Saturday, December 31, 2005

I don't know whether it was the dress or the party

but New Year's Eve sucked ass this year. The food was OK, but the company was less than enthralling, and the band was lame.

In fact, now that I think of it, New Year's Eve sucks ass every year.

We've been going to this party for years, and the best thing about it was the souvenir champagne glasses. But this year they didn't have any.

Well, no souvenir champagne glasses? Sorry, folks, but we're out of here. So That Stud Muffin I Married and I left the party, and now we're home. In our pajamas, drinks at the ready. And not a noise maker in sight. Unless you count me.

--P.

7 comments:

  1. I was at the most bizarre of parties, which I *may* blog about (not sure yet...) but came home and lit sparklers in my bathtub.

    Happy New Year, Poppy!

    komqrnvu: Kumquats, onions, marshmellows, questions, radishes, novocaine, violins: u got it, all these are predictions for your new year!

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  2. The company problem can be very easily remedied, yanno.

    -J.

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  3. I'm not very fond of new year's either... and I don't even go to any swank parties.


    but I still wish you and yours a great 2006.

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  4. noise maker - yes you count! verey funny I stayed home - happy new year from michele

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  5. Everybody knows New Year's Eve is Amateur Hour. The pros stay in. Congratulations on going pro!

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  6. Happy New Year, Poppy. We stayed home too.

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  7. It was definitely the party and not the dress. Next year plan your own New Year's Eve bash with close friends, food and drink you love. Start your own tradition the right way.

    Happy New Year

    luyurpo=throw up ?

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xxx, Poppy.