The Arizona bloggersnacker at Geoff Johnston’s was quite fun. But what exactly happened at the party? Perhaps our readers would like to guess.
Here’s the guessing game. Two items out of the following list did not happen; the rest actually took place. Can you guess which did not happen?
a. Karaoke was performed.
b. John Fowles danced the do-si-do with Kaimi (and others).
c. Kristen performed the Riverdance.
d. Kaimi showed off his mad belly-button speaking skills.
e. A ninja monkey made an appearance.
f. Monkey steals the peach!
g. Mardell (repeatedly): “I need my pills.”
h. Geoff (repeatedly): “Word.”
John Fowles Tea’s husband performed an indoor rain dance. It was not successful.
j. It was only by a very lucky happenstance that Mardell’s underwear stayed on.
k. Tea told a great conversion story.
l. Kaimi and Geoff discussed how to achieve total world domination.
m. We disscussed bannergate for, like, three hours.
n. Mardell performed (a very unique) ballet.
o. Tea’s husband spoke forward, backward, and in a foreign accent.
p. Indigo ate her weight in chocolate truffles.
q. Kristen performed a rousing rendition of “Tomorrow.”
r. Geoff explained to his guests that he normally doesn’t wear any pants, but that he went out of his way to put some on for the party. (We were very grateful.)
Yes, all of the above actually occured, except for two items. No, we’re not giving any details as to the circumstances that led to any of these events. You’ll just have to use your imagination.
And yes, some photographic evidence of some of the list items may exist. However, I’m at my in-laws and their computer is a dinosaur — I’m lucky to be able to post at all — and I don’t think I’ll be able to upload photos any time soon. Also, there is an element of mutual blackmail present. After all, if I post pictures of Kristen’s riverdance, she might post picures of my belly-button-talking.
(Answers: (a) and (f) did not occur. The rest actually took place. And they were just the tip of the iceberg. . .)