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Hola Clintonistas!
This is Our Debate Watching Party

Your Host: NewHampster

Come on over.  We have a 42" Plasma in the living room and an old 34" Mitsu in the Den.  Both TVs will have the debate on so you won't miss a thing as you move from room to room.

We'll provide the Nachos, union made of course, Tequila Shots and our Hpnotiq Margaritas.

This is my house and there are some rules:
 

  • The kids are supposed to be sleeping upstairs so leave your foul language at the door.
  • You can cheer for your candidate but shut up when the other girl is speaking.
  • No Hiding in my house.  It's bad enough when the kids play hide and seek, we don't need grownups trying to hide each other in closets.

Please leave your trolls upstairs, 1st bedroom on the right.  Our sitter Marisol will watch over them.

We think this recipe is just right for tonight's debate.

Hpnotiq Margarita recipe
3 oz Hpnotiq® liqueur
3 oz triple sec
1 1/2 oz Jose Cuervo® Especial gold tequila
1 1/2 oz lime juice
sweet and sour mix

Pour the Hpnotiq, triple sec, Jose Cuervo gold tequila and lime juice into a collins glass filled with ice cubes. Fill to the top with sweet and sour mix, and serve.

We'll be skipping the glasses in favor of a 5 gallon jug and plastic cups.

We're serving Margherita Pizza even though it has nothing to do with drink.  Margherita is a Pizza, named after Queen Margherita di Savoia and dates back to 1899.

As always, this party is dedicated to our Party Meister in exile, GoldBerry.

Originally posted to NewHampster on Thu Feb 21, 2008 at 04:45 PM PST.

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