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Come Dine With Me.............

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Paula+

Paula+ Report 30 Dec 2012 16:50

If you could choose any six people, alive or dead who would you invite for dinner

Frank Sinatra - my long time hear throb fantastic singer, first class actor, beautiful blue eyes.
Winston Churchill - Iconic leader great orator he was everything we have missing in our leaders today.
Roger Moore – I love has wit and dry sense of humour.
Princess Diana – to find out what really happened (died too young)
Elvis ( died too young) - to tell him what a manipulator Col Tom Parker was.
John Lennon – Amazing talent and man of peace (died too young)
Me.................. I would be cooking
My OH he will pour the wine, and he has beautiful blue eyes.

My list changes from time to time .................
:-D :-D :-D

GinN

GinN Report 30 Dec 2012 22:30

Joan Baez - she is my absolute heroine
Bob Dylan - I love the songs he wrote, and would love to know more about his relationship with Joan.
John Lennon - I agree with you about him, Paula.
Kate Rusby, my favourite folk singer, I love her voice and her endearingly funny ways.
Maeve Binchey - I loved her heartwarming novels.
My maternal grandfather, Ernest Barr, Veteran of Dunkirk and my hero, who definitely died too young at 52.

My list is not set in stone, either, but they spring to mind first :-)

Susan10146857

Susan10146857 Report 30 Dec 2012 22:54

Lynda, Suemaid, Dangersprout, Uggers, Mau on the coast and John :-D :-D :-D :-D

Actually I think I would need more than six but they will do for the time being :-D

SueMaid

SueMaid Report 30 Dec 2012 22:59

Awww.....I would be honoured to sit at your dinner table Susanwivnumbers <3

maggiewinchester

maggiewinchester Report 30 Dec 2012 23:17

Cameron, Thatcher,GWBush (jnr), Andrew Mitchell (ex mp), Osborne, Clegg.

,,,,and I'd poison the lot of them :-D

GlitterBaby

GlitterBaby Report 30 Dec 2012 23:46

Salvador Dali

Leonardo da Vinci

Anton du Beke

Roger Black – the athlete

Kriss Akabusi

Sammy David Jr.

TessAkaBridgetTheFidget

TessAkaBridgetTheFidget Report 1 Jan 2013 03:36

My six would be .

Peter Ustinov - loved to hear him chatting away.

King Richard 111 - so that I could ask him about what really happened in his lifetime.

Joseph Lister - the discoverer of antibiotics, (where would we be without them)
He dared to take a new approach to operations and thereby saved countless lives.

My paternal grandmother, Christina, who I was not allowed to meet. I would like the chance to get to know her, and her side of the story.

Alexis Soyer 1810-1858. A French chef who became the most celebrated cook in Victorian England and was perhaps the first "celebrity chef".
He tried to alleviate the suffering of the poor in Ireland during the Great Famine (1845-1849) and he improved food provided to British Soldiers in the Crimean War.

Mother Teresa, to bring me back to earth.