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A battle of 3 parties? Madness! [Nov. 11th, 2001|10:05 am]
Roy Janik
Yesterday kicked Partyvember up a notch with 3 parties. Youch. It started with a party in the proper sense of the word, at Scott and Angela's. Twas Avery's 1st birthday, and there were lots of tasty appetizers, including chicken (on a stick), little round things, and cheese.... mountains and mountains of luscious cheese. People from both S & A's work were there, as well as Angela's family, Scott's mom, and James, Colleen and I. I think we ran everyone off when we started the most idiotic game in the world. Substituting the word "pizza" into movie titles and laughing hysterically. Not funny at all, but fun nevertheless. Indiana Jones and the temple of Pizza? I don't think so.

Party number 2 was Haley's birthday party. It was originally to be a costume party, but Haley changed her mind about that, since folks from out of town wouldn't have costumes. Naturally, everyone in BUH decided to dress up anyway, including Mindy, who had 4 costume changes throughout the night. James, Colleen and I ran down to Cha-chee's place to assemble costumes. A few minutes later, James had metamorphasized into "James at a punk show", I had become "Guy in a sash", and Colleen... hell, I don't remember, but it was probably lame. :) At this party I tried to con Chee-chee into doing my radio show the following morning, but while he originally said sure, I eventually took the mantle of responsibility back on myself. At some point, Cha-chee and I snuck off to...

Party number 3, Forrest's birthday party. This was the buh party, and it was in full swing by the time I got there. And by full swing I mean that people were falling over, sharing secrets, lying on laps. James, Eric, I'm convinced that those kids are going to die, and it's partially our fault. Cheers!
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[User Picture]From: vyvyanbasterd
2001-11-11 10:57 am (UTC)

Christmas Trees...

Yeah, I'm honestly feeling pretty bad for those kids. I hope we don't ruin their lives. WORST IDEA EVER.
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[User Picture]From: cailin23
2001-11-11 11:25 am (UTC)
Sixteen Pizzas? Breakin' 2: Electric Pizza? The Neverending Pizza? 12 Pizzas? What's Love Got to do with Pizza? The Princess Pizza? 8 Pizzas in a Duffle Bag? Lock, Stock, and 2 Smoking Pizzas?
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[User Picture]From: vyvyanbasterd
2001-11-11 12:45 pm (UTC)

Ooo, the Lock Stock was good...

But it's no "Three Men and a Little Pizza"...
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[User Picture]From: ericfish
2001-11-11 03:51 pm (UTC)

Re: Ooo, the Lock Stock was good...

Or "Four Weddings and a Pizza".
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[User Picture]From: flajuie
2001-11-12 09:13 am (UTC)

Re: Ooo, the Lock Stock was good...

Don't forget those Hitchcock greats: "Pizza," "Pizza," "Pizza," "Pizza," "Pizza," "Pizza," or the thrilling "Pizza!" He also did some other pretty good flix: "The Skin Pizza," "The Pizza Vanishes," "The Foreign Pizza," "Shadow of a Pizza," "Rear Pizza," "To Catch a Pizza," "The Trouble with Pizza," "The Wrong Pizza," and my favorite, "Dial M for Pizza."
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[User Picture]From: vyvyanbasterd
2001-11-12 09:56 am (UTC)

Ha!

"Rear Pizza" makes me laugh.
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[User Picture]From: cailin23
2001-11-12 12:15 pm (UTC)

Re: Ooo, the Lock Stock was good...

Personally, I feel "What's Love got to do with Pizza" is my most genius creation.

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