Title: Strange Party Themes
Run Time: 17 min 57 secs
Host: Luke Rodgers
Panelists: Oktober, Nabbit, Major Monocle
Topic: Strange Party Ideas
- Nabbit sets the standard of making sure that if you come up with a party idea you ask yourself the question, “Who would come to this party?“
- Major Monocle doesn’t get invited to a lot of parties, but he has the super power of hearing a keg getting tapped miles away.
- Luke starts things off with the idea of a sleep party…like this one this one held in Silicon Valley. Nabbit argues that they are misusing the word party.
- The panel attempts to explain what a toga party is to Oktober.
- Nabbit continues his militant take on parties…All of them should require cake.
- After talking about some issues that Major Monocle had with some chicken wings Luke brings up the Catholic blessing of the Throats, and everyone thinks that a bible themed party sound pretty crazy.
- The panel brings up the Dreamcast party again (Celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the release of the Sega Dreamcast console). With games including Pin the tails on Tails and Bust Kasumi’s Bust.
- Luke talks about the fact that other countries, apparently, throw America themed parties. The panel opens up the idea of starting a America theme party consulting business.
- Oktober talks about the catalogs that used to exist for societies like the Odd fellows. It reminds everyone of a more specific version of the Oriental Trading Company catalog.
- Luke suggested the bad movie theme party. He suggests Manos: Hands of Fate, but everyone has difficulty figuring out how to execute the theme.
- Nabbit brings it full circle back to cake. And referencing this piece of internet history in the process.
- Luke talks about the idea of having a color themed party. Oktober goes flat black, Nabbit goes Rainbow and Major Monocle decides to go salmon…with horrifying results.
Game: “Drink It” or “Sink It” Challenge: The Woo-Woo
This simple 3 ingredient drink (Vodka, Peachtree, Cranberry Juice) is best served in a Red Solo cup. Oktober likes it simplicity and tastiness. Major Monocle thinks it is best served in college. Nabbit enjoys it and it’s name (He loves saying “Woo Woo!”). Give it a try (The recipe is listed on the main page before these notes).