What five people, dead or alive, fictional or real would you invite to your ultimate dinner party?
Mine pictured below:
Jesus: I have a few questions I'd like to ask the man, and who doesn't want the guy who can turn water into wine at their party? He would save me hundreds on alcohol expenditures.
Steve Perry: I love Steve Perry. The only songs I know how to play and sing on guitar are Journey's greatest hits. They are the most epic love ballads of all time and Steve Perry was just the man to sing them. I know he doesn't perform anymore, but maybe if I ply him with enough of J.C.'s wine, he can be persuaded to whisper me a few lines of Open Arms.
Lucille Ball: She was the original comedienne. I Love Lucy is nearly sixty years old, and it's still just as funny as it was the day it first aired. No question she would have everyone in stitches.
Roald Dahl: I had to choose at least one writer to dine with us. It was a tough decision, but Roald Dahl has been one of my favorites for as long as I can remember. One summer I devoured all the Dahl books they had at the library, from BFG to Matilda, and when I was done, I read them all again. Just think of the dinner stories he could tell.
Marilyn Monroe: I have a few questions for her as well, and for some odd reason, I really think she and Jesus would hit it off.
How about you? Who would you invite and why?