If you could spend a few hours with anyone famous, alive or dead, who would be your celebrity tea party guest? Personally, I have an enormous guest list, starting with Thomas Crapper - the Victorian who patented the flushing toilet. I would have loads to ask him over the cucumber sandwiches.
the dalai lama. of all the leaders in the world i think he's about the only one that you would get honest answers from. being an athiest, i would have a hard time talking with most religious leaders and celebrities tend to bore the crap out of me.
Leonard Cohen - still obsessing over his songs
but Crapper? real? maybe if you would just invite me to your teaparties, Kathryn! I need to meet some new people!
there was a CD Tower of Song by Leonard Cohen (tribute) - I remember it because on of my favorite artists sings on the CD...by the way nice to meet you
HaHa, yes Thomas Crapper was for real and its where the naughty name for going for the Loo came from. You can come to tea any time Mega1.
Brilliant, can I come along to watch? Shouldn't that be nut?
Did he only have one?
Sure the more the merrier.
Oh yes and what would you be chatting about? It wouldn't happen to be the topic of home made films would it?
Not really. I genuinely admire the girl for her ability to live as she wants without caring what dirty mouths have to say about it. That would be the topic.
Hitler has only got one ball,
Göring has two but very small,
Himmler is somewhat sim'lar,
But poor Goebbels has no balls at all.
Well..OK, so she's not that famous. But my e-mail exchanges with her are most interesting. I suspect we'd get along famously.
I hope she likes Green tea and home-made bran muffins...
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by HL Keeley 7 years ago
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by SteveoMc 8 years ago
If you wife has a boyfriend, should you invite him in for tea?
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Would you invite an ex to your wedding?
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by KiwiJulz 8 years ago
how do I invite others here from my email contacts
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