounds like a lesbian pot luck dinner.....where everyone slept with everyone but they are all BFF

if itsgreek, load up on the'll have a goooood time then.

ayem8y said...

Well no follow up I trust there were no suicides or late night movie features or games or missing underwear or nervously petting strange cats involved?

Angel with a crooked halo said...

woah! sounds like someone needs to make some jaeger popsicles - you know the kind with the dreamy vicodin center? hehe

thombeau said...

This is the sort of thing that I would avoid at all costs. But then, I live on another planet.

Michael Guy said...

lookit; you have enough material now for an off-Broadway show.