Writer's Block


The supper club

Which persons, living or dead, would you invite to a fantasy dinner party? What topics would you discuss? Are there any subjects would you avoid? Lastly, what kind of food would you serve?

Answers (359)

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  • It will go Hector, Jesus, Joan D'arc, The food will need to be probably some short of fish so they can all eat. And we could talk about religion and the limits of the ethically correct actions. It would be way too interesting.

  • Anne Boleyn. I will ask her what she thinks of her predicament, whether did she really committed adultery and on her thoughts of her daughter succeeding the throne and ruling the most prosperous era of England's history. Of her daughter not marrying, without an heir, thus allowing a Stuart succeed the throne of England. Or maybe, I should invite Elizabeth I instead.
    Ahhh, I would serve durian.

  • okay the first person that springs to mind, with a ''fantasy'' dinner party, would have to be the madhatter :P
    any awkward silences would quickly die with a orgasmically random comment from him...

    second would be...the rabbit from donnie darko.
    if you have a crazy, you have to have a creepy.
    plus if i changed my mind about the mad hatter, rabbit could run him over in his car.  we'd eat jelly of many colours, and dangerously long spaghetti.
  • Unf. Cheryl Cole, obviously. I would discuss our pending marriage, and how we're going to have children, and she would dance for me wearing those sexy trousers from X Factor. I'd avoid talking about Mr Cole, in the vain attempt they'll divorce xD So what totally went through my head was "What food would I serve? Oh, I know what I'd be eating *eyebrows*"

  • For now, Sylvia Plath. Or Susanna Kaysen. Or Fiona Apple. Oh wait. Maybe Quentin Tarantino cos he seems like so much fun to talk and listen to. Or, maybe my pets who died 2-3 years ago. Food...for Quentin? I wouldn't know, but I'd bet he'd eat anything. He seems cool that way. Him walking in flooded Manila comes to mind.

  • I'd invite Joan of Arc, Marie Antoinette, Anne Boleyn, Molly Brown, and Janis Joplin.  I've no clue what we'd discuss and really no idea what topics we would avoid.  As for food...... Anything that tastes good I guess. ^^

  • I'm a foodie. I love to cook and eat and have fun with it and all of that stuff so my Dinner would be in a large fully stocked kitchen and we'd cook our own stuff without limits. My guest list would probably be.
    1. Anthony Berdaine.
    2. Heston Blumenthal.
    3. All of the Iron Chef's
    4. Jaime Oliver.
    5. Nigella Lawson.

    That's probably the cooking talent but i'd also like to invite just cause the mix would be funny.

    6.My LJ friends list.
    7. Vin Diesel.
    8 Arnold Swarzennager.
    9 Bill O'Reilley.
    10. Al Francton.
    11. Mat Groening.
    12. Simon Cowel.

    I think this'd be funny because the food'd kick ass and there'd be a fight for sure and lots of chaos and sharp objects. lol.

  • First off, I can't believe I'm writing this, but it's cool. It's helping get my fingers limbered up for typing and helps get my creative juices flowing.

    Let's see, I would invite:

    Sun Tsu

    We would discuss:

    Anything and everything, I want to know about why they the way they did, why they did what they did, etc. No topic is too sensitive. I want to be able to draw on their perspectives in order to better understand the world. They are varied people with very different looks on the world. I can't help but be incredibly curious.

    We would avoid:

    Not really anything, except trying not to make fun of each other. I wanted objective learning, not inane arguments. I don't want to have to kill my guests in a violent, sadistic manner.

    We would eat:

    Whatever they wanted. Each could have a preferred dish, side, drink, and dessert. Gandhi would probably not eat much. (bad pun, excuse that)

    Well, there, that was interesting, kind of, sort of... never mind, at least my fingers have gotten some exercise

  • Guest List:
    Terry Pratchett
    Rick Riordan
    J K Rowling
    Mark Twain
    George Bernard Shaw
    George Orwell

    We'd talk about books. All night.

    BBQ pork, slaw, cornbread, green beans, and fries :)

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