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  1. #1
    Edwin Pawlowski Guest

    Default Great time at a party.

    We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to a
    party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    plans but cancelled them.

    There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the other guests brought a
    bag of chips and a container of dip so there was plenty of good food.

    The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her
    husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took
    credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I
    took the six installment plan.

    We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.



  2. #2
    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    Edwin Pawlowski wrote:
    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to a
    > party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the other guests brought a
    > bag of chips and a container of dip so there was plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her
    > husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took
    > credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I
    > took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.
    >
    >

    LOL1

    --
    Jean B.

  3. #3
    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    Edwin Pawlowski wrote:
    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to a
    > party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the other guests brought a
    > bag of chips and a container of dip so there was plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her
    > husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took
    > credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I
    > took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.
    >
    >

    LOL1

    --
    Jean B.

  4. #4
    MayQueen Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    Edwin Pawlowski wrote:
    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to a
    > party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the other guests brought a
    > bag of chips and a container of dip so there was plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her
    > husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took
    > credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I
    > took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.
    >
    >

    I'll be sure to send you an invite to my next dinner party. Could you
    come early and help me set up the tables, bar and stuff?

    --
    Queenie

    *** Be the change you wish to see in the world ***

  5. #5
    MayQueen Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    Edwin Pawlowski wrote:
    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to a
    > party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the other guests brought a
    > bag of chips and a container of dip so there was plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her
    > husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took
    > credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I
    > took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.
    >
    >

    I'll be sure to send you an invite to my next dinner party. Could you
    come early and help me set up the tables, bar and stuff?

    --
    Queenie

    *** Be the change you wish to see in the world ***

  6. #6
    Janet Wilder Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    Edwin Pawlowski wrote:
    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to a
    > party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the other guests brought a
    > bag of chips and a container of dip so there was plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her
    > husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took
    > credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I
    > took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.
    >
    >

    ROFLMAO!

    --
    Janet Wilder
    Bad spelling. Bad punctuation
    Good Friends. Good Life

  7. #7
    Janet Wilder Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    Edwin Pawlowski wrote:
    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to a
    > party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the other guests brought a
    > bag of chips and a container of dip so there was plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her
    > husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took
    > credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I
    > took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.
    >
    >

    ROFLMAO!

    --
    Janet Wilder
    Bad spelling. Bad punctuation
    Good Friends. Good Life

  8. #8
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    On Sat 31 May 2008 07:07:33p, Edwin Pawlowski told us...

    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me
    > to a party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef
    > tenderloins, two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch
    > bourbon, a case of mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the
    > other guests brought a bag of chips and a container of dip so there was
    > plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for
    > her husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but
    > she took credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards
    > the gift. I took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.
    >
    >


    You were so lucky to be "chosen"! ;-)

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
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    Saturday, 05(V)/31(XXXI)/08(MMVIII)
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    Time wounds all heels...
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  9. #9
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    On Sat 31 May 2008 07:07:33p, Edwin Pawlowski told us...

    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me
    > to a party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef
    > tenderloins, two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch
    > bourbon, a case of mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the
    > other guests brought a bag of chips and a container of dip so there was
    > plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for
    > her husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but
    > she took credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards
    > the gift. I took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.
    >
    >


    You were so lucky to be "chosen"! ;-)

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
    -------------------------------------------
    Saturday, 05(V)/31(XXXI)/08(MMVIII)
    -------------------------------------------
    -------------------------------------------
    Time wounds all heels...
    -------------------------------------------





  10. #10
    Giusi Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    "Edwin Pawlowski" <[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:kvn0k.2669$uE5.297@flpi144.ffd[email protected]..
    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to
    > a party she was having for her husband, a chef . > The hostess also
    > passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her husband. I
    > was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took credit
    > cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I took
    > the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.


    Oh yes, I meant to mention that it is my birthday in about a monbth, and I'd
    really love for you to come to my party. Shall I email you with the
    requirements?



  11. #11
    Giusi Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    "Edwin Pawlowski" <[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:kvn0k.2669$[email protected]..
    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to
    > a party she was having for her husband, a chef . > The hostess also
    > passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her husband. I
    > was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took credit
    > cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I took
    > the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.


    Oh yes, I meant to mention that it is my birthday in about a monbth, and I'd
    really love for you to come to my party. Shall I email you with the
    requirements?



  12. #12
    ChattyCathy Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    On Sat, 31 May 2008 22:07:33 -0400, Edwin Pawlowski wrote:

    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to a
    > party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the other guests brought a
    > bag of chips and a container of dip so there was plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her
    > husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took
    > credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I
    > took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.


    <snicker>
    --
    Cheers
    Chatty Cathy

    Egg tastes better when it's not on your face...


  13. #13
    ChattyCathy Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    On Sat, 31 May 2008 22:07:33 -0400, Edwin Pawlowski wrote:

    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to a
    > party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the other guests brought a
    > bag of chips and a container of dip so there was plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her
    > husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took
    > credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I
    > took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.


    <snicker>
    --
    Cheers
    Chatty Cathy

    Egg tastes better when it's not on your face...


  14. #14
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    Edwin Pawlowski <[email protected]> wrote:

    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested.


    No wonder they invited you!

    -sw

  15. #15
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    Edwin Pawlowski <[email protected]> wrote:

    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested.


    No wonder they invited you!

    -sw

  16. #16
    Gloria P Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    Edwin Pawlowski wrote:
    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to a
    > party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the other guests brought a
    > bag of chips and a container of dip so there was plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her
    > husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took
    > credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I
    > took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.
    >
    >


    Teehee. I'm giving my husband a birthday party in August. Wanna come?
    gloria p

  17. #17
    Gloria P Guest

    Default Re: Great time at a party.

    Edwin Pawlowski wrote:
    > We just got back from a great party. I got a call the other day from a
    > friend of a friend that I met briefly about a year ago. She invited me to a
    > party she was having for her husband, a chef . We were, of course,
    > delighted to be asked, even if it was only 6 hours notice. We had other
    > plans but cancelled them.
    >
    > There were about 20 people there and we took a couple of beef tenderloins,
    > two bottles of wine, a single malt scotch, single batch bourbon, a case of
    > mixers and a keg of beer, as requested. One of the other guests brought a
    > bag of chips and a container of dip so there was plenty of good food.
    >
    > The hostess also passed the hat so we could contribute toward a gift for her
    > husband. I was a little short of cash after buying the food, but she took
    > credit cards so I'd not be embarrassed at not giving towards the gift. I
    > took the six installment plan.
    >
    > We had a great time and I hope I get invited again next year.
    >
    >


    Teehee. I'm giving my husband a birthday party in August. Wanna come?
    gloria p

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