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124,014.  Mr Gatsby would be honoured if you would attend his little party tonight.  (1920s & Party)  The Great Gatsby 1974 starring & Robert Redford & Mia Farrow & Bruce Dern & Sam Waterston & Karen Black & Scott Wilson & Lois Chiles & Edward Herrmann & Howard da Silva & Kathryn Leigh Scott & Regina Baff et al, director Jack Clayton, messenger

 

124,015.  He never really goes to his own parties.  (1920s & Party)  ibid.  Joy  

 

124,016.  The truth of the matter is, I don’t much like parties.  (1920s & Party)  ibid.  Gatsby

 

 

9,331.  The key to dying well is for you to decide where, when, how and whom to invite to the last party.  (Death & Party)  Timothy Leary, cited Daily Telegraph 3rd May 1996

 

 

120,384.  ‘I just bumped from my hotel to work and to parties, and from parties to my hotel and back to work like a numb trolleybus.  I guess I should have been excited the way most of the other girls were, but I couldn’t get myself to react.’  (Poetry & Literature & Book & Work & Party & Hotel)  Sylvia Plath: Inside the Bell Jar, BBC 2018

 

 

9,516.  What I don't like about office Christmas parties is looking for a job the next day.  (Christmas & Job & Party)  Phyllis Diller

 

 

19,004.  What went on up there?  Poppers and weird sex.  (Gangstas: New Jersey & Party)  The Sopranos: All Happy Families s5e4, Tony to AJ

 

 

119,679.  Just the idea of having a family party in the backyard without Tony there manning the grill, playing host, it wouldn’t be the same.  (Gangsters & Party)  The Sopranos s5e8: Marco Polo, Carmela

 

 

24,584.  Odo:  I hate parties.

 

Her:  Perhaps you’ve been going to the wrong ones.  (Star Trek & Parties)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Forsaken s1e17, happy couple in lift

 

 

25,464.  The Borg: party poopers of the galaxy.  (Star Trek & Party)  Star Trek: Voyager: Drone s5e2, Doctor to Seven of Nine

 

 

30,788.  We are having two parties here tonight.  And they must be kept completely separate.  Firstly, a total piss-up involving beer throwing, broken furniture and wall to wall vomiting ... Percy will join me in here for the gourmet turnip evening.  (England & Elizabeth & Party)  Curtis & Elton, Blackadder II: Beer, Blackadder to Baldrick & Percy

 

 

43,075.  Don’t eat the cornflakes, Rick.  There’s only one each.  (Comedy & Party)  The Young Ones: Interesting ***** Neil at party

 

43,077.  I’ve thought of a great new party game – dissection!  (Comedy & Party & Surgery)  ibid.  Vivian

 

 

44,417.  On the 29th April 1967 here in this cavernous space at the Alexandra Palace in north London huge numbers of young idealists, and pot-heads and acid freaks came together for what they called the fourteen-hour Technicolor dream in one of the biggest ever hippy gatherings in Britain.  And every rave that came later, every happening, tens of thousands of out-of-control house-trashing parties owed something to the Ally Pally pot-heads rally.  (Raves & Parties)  Andrew Marr’s History of Modern Britain

 

 

44,418.  Shall we set about some revels?  (Raves & Parties)  William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night I iii 131, Sir Andrew

 

 

44,424.  Therefore he abhorred

All feasts, societies, and throngs of man.  William Shakespeare, Timon of Athens IV iii 20-21, Timon

 

 

40,927.  I’ve had a perfectly wonderful evening.  But this wasn’t it.  (Insult & Evening & Party)  Groucho Marx

 

 

44,420.  The party’s over, it’s time to call it a day.  Betty Comden & Adolph Green, The Party's Over

 

 

44,421.  This day my wife made it appear to me that my late entertainment this week cost me above £12, an expense which I am almost ashamed of, though it is bit once in a great while, and is the end for which, in the most part, we live, to have such a merry day once or twice in a man’s life.  Samuel Pepys, diary 6th March 1669

 

 

44,422.  Our diversion was dancing (or jumping about) without a violin or any music, singing of foolish and bawdy healths and more such-like stupidity, and drinking all the time as fast as could be poured down; and the parson of the parish was one amongst the mixed multitude, all the time.  Thomas Turner 1729-93, English diarist

 

 

44,423.  Masked parties.  Savage parties.  Victorian parties.  Greek parties.  Wild west parties.  Russian parties.  Parties at Oxford where everyone drank brown sherry and smoked Turkish cigarettes ... Those vile bodies.  Evelyn Waugh, Vile Bodies

 

 

44,425.  The tumult and the shouting dies,

The captains and the kings depart,

And we are left with large supplies

Of cold blancmange and rhubarb tart.  Ronald Knox, After the Party

 

 

44,426.  Laurence, you’re going to get heart-burn.  (Parties & Heart)  Play for Today: Abigail’s Party 1977, writer & director Mike Leigh, starring Alison Steadman *****

 

44,427.  Laurence, would you like to get the drinks please?  Tony would like a Bacardi and Coke with ice and lemon, Angela would like gin and tonic with ice and lemon, and I’d like a little fill-up.  OK?  (Parties & Drink)  ibid.  Beverly

 

44,428.  Beverly’s not very organised; she doesn’t believe in making shopping lists.  (Parties & List)  ibid.  Laurence to Angela & Tony

 

44,429.  When I get to my test my nerves fail me.  ibid.  Beverly to Angela & Tony

 

44,430.  Beverly was saying your daughter’s having a party.  ibid.  Angela to Susan

 

44,431.  They’re going to have fun, aren’t they?  (Parties & Fun)  ibid.

 

44,432.  Have you locked your silver away, Sue?  (Parties & Silver)  ibid.  Beverly to Sue

 

44,433.  You don’t know who you get at a party.  ibid.

 

44,434.  Particularly with teenagers because let’s face it they’re not as careful as say we would be.  You know what I mean, they don’t think, do they?  They’ve got a drink in one hand and a cigarette in the other, you know and they’re having a bit of a dance and the next thing you know it’s cigarette on your carpet and stubbed out.  (Parties & Teenagers)  ibid.  Beverly to Sue

 

44,435.  Come on, Sue.  I’ll give you a little top-up.  (Parties & Drink)  ibid.

 

44,436.  Getting divorced to a film star is like going to the lavatory.  (Parties & Divorce)  ibid.  Beverly

 

44,437.  We’ve only been married nearly three years but we’re always having rows aren’t we?  (Parties & Marriage)  ibid.  Angela

 

44,438.  Don’t get me wrong.  I do love Laurence.  In my own way.  (Parties & Marriage)  ibid.  Beverly to Angela

 

44,439.  I never thought anyone would marry me.  (Parties & Marriage)  ibid.  Angela

 

44,440.  Angela:  Would you like kids?

 

Beverly:  No I don’t think I would really.  Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I don’t like kids because I do.  But, let me put it to you this way, I wouldn’t like to actually have to have them.  I mean, did you have your kids in hospital, Sue?  Yeah, you see, to me having to go into hospital would like being ill.  And I couldn’t stand that.  And I know it sounds horrible but having to do all that breast feeding and changing nappies would actually make me heave.  I don’t honestly think I’ve got that motherly instinct in me.  (Party & Children)  ibid.

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