Sunday, January 03, 2010

Really Simple Acceptance/Rejection:

When we invite people to parties and events, we generally consider the invitee's acceptance (or rejection) to be a private matter. But what if we didn't? Suppose we wanted the people we invite to tell the world whether they judge it worthwhile to attend our event? If we did, we would probably end our invitations like this:


(I'm rather conflicted about this blog entry. I'm not sure that this wordplay deserves to live. Sorry about that.)

1 comment:

Martin Langeland said...

Oh! Luverly.
When his friends locked him in a closet and demanded a pun for release, he said:
"O-pun the door"! Wilde? Benchly? Woodehouse?
This deserves a place beside.
Thanks for encouraging my bad habits!