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Monday, May 30, 2016

NONE OF THE ABOVE

Question Of The Week, 5-30-16

Do you like partying? 
Attending parties? 
Giving parties? 


How about "observing parties" from a great distance? 

 

Blogger Elephant's Child said...
The fourth option for me. So long as the distance is great.
4:33 AM
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Blogger Lisa said...
The most enjoyable thing I do at work is organizing "parties", meetings, events...etc. I do like hosting them.
5:13 AM
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Blogger LL Cool Joe said...
I hate attending parties unless I'm the dj, because I get to hide behind the decks, play great music, watch people dance but I don't have to do boring small talk with anyone. :D
6:32 AM
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Blogger kenju said...
I don't mind boring small talk - or boring big talk - and I do enjoy parties. When I was younger, I didn't, because I had no self-confidence. I was embarrassed for myself - but not now that I have reached a certain age.

Thanks for the blog visit. And just why wouldn't you attend the events??? You'd meet nice people and have a good time, in spite of yourself.
7:16 AM
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Blogger Brite Mist said...
i do enjoy dinner or cook out parties - i enjoy preparing food...but do not asked me to organize the rest of it!
7:43 AM
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Blogger Arkansas Patti said...
Probably all of the above. I do enjoy parties though more going than giving.
2:44 PM
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Blogger Birdie said...
No. No. No. :-)
6:12 PM
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Blogger Barb said...
None of the above. PS what lake????
8:53 PM
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Blogger Kerry said...
I like hosting dinner parties because I love to cook, but not so much going out to big parties.
9:07 PM
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Blogger Brig said...
Small parties, occasionally. I don't like giving them, I'm just not good at it.
Most of my family and friends are terrific party givers, and fantastic cooks. I missed that gene.
10:49 PM
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Blogger Kay said...
I like attending small parties. Hosting a party is rather stressful for me.
12:56 AM

I DELETED THE SPAM COMMENT THAT G.B. REFERS TO NEXT SO DON'T THINK THAT KAY IS A SPAMMER:-)
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Blogger G. B. Miller said...
Unlike the previous commenter, who posted spam, I do not like attending, participating or planning a party. I would rather observe from a great distance. Less heartache and disappointment. Last party I planned, people who said they would come, blew me off. Took me many, many months to get over it.

Father Nature's Corner


Snaggle Tooth said...
oooo like this post! Parties, enjoy live dancing n guitar playing at them best! dinners not so much - weddings, a blast!
Tabor said...
I kind of like hosting parties...but few and far between as I have gotten older with less stamina. Going to parties takes a lot of courage for me, unless the people there are very young friends of mine.

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  1. The fourth option for me. So long as the distance is great.

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  2. The most enjoyable thing I do at work is organizing "parties", meetings, events...etc. I do like hosting them.

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  3. I hate attending parties unless I'm the dj, because I get to hide behind the decks, play great music, watch people dance but I don't have to do boring small talk with anyone. :D

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  4. I don't mind boring small talk - or boring big talk - and I do enjoy parties. When I was younger, I didn't, because I had no self-confidence. I was embarrassed for myself - but not now that I have reached a certain age.

    Thanks for the blog visit. And just why wouldn't you attend the events??? You'd meet nice people and have a good time, in spite of yourself.

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  5. i do enjoy dinner or cook out parties - i enjoy preparing food...but do not asked me to organize the rest of it!

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  6. Probably all of the above. I do enjoy parties though more going than giving.

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  7. None of the above. PS what lake????

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  8. I like hosting dinner parties because I love to cook, but not so much going out to big parties.

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  9. Small parties, occasionally. I don't like giving them, I'm just not good at it.
    Most of my family and friends are terrific party givers, and fantastic cooks. I missed that gene.

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  10. I like attending small parties. Hosting a party is rather stressful for me.

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  11. Unlike the previous commenter, who posted spam, I do not like attending, participating or planning a party. I would rather observe from a great distance. Less heartache and disappointment. Last party I planned, people who said they would come, blew me off. Took me many, many months to get over it.

    Father Nature's Corner

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  12. oooo like this post! Parties, enjoy live dancing n guitar playing at them best! dinners not so much - weddings, a blast!

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  13. I kind of like hosting parties...but few and far between as I have gotten older with less stamina. Going to parties takes a lot of courage for me, unless the people there are very young friends of mine.

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  14. It depends on what kind of party it is. I'm looking forward to niece Amanda's wedding reception, which will be a nice outdoor party - lots of family, friends and good food. I don't like small talk cocktail parties. I host small dinner parties, but find them exhausting - so just do it a couple of times a year.

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  15. The only parties I enjoy are the ones that evolve organically when a bunch of chums get together.

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  16. Honestly, not much. I enjoy occasional family festivities, and gatherings of fewer than 12 friends at someone's home, but anything more than that is something I'd rather avoid.

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