Saturday, September 7, 2013

#SBBC Day 7 - Fantasy Dinner Party

Hi!

Welcome to Day 7 of the #SBBC - click the graphic on the sidebar over there to see the other posts so far.

Today we got to choose between A Makeup Look or a Fantasy Dinner Party.

Obviously as I have absolutely zero skill in applying makeup to any sort of standard deemed acceptable by blog standards, I went for the fantasy dinner party.

I may have put too much thought into this.


Initially, I just thought about it being me, Jared Leto, Mel Gibson, Gerard Butler and Josh Duhamel, with Slash & Myles Kennedy for entertainment, but then I remembered that I am a married woman and really wouldn't get away with a party full of men I find incredibly attractive, so that wouldn't wash at all.

Instead, I put my husband down as my first guest - because he's so terrifically nosy that there's no way in hell I could have a dinner party and NOT invite him. Plus, it'd save me having to tell him everything that happened afterwards. Going on the premise that my table can seat 8, that leaves me with 6 choices after hubs & I.

First, I'd have David Walliams, because we both like him a lot and he'd be a right laugh. Next I'd have Stephen Fry, because he'd make sure the conversation would be really interesting. Then I'd have Louis Walsh, get him pissed, and make him spill all the celebrity gossip. Thirdly, I'd have Nigella Lawson, because she'd definitely bring a dessert or a pudding, and she's really nice about not being mean when judging other people's cooking. I've seen her guest on Masterchef. Honest. I'd have Graham Norton, because he's my favourite comedian ever, and finally, I'd have Adele. Because she'd be a right laugh, and she'd probably love the night out after having a baby. Plus, she could start an epic sing-song after dinner.

For food I'd just serve my famous tomato soup (even husband likes it, and he hates tomatoes), followed by my most favourite dinner ever - salmon en croute, broccoli, and gratin potatoes. I'd have whatever Nigella brought for dessert (I'm not big on dessert). There'd be a massive cheese plate, and I'd have a truckload of alcohol.

Then everyone could stay in the sitting room on blow-up beds and I'd get Louis Walsh and Graham Norton to tell loads of stories about which celebrities were pains in the arses. Louis would probably think my dinner party was shite, but I'd get Adele to stand up for me. Then I'd do my version of Super Bass for Louis and see if I would've gotten through on the X factor. We'd wrap the whole lot up by asking Stephen Fry a list of pre-prepared pressing questions about science and animals and weird things, and Nigella could make us all hot chocolate with bucketfuls of fresh cream and chocolate on top.

Most epic dinner party ever.



9 comments:

  1. This would really be a night to remember. Nice choice of guests as well.

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  2. louis walsh would actually be perf though.x

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    1. Wouldn't he? He's so funny in interviews, he can not keep a secret to save himself!

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  3. This dinner party sounds like BRILLIANT craic!! Could I come?! ;) xx

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    1. No need to ask that, of course you could, it would be EPIC! xx

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  4. You had me at Gerard Butler :)))
    Great post!

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    1. My ultimate celebrity crush, my husband hates him!! :)x

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  5. Could I stick around in the corner and have the scraps? It sounds like a fabulous dinner party:D

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