On Friday night a thread was posted in our very own GBS that was so delightfully removed from reality that it deserves to be posted here. The question is, if you could invite ANY 20 people -- real or fictional, alive or dead -- to dine with, who would it be? Would you choose guys like Churchill? Hemingway? Marie Curie (if she wasn't radioactive)? Or would you choose...
...a pro wrestler, the big titty girl from Final Fantasy 7, and some anime characters? Just think - there have been like 90,000,000,000 people that have ever walked the face of this planet, he chose a few of the ones he'd most like to meet, and one was the goddamn guy who runs GameFAQs. I mean, wow.
Thankfully we had another guy, "c. cardigan," post his list. I think it was a lot better, even if it was meant sarcastically.
Now that's what I'm talkin' about. Thanks to my forum friends paraone, Bonaventure, perfect scrotum, MrZodiac, rubber cat, MrTrousers, uhm bye, Krinkle, benman, Capt_Jim, elBarcode, atheist peas, PitifulLoser, metalfingers, NoControl, Wildfire, igloo house, Trout Yogurt, brehonia, Destroy Jennifer, SydBarrett, and fender777 for just being themselves.
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