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dinner party [Apr. 7th, 2004|11:58 pm]
Brad Fitzpatrick
Had dinner at my place with lisa and whitaker, and of course the wonderful chef dina.

We had chicken/shrimp/pepper shiskabobs, black beans, asparagus, and margaritas. (Link to shiskabobs as proof that either I spelled it right, or somebody else spelled it wrong.... google didn't offer suggestions.)

Dinner was followed by some Pictionary and my partner (Whitaker) kinda sucked. I do apologize for punching you so hard though, man. But c'mon... the BLUE PENCIL side.

Oh, best pictionary drawing from Whitaker, me guessing:

[Triangle with @ sign...]

"At sign"
"Under Construction"

[thick stick figure dancing]

"Uh, dancing man."



[circle with horns]

"The Devil."
"America Online!"

Heh. Best drawing series ever. (The triangle was supposed to be the AOL logo, and the dancing man the AOL buddy icon running dude....)

[User Picture]From: stalk_her
2004-04-08 02:05 am (UTC)
hmmm dancing stick guy totally made me think of aol right away!
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[User Picture]From: ellenlouise
2004-04-08 08:23 am (UTC)
I think it's cheating to use symbols like @.

But I might be wrong.

The best guessing game clue that ever happened to me was while playing Taboo--one friend said "Something your parents set for you" and the guesser said "Traps!"

The answer was "curfew."
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[User Picture]From: brad
2004-04-08 08:50 am (UTC)
Yeah, @ was totally cheating.

My best drawing was "odd". I drew one row of one blob, one row of 3 blobs, and one row of 5 blobs. I was afraid to use tick marks or circles or exes or anything that might look like a letter.
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[User Picture]From: whitaker
2004-04-08 08:51 am (UTC)
You totally drew the wrong thing later in the game too!!! :-P

Even if it was the wrong thing, I'm really impressed that we were able to draw/guess "Secret Service." It must have been my stick-figure Clint Eastwood from In the Line of Fire.
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