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pattricia
10-08-2005, 20:36
If you could invite three famous people(dead or alive)to dinner,who would they be,and why would you invite them ?Mine would be :

1.Frank Sinatra = A genius at interpretation and phrasing, He would sing after dinner.

2.Robin(not Robbie) Williams + He would tell jokes during dinner

3.Sir Winston Churchill = He would give an after dinner speech.

spyro2000
10-08-2005, 20:49
1) Eddie Murphy - Pure jokes
2) Richard Pryor - Pure Jokes
3) Bernie Mac - Pure Jokes

royjames
10-08-2005, 20:54
JFK-- great pesident
Adolf Hitler-- charasmatic leader
Jesus Christ-enough said.

spyro2000
10-08-2005, 20:57
Originally posted by royjames

Jesus Christ-enough said.

Why enough said? Please enlighten me on this choice

Shiesh
10-08-2005, 21:00
Princess Diana
Marilyn Monroe
James Dean

Legends that died young and in suspicious circumstances....I'd like to enjoy their company but also ask a few questions!!!!

:)

back2basics
10-08-2005, 21:01
I bet jesus and Hitler would get on well. Remind me not to come to one of your dinner parties! That would be a little weird. Imagine the silence...

Hitler : "So jesus what did you get up to this week?"

Jesus : "Oh i considered the lillies, in the fields. It reminded me of the poor and helpless and i knew then i must do something for them. What about you?"

Hitler : "Oh started work on my own genetically engeneered super race, all with blond hair and blue eyes..unlike me. Gased a few thousand Jews and gays and then had lunch."

Jesus : "Oh."

<crickets>

Maddy
10-08-2005, 21:08
Freddie Mercury - someone to bitch with
Salvador Dali - No need for mind altering substances
Audrey Hepburn - to look at

miniminch
10-08-2005, 21:16
Originally posted by pattricia
If you could invite three famous people(dead or alive)to dinner,who would they be,and why would you invite them ?Mine would be :

1.Frank Sinatra = A genius at interpretation and phrasing, He would sing after dinner.

2.Robin(not Robbie) Williams + He would tell jokes during dinner

3.Sir Winston Churchill = He would give an after dinner speech.

From a group dynamics perspective, I don’t think you’ve thought it through. Churchill would hate Robin Williams and his smug American delivery. And ole Blue eyes might be a bit Arian for Winston.
Also Winston may not want to give a speech in the back room of your semi on the manor!
In fact your idea is rubbish! It would never work. Please try harder next time!

My three would be Oliver reed, George Best and Shane McGowan. Can you see how I’ve thought it through? They’d get on like a house on fire. In fact the house would probably end up on fire…. But what a party!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It would be worth losing a kidney for! Pass the absinth.

roughy101
10-08-2005, 21:46
depoix,tulip,:banana:

saxon51
10-08-2005, 21:52
Fred Dibnah
Erwin Rommel
Alfred the Great

;)

pattricia
10-08-2005, 22:05
Excuse me ! No semi on the Manor for me. More like a detached atStannington , if you please. Grand views of the Rivelin Valley for Ol Blue Eyes, Winston can rummage around in my hubbies fishing hut , and Robin can tell me jokes,as he makes me cry with laughter

JoeP
10-08-2005, 22:06
Richard Feynman
Winston Churchill
Alan Turing

I was thinking of George S Patton, but he'd probably pull a gun, shoot the chef and slap the waiters with his gloves for delivering the soup late. :)

miniminch
10-08-2005, 22:09
Originally posted by royjames
JFK-- great pesident
Adolf Hitler-- charasmatic leader
Jesus Christ-enough said.

The problem here Roy is, with all Hitlers shouting and banging on the table he might upset the china.

And I wouldn't sit him next to Jesus what with him being Jewish.

JFK: What are you having JC - hey we're both known by our initials.
JC; Cool!
JFK: what about you AH?
JC: (muttering) Ass Hole!
AH: What??!!
JC: I said the vole, is very good here!
AH; Zey serwve vole at zees restaurant?
JFK: Jesus, is just joking Adolf, just a little jewish humour. The veal is good!
JC: Is it Kosher?
AH: Nine, Nine, Nine!!!
JC: Greedy *******!! You won't have room for a pudding if you eat all that!
JFK: Don't get cross JC. (looking at the menu) Whats the Dallas suprise?
AH: (smiling) It vill blow you away.
JFK. (shouting) waiter!!!
:gag:

saxon51
10-08-2005, 22:18
JC: I was looked upon as a criminal.
AH: I was a criminal.
JFK: That's nothing, I come from a family of criminals.

royjames
10-08-2005, 22:27
lol I have to confess that mini and saxon have made me laugh tonight with their comments ,you 2 ought to be on the TV.
You have to admit it would be quite a dinner party.:D

MTheo
10-08-2005, 22:41
1) osama bin ladin
2) roy james
3) that bald ref who says `lets get it on'

saxon51
10-08-2005, 22:48
Roy James: Hey ref, Bin Thingy's just stuck a bicycle pump up my chufta!!

Balding Ref: What the hell you up to Bin Liner?

OBL: The group tell me to blow up as many English assholes as possible.

royjames
10-08-2005, 22:56
ooooh thats not very nice:loopy:

saxon51
10-08-2005, 23:00
Originally posted by royjames
ooooh thats not very nice:loopy:

Sorry Roy, I wasn't refering to you as an asshole, but according to OBL you would be one of 56000000 other English assholes along with me.;)

MTheo
10-08-2005, 23:01
ohh ive changed my mind

1) saxon51
2) roy james
3) that bald ref who says `lets get it on'

:heyhey:

royjames
10-08-2005, 23:04
lol no probs saxon,tell you what I DO know how to make dinner interesting.:heyhey:

MTheo
10-08-2005, 23:05
Originally posted by royjames
lol no probs saxon,tell you what I DO know how to make dinner interesting.:heyhey:

is it something to do with party hats and twister after chocolate ice cream? :)

miniminch
10-08-2005, 23:16
Originally posted by royjames
lol no probs saxon,tell you what I DO know how to make dinner interesting.:heyhey:
Use BNP leaflets as serviettes?

MTheo
10-08-2005, 23:18
paper folding bnp leaflets into mosques would get my attention.

:rolleyes:

noseyrosie
10-08-2005, 23:42
Originally posted by royjames
JFK-- great pesident
Adolf Hitler-- charasmatic leader
Jesus Christ-enough said.

Yknow, for someone who's trying to put across the image of themselves and their party as 'not-racist', putting Hitler as your ideal dinner guest isn't a good start.

Tradescanthia
10-08-2005, 23:55
Saxon and Miniminch wot a script- not laughed as much since Monty Python, how about a forum panto for Xmas?

poppins
11-08-2005, 00:37
Originally posted by royjames
JFK-- great pesident
Adolf Hitler-- charasmatic leader
Jesus Christ-enough said.


Did i read right Roy, JFK... great president ?

Splodge_CRB
11-08-2005, 00:57
Originally posted by poppins
Did i read right Roy, JFK... great president ?


Well...great fornicator!

That's impressive enough......;)

robbie
11-08-2005, 01:00
Marx, Einstein and Rasputin.

we will eat jelly and ice crean and then play Twister.

noseyrosie
11-08-2005, 01:26
Originally posted by robbie
Marx, Einstein and Rasputin.

we will eat jelly and ice crean and then play Twister.

Rasputin was a bit of a charmer, I'd watch it with Twister!

BrainThrust
11-08-2005, 01:28
for me

George Washingon - The american Constitution is a work of genius
Alfred Hitchcock - I wanna chat films
Jessica Alba - Naturally my date for the evening :D

Notable for being on the other tables:

Erik Bloodaxe - He was a true gent in England's bloodiest time of history, plus he had a big axe
Marshall McLuhan - He'd want to see the internet and weep with joy
William Gibson - I want to know how he got his ideas
Bo Diddley - Years ahead of his time
Berry Gordy - I'd ask him to provide the music
Michael Palin - Sheffield lad and very funny
HG Wells - see William Gibson
Johnny Knoxville - We'd drink glue + mouthwash cocktails
Blackbeard - I'm sure him and Erik would get along famously, I'm nabbing him for the treasure map.

Wilf

Sierra
11-08-2005, 02:41
Originally posted by MTheo
1) osama bin ladin
2) roy james
3) that bald ref who says `lets get it on'

Do you mean Judge Mills Lane?

http://www.allamericanspeakers.com/speakerbio/Judge_Mills_Lane.php

Besides "let's get it on!", whenever someone tries to pull the wool over his eyes, he says, "I was born at night. But not LAST night!"

Only three?

Mata Hari
Elvis Presley
Harriet Tubman

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harriet_Tubman

:) Sierra

punk
11-08-2005, 03:09
First Choice:

Anna Kournikova,
Kylie and
Keira Knightley

Second Choice:

Bill Hicks,
Mark Thomas and
Eddie Izzard

Although I suspect the most fun could be had with...

Naseem Hamed,
Lennox Lewis and
Roy James

Chicago
11-08-2005, 03:15
1. An oompa loompa
2. L Ron Hubbard
3. Cheech Marin

What a bizarre evening that would be...:P

Saifa
11-08-2005, 07:40
Originally posted by punk
First Choice:

Anna Kournikova,
Kylie and
Keira Knightley



That gets my vote an all punk!!! :D

Oh, and I heard Keira is single again - time to get that fake tan on and get me sen down some posh bars in London methinks....

Though if it was for serious after dinner discussion

Plato
Chuck D from Public Enemy
Tony Benn

Ollie
11-08-2005, 10:04
Peter Gabriel

Geoff Capes

'Ricky and Bianca' (ex-Eastenders)

Dont ask me why, cos i dont know!

sugarnspice
11-08-2005, 10:11
I would do this in stages.

Firstly I would have my Grandma round, she died when I was a baby so would like to get to know her as everyone thought she was lovely.

Then I'd send her home and invite the 2 FBI boys round from Without A Trace for "afters".

swoon...


edit: just realied they're suppsed to be famous which my Grandma is not.

So .... I'll add Jude Law so I can alternate between slapping & kissing him.

:thumbsup:

StarSparkle
12-08-2005, 18:20
My three guests would be:

1. C S Lewis - fascinating man full of stimulating ideas. I would imagine a scintillating evening discussing philosophy and spirituality.

2. Noam Chomsky - another fascinating man, who would widen the discussion into politics and language.

3. Bill Hicks - yet another fascinating man, who would bring humour and irreverence to the brew.

Wow - that would be some evening! :thumbsup:

StarSparkle

Edit: on second thoughts, I might swap Noam Chomsky for Nicky Wire - eyecandy AND controversial, strong views in one package ;)

youwhatref
12-08-2005, 18:40
I think Spyro had the right idea as that would be such a funny night but mine would be

1/. John Lennon - i'm a fan of and to listen to his views on the world today
2/. Peter Kay - For humour
3/. Suzanne Shaw - For eye candy! :D

summer1955
13-08-2005, 07:50
my paternal grandad to ask him who is father was as i only know he was called street no first name

my maternal great grandfather to why he threw him self off 5 arches bridge

my dad so i could say goodbye to him properly and to tell him how much i love him and miss him


now to the living it would be

chubby brown to have a good laugh

tony blair to tell him where hes going wrong

russell grant to discuss astrology

DragonofAna
13-08-2005, 08:07
My three -

Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa - Magus and Theologist
Solomon Magus - Magus and Theologist
Anna Riva - whoever she thinks she is. Or is she a company or what?

Would be interesting to see what Anna has to say, and then to listen to the laughter of the other two listening to the rubbish she comes out with.

Failing Anna Riva it would have to be Eliphas Levi or Dr Dee.

Dragon

lovabulrogue
02-12-2005, 17:06
5 Guests, alive or dead. Who would you want around your house, to eat with, drink with and generally put the world to rights with ? There are no right or wrong answers, whoever you desire.

A great topic of drunken conversation this one !!

Albatross
02-12-2005, 17:53
Jimi Hendrix
Janis Joplin
Leonard Cohen
John Lennon
Gerry Garcia

Craig7777
02-12-2005, 18:12
Lisa Riley
Jo Brand
Pat Butcher
Calista Flockheart

Angel05
02-12-2005, 18:12
Tough choice... But!

Ant & Dec (count as one lol)
Elvis
Sean from Corrie
Fran Cosgrove :wink:
Drew Barrymore...

Dont ask me my reasons :?

pattricia
02-12-2005, 22:32
Originally posted by lovabulrogue
5 Guests, alive or dead. Who would you want around your house, to eat with, drink with and generally put the world to rights with ? There are no right or wrong answers, whoever you desire.

A great topic of drunken conversation this one !! I already did a thread like this some time ago but my answers are still the same. Frank Sinatra,Winston Churchill and Robin Williams.:thumbsup:

Shiesh
02-12-2005, 22:37
Originally posted by pattricia
I already did a thread like this some time ago but my answers are still the same. Frank Sinatra,Winston Churchill and Robin Williams.:thumbsup:

Yes you did...it's here (http://www.sheffieldforum.co.uk/showthread.php?s=&threadid=53742&highlight=diana+marilyn+monroe)

:thumbsup:

spyro2000
02-12-2005, 22:38
Bernie Mac
Eddie Murphy
Richard Pryor
Mariah Carey
Lucy Liu

cloudybay
02-12-2005, 23:13
Lord Chaverly
Timo
Cyclone
Starsparkle
T020
Mojoworking
Internetowl
And a body bag................:D

Tradescanthia
03-12-2005, 00:27
Bernard Manning
Julian Clary
Ruby Wax
Dale Winton
Adolf Hitler
Sigmund Freud [to sort out the mess]

stars_gazing
03-12-2005, 01:11
Hmmm....

Shallow answer:

1) Antonio Banderas (http://home.rixtele.com/~urdskalla/Skivomslag/Antonio_Banderas.jpg)
2) Brad Pitt (http://www2.onunterhaltung.t-online.de/dyn/c/19/36/76/1936768,tid=d.jpg)
3)Eduardo Verastegui... How beautiful is he?? (http://cityguides.salsaweb.com/florida/sf/Celebrity%20pictures/Eduardo_V_CD2.jpg)
No, seriously - how beautiful is he??? (rated 12) (http://equis.ya.com/freshmen/galerias/famosos/eduardo_verastegui4.jpg) :love: :wow:
4) Freddie Ljungberg (rated 15) (http://paris.typepad.com/ohlalaparis/freddie-thumb.jpg)
5) Shawn Wayans (left) (http://us.imdb.com/gallery/granitz/3439/ShawnWayan_Mazur_5677153_400.jpg?path=pgallery&path_key=Wayans,%20Shawn&seq=2)

In order of distance from me at table :heyhey:

Thought out answer:

1) Jesus (seriously!)
2) Mahatma Ghandi
3) Rosa Parks
4) Marie Antoinette
5) Margot Frank

I've yet to decide which of the dinner parties I would host...

koenigsinger
03-12-2005, 10:51
Bill Hicks to make the laughs flow like the wine.

John Peel to look after the music.

Marg Helgenberger and Lorraine Kelly..... just ... because

:heyhey:


delia smith to get hammered and shout 'encouraging' words at me while I'm cooking.....

"come on , let's be havin that dessert!"


:clap:

katy1981
03-12-2005, 13:40
not gonno choose famous people just good freinds whos company i enjoy:D


1 kirsty 87

2 seanyboy

3 dragon

4 john t

5 rude_boy


:rolleyes: infact ill pick famous ones as a back up plan as the above can be fickel :thumbsup:


1 keanu reeves

2 catherine zeta jones

3 nicole kidman

4 tom cruise

5 hugh grant




:rolleyes: 7 out of the 10 i choose are male:o

hmmm i cant think why :suspect:

Kristian
03-12-2005, 13:49
Mod: Threads Merged

yosser_huges
03-12-2005, 18:05
I dont suppose you were asked this question at an interview were you?

Kirsty_87
03-12-2005, 18:09
My three famous dinner guests would be:

Billie Joe Armstron

Michael Pritchard (Dirnt)

Frank Edwin Wright III (Tre Cool)

Because they are Green Day!!

bornfree
03-12-2005, 18:42
i would have:

lauri ylonen - the rasmus
nicole richie
ashlee simpson

Rich
03-12-2005, 18:50
Hmm, dinner guests eh? Tough call but here goes...

Holly Valance (I :love: her and want her to be the mother of my children)
John Cleese (he is the absolute GOD of old school British comedy IMHO)
Janet Andrewartha (Plays Holly Valance's character's Mum in Neighbours, very attractive and well fit for a 50 odd year old bird)

Glory_Box
03-12-2005, 19:07
Johnny Depp - For something to look at while eating
Audrey Hepburn - To talk about clothes and stuff
Bill Hicks - Pure funniness

StarSparkle
03-12-2005, 20:46
Originally posted by cloudybay
Lord Chaverly
Timo
Cyclone
Starsparkle
T020
Mojoworking
Internetowl
And a body bag................:D

:o :D

But Cloudybay - Lord Chaverly and Timo are great pals of mine! I'm sure we'd have a fabulous evening.

Looking further down the list, though, a couple of body bags might come in useful..... :suspect: Only joking! :D

StarSparkle :)

robbie
03-12-2005, 20:51
Originally posted by pattricia
If you could invite three famous people(dead or alive)to dinner,who would they be,and why would you invite them ?Mine would be :

1.Frank Sinatra = A genius at interpretation and phrasing, He would sing after dinner.

2.Robin(not Robbie) Williams + He would tell jokes during dinner

3.Sir Winston Churchill = He would give an after dinner speech.

hmmph not me eh? why can;t I come. nasty woman :rant:

StarSparkle
03-12-2005, 20:51
Originally posted by sharpsinger
Bill Hicks to make the laughs flow like the wine.

John Peel to look after the music.

Marg Helgenberger and Lorraine Kelly..... just ... because

:heyhey:




Ooooh, Sharpsinger, can I come to your dinner party? It sounds like it would be BRILLIANT.

(Just as long as I don't have to listen to Lorraine Kelly talk too much..... :suspect: :gag: )

StarSparkle :thumbsup:

igm1
03-12-2005, 21:55
Billy Connolly- Just for the sheer comic genius

Jimmy Page- I'd provide some vegetarian food for him in exchange for him teaching me some guitar

Che Guevara- Just so I could actually find out why everyone compares this guy to God....