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'Well I'll be darned, I guess he is allowed.'
Next stop: Insecurity.
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"Roger doesn't use the left side of his brain or the right side. He just uses the middle."
"If we don't go, do you suppose anyone is going to assume we weren't invited?"
Tags:invite, invites, invitation, invitations, party, parties, dinner party, dinner parties, social party, social event, social events, party guest, party guests, popularity, popularity contest, socializing, socialising, socialise, socializes, unpopular, unpopularity, keeping up appearances, keep up appearances, snob, snobs, elitism, elitist, elitists, social circle, social circles
"Nobody told me it was formal."
Tags:awkward, awkward moment, awkward moments, party, parties, cocktail party, cocktail parties, formal dress, formal wear, snowman, snowmen, mistake, mistakes, embarrassment, embarrassments, embarrassing moment, embarrassing moments, ice block, ice blocks, social event, social events, dresscode, dresscodes, dressing up
"Ah – the good, the bad, and the god-awful."
"We have to go now. Robert's façade is beginning to crumble."
Tags:facade, facades, polite, politeness, impolite, polite society, kind, kindness, unkind, grump, grumps, grumpy, grumpiness, anger, angers, angered, repress, represses, repressing, repressed anger, crumble, crumbles, crumbling, furious, antisocial, introvert, introverts, introversion, husband, husbands, couple, couples, married couple, married couples, social event, social events
"We may have to leave you if there's a parade."
Rachel and Sarah couldn't believe they'd turned up wearing the same little black number.
How to read the dress code?
'This convention lacks just one thing...name tags.'
Tags:party, parties, cocktail party, cocktail parties, modern life, modern times, modern attitudes, extreme, extreme sport, extreme sports, social event, social events, socializing, socialising, alcohol, social drinking, social drinker, socail drinkers, over the limit, alcohol, alcoholics, alcoholic, alcoholism
'I think I'm introverted. Because the fake conversations I have in my head with people are so much better than real conversations.'
'Name tag's up here, Ma'am - I'm from the Cattlemen's Delegation.
'I hope you'll excuse the pajamas. They save time when people leave.'
Tags:social, sociable, unsociable, unfriendly, uncongenial, rude, friends, party, dinner party, cocktail party, cocktail parties, planning ahead, antisocial, anti-social, cocktails, social event, drinks, drinking, hosting, bad host, practical, planning, preparation, comfy, comfort, home, house, dinner party, dinner parties, dinner guest, dinner guests, inhospitable, outstaying your welcome
"We really must be going. Phillip has an uncanny sense of when to leave a party."
Tags:party, parties, social event, social events, cocktail party, cocktail parties, unsocial, unsociable, anti social, introvert, introverts, insult, insults, party guest, party guests, instinct, instincts, following your instincts, insult, insults, insulted, bad party, bad parties, boring party, boring parties
'Tom, you have always had a great ear for music.'
'Oh, don't fuss over little old me!'
'I throw lots of parties... But I insist on only serving canned pumpkin and crystal clear cola.'
'I'd like you to meet the saw, the hammer and, well, you know the drill.'
'Watch the hair! I just had it feathered...'
'Remember, Henson; we're not here to hobnob - we're here to schmooze.'
'Yeah, I know this is a BYOB party.'
He's shy. I always have to drag him to these things, kicking and screaming.
'Hilda, what gets wine out again, is it club soda?'