A true mystery here. Just who was the infamous Jack the Ripper? He would require
proper table manners to sit with my other 4 dinner guest and of course no silverware
would be placed in front of him not even a butter knife. Perhaps Jack is not in the
mood to be a sociable type so his dinner conversation may be non-existent but at least
I could look into the face of hell and finally solve one of the greatest crime mysteries of
all time. Let's hope he doesn't order his steak 'rare' with the blood flowing out of it.
Another mystery but I would ask Jesus to sit at the head of our table and break the
bread, so to speak, and let him toast his fellow dinner guests with a nice glass of wine.
Much of Jesus' early life is a big question mark and is open to conjecture. The Bible
does not record where he went or what he did as a younger man. I would have many
questions for him and yes I would be looking into the face of love. Amen.
In terms of dessert our dearest Marilyn could be the 'cheesecake.' Yet another
mystery on Epi's guest list. Why did she kill herself or was someone else involved?
Arguably the most famous woman in the world other than the Madonna or
the Mona Lisa I would love to see that dazzling smile light up the room and
Jack, please take your hand off her knee.
Well we all need some nice dinner music to soothe the savage beast.
Jack, are you listening? Possibly my favorite piano composer other than
jazz legend Thelonious Monk - Mr. Chopin could play well into the night
after we all retire to the drawing room with our cigars and brandy.
Wouldn't that be a sight, all 6 of us wearing matching smoking jackets, lol, including
my last choice of dinner guest and her name is ...........
After all of the hard work that our dear Mother Teresa went through in her life
it would be my time to ask her to sit down and relax while I would go away and fetch
her a nice cuppa tea. Of course I would serve her angel food cake and tell Jack again
to behave himself. Jesus and Mother Teresa would have so much to talk about as
Chopin played another waltz. I would be flirting with Marilyn of course and treating
her like a lady that so many men in her life failed to do. And Jack? Well I just saw him
picking her teeth with a toothpick and I am not liking that gleam in his eye ........
So there we have it folks, Colin's pick for his top 5 dinner guests of all time and because
this page is an interactive one I would now like each and everyone of you to pick your
own top 5 dinner guests and tell me the reason why. Remember - they can be fictional
characters from your favorite books, past or present, or real life people as well,
past or present.