November 08, 2004

Shaken & Stirred: Recipe for Ye Olde Democratic Hot Party

Via Gothamist, the always annoying Chi Chi Valenti, "Nightlife Empress" describes how to make "a party HOT." Sounds distressingly familiar, doesn't it?

As an expert, can you tell us what makes a party HOT?

Since someone's always hooking up, getting wasted or starting a fight these days, my standard for a great party is somewhat higher. Most importantly, there must be a MIX - Vampires and diamond dealers, legends and New Kids, fetishists and objects of worship, romantics and cynics, geeks and pop stars, boys, girls and everything in between. Historically, New York's best parties (and club nights) have combined all ages, gender prefs, income levels and style schools. A roomful of one kind of person is boring and predictable - it is the mark of the provinces.

We admit that a few hours in a few rooms with this "selection" of types might be of passing interest on those weekends when nothing new is showing at the multiplex, the NASCAR race has the caution flag out, my Bible's out for repairs, and I'm evicted from my trailer out here in the provinces.

But the idea of the same group running the country for four years is not our current idea of fun.

You know, they talk a good game but I got me a dollar to yer doughnut that Chi-Chi is going to be floor hostess at the 2008 DNC.

Posted by Vanderleun at November 8, 2004 03:37 PM | TrackBack

Just imagine the parties that they could throw in the White House; table dances on the desk in the Oval Office; orgies in the Lincoln bedroom and naked volleyball in the pool. This would just blow Hugh's mansion parties away. Clinton's White House shindigs with Babs and Yasser are piker efforts in comparison.

Oh God, what a freakin' nightmare.

Posted by: Phil at November 9, 2004 08:23 AM

The mention of Yasser caused me to vent...the thought of that aids infected, murderous grotesque doing sleep overs in the White House just makes me ill. I bet the place still has an odor, like the smelly car in one of Seinfeld's episodes.

Posted by: phil at November 9, 2004 08:25 AM

It amazes me that you would take a fun post about parties and co-op it for your own right-wing purposes.

Posted by: Nichelle at November 11, 2004 08:17 AM

Nothing this group of hysterical rightwing professional haters does or says surprises me anymore. Nothing.

Posted by: Michelle at November 13, 2004 12:33 PM
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