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Your're having a dinner party. Which 10 famous guests would you invite and why? You can choose from those that have passed away too.

 

My Guests

 

1.Ayrton Senna- He's my hero, i'd love the opportunity to speak with him.

 

2. Alan Shearer-Also my hero, but i'd want the 'real' Alan at my party, not the media faced one ;)

 

3. Josh homme. Quite simply, because i fancy the pants off him!! :blink:

 

4. Alan Armstrong- ( the footballer not the actor)-As above :rolleyes:

 

5. Micheal Hutchence- I'd love to hear his version of events about that day in his hotel.

 

6. Alain Prost. Well, we need some good heated debate at our party, i'd sit Alain opposite Ayrton, im sure sparks would fly!

 

7. Gianfranco Zola- A perfect gentleman and a true talent.

 

8. Bono- to sing to me

 

9. Richard Branson-Interesting man.

 

10. Hells Bells, i think she's great fun, the guys would love her and of course shes Torquay united mad :(

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1. Roger Waters - Quite simply the greatest lyricist ever to walk the planet.

 

2. Mr. T - It wouldn't be a good dinner party without T.

 

3. Jeff Buckley - I'd ask him why he didn't learn to swim

 

4. Alan Shearer - Okay, he isn't the life of the party but he's a NUFC legend so he's got to come along.

 

5. Maynard James Keenan - He and Roger discussing how much of an arsehole Bush is would be great.

 

6. Jimi Hendrix - He could give us a few plummeting guitar solo's after the dinner to entertain.

 

7. Vernon Kay - So I could poison the cunts food

 

8. Pamela Anderson - Fit as fook and she seems quite smart.

 

9. Ricky Gervais - Simply for entertainment purposes.

 

10 Bill Hicks - The man is a legend. Enough said.

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If you're inviting Alain Prost then you'd better invite me more that Ayrton Senna if you want to see sparks flying ;)

 

Jumped up shitty tit - could drive a formula one car so long as it was dry, then he was shitter than Bridget! :blink:

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I would invite Hells Bells too, and then probably some psychotic murderer.... then I'd leave them in a room together.

 

Speaking of Torquay - is the table upside down? :blink:

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It sure is :( I keep telling people that, im so glad at least someone gets it!! ;)

 

Things are about to go back up the right way starting tomorrow with a win against Bristol rovers :rolleyes:

 

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If you're inviting Alain Prost then you'd better invite me more that Ayrton Senna if you want to see sparks flying ;)

 

Jumped up shitty tit - could drive a formula one car so long as it was dry, then he was shitter than Bridget! :blink:

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Have to agree with you there, but he was a very smooth driver, also extremely clever on and off the track. Couldnt stand him myself. But then i was all for Senna, still the greatest driver ever imo.

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Jumped up shitty tit - could drive a formula one car so long as it was dry, then he was shitter than Bridget! ;)

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So true. Remember him spinning off in the wet on the warm up lap? :blink:

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Which one...?

 

Monaco 1984, Estoril 1985, lImola 1990, Brazil 1993, Donnington 1993....

 

All races where he showed his complete fucking stupidity behind the wheel just cos it was raining!

 

(I think the warm up lap incident was Imola 1990 from memory!)

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Jumped up shitty tit - could drive a formula one car so long as it was dry, then he was shitter than Bridget! ;)

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So true. Remember him spinning off in the wet on the warm up lap? :blink:

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Which one...?

 

Monaco 1984, Estoril 1985, lImola 1990, Brazil 1993, Donnington 1993....

 

All races where he showed his complete fucking stupidity behind the wheel just cos it was raining!

 

(I think the warm up lap incident was Imola 1990 from memory!)

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It was Imola, the exact year escapes me though.

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If you're inviting Alain Prost then you'd better invite me more that Ayrton Senna if you want to see sparks flying ;)

 

Jumped up shitty tit - could drive a formula one car so long as it was dry, then he was shitter than Bridget! :blink:

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Have to agree with you there, but he was a very smooth driver, also extremely clever on and off the track. Couldnt stand him myself. But then i was all for Senna, still the greatest driver ever imo.

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He was a knob who won 3 of his WDCs by virtue of the fact that his car was either streets ahead of his rivals or that they suffered bad luck...

 

The only one that was deserved was 1989 when he defeated Senna.

 

Jesus Christ if it hadn't been for politics, the rare blowing up of a Renault engine and a tyre blow out, Damon would have beaten him to the 1993 WDC in his debut year - says a HELL of a lot!

 

The man was, and still is a cock!

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1) Richard Branson- Think he would be interesting to listen to

 

2) Pele- Enough said

 

3) Brian May- Guitar Solo's ect for after dinner entertainment

 

4) Yoko Ono- For pure extreme mad behaviour and comedy element, also would love to hear stories about John Lennon

 

5) Michael Jackson- See above bar the lennon but

 

6) Peter Kay- for comedy element also, could rip piss from above two

 

7) Sir Booby Robson- Just would have to have an invite for obvious reasons

 

8) Kiera Knightly- English,Single, Rich & absolutely stunning, this could be my chance to impress

 

9) Kelly Brook- see above except the single bit, could ply her with wine and take advantage

 

10) Ant & Dec- well, they come as one don't they

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1) Richard Branson- Think he would be interesting to listen to

 

2) Pele- Enough said

 

3) Brian May- Guitar Solo's ect for after dinner entertainment

 

4) Yoko Ono- For pure extreme mad behaviour and comedy element, also would love to hear stories about John Lennon

 

5) Michael Jackson- See above bar the lennon but

 

6) Peter Kay- for comedy element also, could rip piss from above two

 

7) Sir Booby Robson- Just would have to have an invite for obvious reasons

 

8) Kiera Knightly- English,Single, Rich & absolutely stunning, this could be my chance to impress

 

9) Kelly Brook- see above except the single bit, could ply her with wine and take advantage

 

10) Ant & Dec- well, they come as one don't they

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:blink: Lets hope not, but with them two, you never know ;)

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1) Beardsley - He is my hero and a Legend!

 

2) Wor Al, Gotta have him, to talk footy and have a laugh

 

3) Kylie - For Her God Damn Fine Ass

 

4) Bill Gates - He would see the shite spread I put on (Dinner tabel nothing else) and wang me £10m

 

5) Mohammed, Jesus, etc etc - Slap their heads together and ask em what the hell is going on? Lets all try and get along

 

6) Lee Eavans - After Dinner Laugh

 

7) George W Bush - So I would look intelligant

 

8) Kelly Brook - :blink:

 

9) Michale Jackson - Ledge but abit mashed up somehwre would like to have a good chat about his life

 

10) Peter Kay - Make the fat twat waiter on us and then we could all kick the shit out of him.

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7) George W Bush - So I would look intelligant

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I wouldn't count on that. :blink:

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Well, as long as they don't do fancy party games with letter-look-a-like-noodles probably nobody will notice... ;)

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let's see ...

 

Alan Shearer - how could he not be included.

Michael Jordan - my other sporting hero, legend

Penelope Cruz - i love her

Tom Cruise - sit him at opposite end of penelope to avoid awfwardness. But he seems like a really cool guy.

Michael J Fox - BTTF being my favourite movie, i'd love to have him around

Kirsten Kreuk - apart from being amazingly pretty, i'm sure sh'e real nice.

Jacques Chirac - he just cracks me up, i'd love to chat with him.

Sir Bobby Robson - nothing to say, great man.

Ricky Gervais - funny man, strives on "gringeness"

Andy Gray - top footy sky guy

 

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Is it a cop out reply to say that I think society's fascination with celebrity is ridiculous and I don't think I'd find an evening with ten strangers very interesting?

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Not at all!

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1. Sir Bobby Robson - I'm sure he'd be entertaining, he was pure class at an after dinner talk-in thing he did at the Fed brewery a few years back. He could have gone on all night, although he may leave my party early in a huff when I suggest he should have moved aside a bit quicker in the Newcastle job.

 

2. Nigella Lawson - Beauty, brains and could help with the cooking.

 

3. Murray Walker - The worlds most passionate motorsports fan.

 

4. Kirsty Gallagher - She'd fit right in.

 

5. Vic Reeves - He'd just ramble on talking bollocks (much like my good self).

 

6. Charlotte Hudson - There's something about her I've always liked.

 

7. Jeremy Clarkson - Not short of an opinion is he?

 

8. Kelly Brook - For a couple of reasons.

 

9. Stephen Fry - He knows everything about everything so conversation would never dry up.

 

10. Peter Beardsley - Pedro the Great. Enough said.

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1. Sir Bobby Robson - I'm sure he'd be entertaining, he was pure class at an after dinner talk-in thing he did at the Fed brewery a few years back. He could have gone on all night, although he may leave my party early in a huff when I suggest he should have moved aside a bit quicker in the Newcastle job.

 

2. Nigella Lawson - Beauty, brains and could help with the cooking.

 

3. Murray Walker - The worlds most passionate motorsports fan.

 

4. Kirsty Gallagher - She'd fit right in.

 

5. Vic Reeves - He'd just ramble on talking bollocks (much like my good self).

 

6. Charlotte Hudson - There's something about her I've always liked.

 

7. Jeremy Clarkson - Not short of an opinion is he?

 

8. Kelly Brook - For a couple of reasons.

 

9. Stephen Fry - He knows everything about everything so conversation wouldn't would never dry up.

 

10. Peter Beardsley - Pedro the Great. Enough said.

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Good shout!

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7) George W Bush - So I would look intelligant

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I wouldn't count on that. :blink:

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Hmmm I wish I was on fish-o-mania, would have won with that

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nope, you are right, I am crap ;)

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