Here’s the deal – Pick someone (living or dead) that you would like to have dinner with. Where would you go? What would you eat? And what would you talk about? Here’s ours
Most nights I cook and eat dinner by myself…well, Batman (my cat) eats on the floor next to me, but he isn’t really the chatty type during dinner. So if I had the chance I would invite the great, and always funny, Chris Farley over my house for some BBQ and Brews. Easily my favorite character to ever appear on Saturday Night Live, Farley, captured my attention with his over the top gags and slapstick comedy. I would talk with him about his time on SNL and what it was like to act in movies (Tommy Boy is still my all-time favorite movie). Once we were done with dinner we’d hit the town and tear apart the local bars. I can’t imagine a better person to party with, and sadly that’s one of the reasons he was taken too soon.
Eating is easily one of my favorite things to do. If I ever make the big time, I’d have a half hour web series called Ryan Eats Out ______. My first guest? Vincent Kennedy McMahon, the owner and driving force behind World Wrestling Entertainment (fuck you World Wildlife Fund). As a diehard wrestling fan, their is no other brain I’d rather pick. We’d probably have soup, or something light, and talk about all his memories from a lifetime in the wrasslin’ business. I’ve always wanted the inside scoop on so many inside stories from over the years, and who better to hear them from than Vinnie Mac. After dinner, we’d fly on his private jet to a Monday Night Raw taping, and I’d get to sit with him in the gorilla position and watch the entire show. A boy can dream.
Those are our picks, what are yours? Comment here or Tweet it to us at @AverageNobodies.
– The Nobodies
With Darren Young recently coming out of the closet, WWE and the WWE Universe are behind him.
— Triple H (@TripleH) August 15, 2013
Congratulations to @DarrenYoungWWE for being the first openly gay WWE Superstar!
— Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) August 15, 2013
If I wasn’t blocked by Darren Young, I’d give him a Twitter bro hug. Coming out is hard, especially in the Twitter age as a celebrity.
— G (@Glenntertain) August 15, 2013
— Kevin O (@fromheretoLI) August 15, 2013
— Jim Ross (@JRsBBQ) August 15, 2013
Good on you, @DarrenYoungWWE! Fearless and inspiring.
— Alex Greenfield (@alexdgreenfield) August 15, 2013
— Mike & Billy Show (@MikeandBilly) August 15, 2013
Congrats man, that takes guts.
PS- Tune into Summer Slam this Sunday on PPV!