Saturday, July 12, 2014

Five People I Want To Have Dinner With


Happy Saturday, everyone.
Today's blog post is actually going to be written by someone other than me. The topic is still the same - "Five people (dead or alive) that I want to have dinner with", but my boyfriend is going to be filling in for me today.

Last week Justin and I were discussing some of the various blog topics/prompts on the agenda for July and this one stuck out to him, and he asked if he could blog for me this day. Ummm I get to take a day where I don't have to blog more than just writing this intro? Yes please. #cheater

Anyway, I won't keep rambling.. I'll let Justin take it from here.

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5 People (dead or alive) that I would like to have dinner with. Well, first I have to think about how long a normal dinner is. Then I have to ask if it can be dinner, dessert and possibly a midnight snack after - because that's really be how long I would like to talk to some of these people.

Now for those of you who don’t know me (most, if not all, of you) I am very much a music person. To be more precise, a rock music fan. So that influences a lot of my choices. But enough rambling and here we go...



Dave Grohl.
    If you were to ask any of my friends to pick who I would pick for this particular list, their first answer would be Dave Grohl. Reason being is that I kinda totally have a man crush on Dave (haha). He is definitely, without any question, my musical idol. I listen to his music at least once a day and have probably watched every youtube interview he has ever done. Not only is he a total bada$$ rockstar but he is also an awesome dude. I think if I were to have dinner with him it would have to be about 5 hours long, and would mostly consist of me staring awkwardly at him in disbelief that I am actually across the table from DAVE MOTHER F*&*ING GROHL!!!!!!


My Grandfather
    I know it is a little overdone with everyone saying past family members, but I don’t care. I never really got to know my Grandfather because he passed away when I was only 5 years old. I think it would be a great to talk to him about the past and how my parents behaved when they were growing up (so I could totally have dirt on them) as well as getting to know the man I only ever really heard stories of.




Jimi Hendricks
    I personally believe that Jimi Hendricks is the greatest guitar player of all time. It would be awesome to be able to talk about his past and what really influenced his unique style of playing - which, in turn, transpired into some of the best songs ever written.


My Mother
    This one is a little touchy as I haven’t seen nor spoken to my mother in 17 years. It would be filled with awkward moments and tough conversations, but maybe someday it will happen.




Bret “The Hitman” Hart
    Growing up, my family watched pro wrestling every week. It was almost a religion for us haha. Until I was 7 years old, me and my brother lived in Calgary, and Bret Hart was from that same city - so obviously I loved him! I would love to sit down and chat to him about growing up and being a pro wrestler traveling the world.


Any who, that’s my list. Hope you enjoyed!


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3 comments:

allieology said...

YOU ARE SUCH A CHEATER. Thank you Justin for filling in since your girlfriend can't follow the rules. I quite enjoyed your blogging.

Brianna Keen said...

Great job to your hubby for filling in!!!

Brianna

shannon said...

yes! wrestling for the win!