How To Throw The Ultimate Dinner Party. Invite Awesome Guests: Small Talk Six

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It’s time, once again, for Small talk Six! On Saturdays presented by MomDot.com. Today’s topic is 6 famous people you would love to have dinner with. You can answer this with a list of 6 words, 6 phrases, 6 sentences. 6 paragraphs, 6 photos, 6 videos, etc…

Well now isn’t this going to be a fun one?

1) Rick Springfield. I care not that this man is 60 years old. He is still mighty damn fine. And quite funny.

2) John Cusack. I just think he’s brilliant.

3) John Lennon. Uh, isn’t it obvious why?

4) Nostradamus so that I can find out once and for all what the hell all those quattrains truly meant and what  is really going to happen on December 21, 2012.

5) Steven Hawking, just so I can pick his scientific brain and hear some brilliant theories.

6) Anne Rice, my favorite author, so I can ask her why she had a thing for writing about S & M.

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  1. Oooo, Rick Springfield! What time is dinner?

    Here is mine http://lovemy2dogs.blogspot.com/2010/02/small-talk-six-dinners-ready.html
    .-= Tammy @LoveMy2Dogs´s last blog ..Small Talk Six: Dinner’s Ready =-.

  2. Great list! Anne Rice is my fav author too, but I would ask her why did she have to “find religion” and stop writing my beloved vampire novels.
    .-= Bethany Larrabee´s last blog ..The Boys Store =-.

    • Shan says:

      I know!! I don’t get it. BUT all of her novels did have some religious overtones, albeit they were saying what a crock religion was. She railed against Catholicism for so many years in her writing. Hell, she reveled in the controversy that was created over it. LOL

  3. Kayla says:

    Now that too is a seriously impressive list-I never thought to invite #4!! That right there is pure genius :) I’d definitely be curious too…
    .-= Kayla ´s last blog ..Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief *Movie Review* =-.

  4. Faythe says:

    Great List. I agree w/Nostradamus, I wonder if he even knew what they meant???

    I love Anne Rice too. I miss Lestat :( I did not care for the way she ended the Witching chronicles tho.

    I am have cyber-withdrawals… just a few minutes to self that I can get upstairs & see what is going on in the world.
    I miss everyone :(

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