March 25, 2010

Question: Do You Like Giveaways?

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If you answered yes, then this Table Topics Giveaway is for you! Table Topics is generously giving away one set of cards to a lucky Stem parties reader. Keep reading...


Table Topics, the fun conversation starter cards in a box, has added a few new collections to the mix. The Road Trip set needs to come to my house to spare my husband from my made up car games I make him play.

Slumber Party (soon to be released online) is full of good girl talk questions like bad hair days and boys!

Americana covers American culture from the past to the present. With questions about things such as apple pie and American Idol, this set promises to be more fun that U.S. History class.

What Would You Do - silly to serious...how would you handle certain situations?

Road Trip To Go - this set beats the license plate game any day.

Table Topics also has some really great napkins, coasters and placecards printed with conversation topics to help get your party started.

The big question: HOW TO WIN? Leave a comment here by Wednesday, March 31st at 6pm central to be entered for a random drawing.

Not so fast...to make it fun, let's do this comment in the form of a classic question! Living or dead, what famous person would you like to invite to your next dinner party?

Leave your answer for your chance to win with a way to get a hold of you if you don't have a blog link in your comments.

Good luck!

47 comments:

The Hostess said...

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Hillcrest Acres said...

What a great giveaway.

I think I would like Kelly Ripa to come to my house for a dinner party. Her spunk and witty humor would liven up any party.

Courtney said...

I'd want to invite Rosalind Russell (Cary Grant's leading lady in "His Girl Friday"). She was a sharp, clever woman, and I think she'd make a fascinating guest.

My email is courtneywestbrook -at- gmail -dot- com.

Kate said...

No question. Ira Glass.

thisamericanwife at yahoo

Allison Smith said...

I would want Megyn Kelly from Fox News... she seems so interesting and fun.

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Tina said...

hmm... I would have to say Lucille Ball. That would be interesting!

Christy said...

I would invite Sandra Bullock because she is hilarious and down to earth. She seems like she would be the life of the dinner party!

Brooke said...

Oooh, very cool. I would love a set of these!

I would invite Chef Duff. I've gotten so into decorating cookies and cakes and I would just love to pick his brain and ask him a zillion questions.

Soulfuldancer said...

I think if we had Ellen DeGeneres for a dinner guest, we really wouldn't need conversation cards. She's so funny but has a huge heart. I just love her compassion for people.

Anonymous said...

I have all sorts of people I am thinking of but today I would say Will Ferrell...I am need of a good laugh!
seavila26@yahoo.com

Jennie said...

I would invite Giada de Laurentiis or the Barefoot Contessa...I mean, really...I love food, and both of them seem to be so genuinely sweet. And they make great dishes! What could be better for a dinner party?

jlosapio at hotmail dot com

Incidentally, I LOVE Table Topics--a friend had a deck of the cards, and I have been dying to figure out where to get my own set for our next dinner party...

shannon said...

Assuming I could later use the bringing-back-to-life option on myself if things go poorly, I'd go for Nero.That dude could party hard, but as I don't have any spinning rooms or wild animals to release into the party, I'd be interested to see what he would come up with...

Maria said...

Maya Angelou if you've ever heard her speak you'd know why! The Travel version would be an awesome win we plan to drive 8 hours to Michigan with some dear friends and oh the fun we would have!!!!
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Kimberly said...

Fun! Not sure if she counts as 'famous' but I would love to have Ree, The Pioneer Woman, over! =)

@busymomto5 said...

i would love to have my grandmother, she passed away a long time ago and would have loved my 5 kids.

Amanda le Panda said...

I would love to have Julia Child to dinner... what entertainment!

Cheers on the fun blog!

Baby.Got.Craft said...

JFK - I have some serious questions....

Amy Jo said...

I would ask honest abe over for dinner. I have some questions about our country I would love to ask, and he was successful so I feel he could give me the answer =)

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Savvy Hostess said...

I would love to have Audrey Hepburn over for a dinner party, she was such a classic and had such spunk. I just think it would be so interesting to sit and visit with her.

adye said...

I would love to invite Ellen Degeneres over for dinner! So fun!!

Rhonda said...

I would love to have Beth Moore at my home. I would love to win this giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I've always known I'd meet Will Smith one day, so I'd have to say he'd be the first invited to my dinner party LOL

c_lavallee at hotmail

Ginger said...

I love these boxes! So fun! I would want to hang out with Ellen!

gingerbutler_@hotmail.com

Lynn Osborne said...

Hmm, I would invite Oprah. Thanks for the chance to win! lynnosborne [at] verizon[dot]net

Setting the Mood said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE tabletopics!!

momof2Boys said...

I would have to say Eleen cause she is so entertaining.

LJMH said...

I would love to chat with Jane Pauley

Tifferlee83 said...

Tina Fey! She just kills me. LOVE.

ProjectHope7 said...

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Cassandra said...

Definitely Lewis Carroll, he seems such an interesting person.

Jeanmarie said...

I would have Rosie O'Donnell over, break out the Table Topics, and laugh with her at our brutally honest answers to life's most interesting questions...

Amber said...

Mick Jagger when he was young and adorable and performed at the T.A.M.I. music awards in 1964 singing 'I Feel Alright'. I would love to invite the 1964 Mick. But hell, what stories he would have to tell now so that would be okay too. Can I have both versions of him?

dimpleprints said...

Does it have to be a famous person? Hands down my dear grandma, she is hilarious, so entertaining, always fun & chatty! Lucky to still have her, want to cherish it while I can. Carli-DimplePrints

Laura said...

I want to have Jerry Seinfeld at my dinner table for just one meal. That man is HILARIOUS!

Nathalie said...

I have always wanted to have these! I would like to have Giada De Laurentiis. I think she is just such a cool chica. Don't know about the dinner part, too much stress!

http://pinecornsandrainpuddles.blogspot.com said...

I keep putting off buying these but I really want some for our family road trips with our friends!

I've always said I'd love to have Steve Martin for dinner. He can make me laugh just by one facial expression. He can go from slap-stick to intellectual humor, then throw in music and dancing to boot!

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Heather said...

Definitely Jimmy Fallon. My heart swoons for an evening with him and he would make any dinner party a killer time!

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Elizabeth KS said...

Such fun! The Barefoot Contessa or Julia Child - to get some tips on the dinner!

Today Hilary... said...

Lady Gaga just to see what she'd wear.

Alison said...

Lucille Ball... I would love that!

As for someone that is alive... I would love to have Kevin Bacon over for dinner. Fun!!!

liss327 said...

Hum- there are so many interesting people. Right now I need a laugh so I would have to say Carlos Mencia.

the mrs. said...

hmmm...I would invite Biz Markie. My son would go crazy.

Kristy said...

I really would enjoy my husband to meet my grandma who went to heaven when I was younger. If I could just have a evening again with her would be wonderful.

Elizabeth Delaney said...

steve carell

Tay said...

These look super fun!

I would invite LtCol Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain... most people don't know who he is, but if you read Killer Angels or have seen the movie Gettysburg you would know about him. He was crucial to winning Little Big Top in the battle for Gettysburg during the civil war. He was injured multiple times yet still pressed on... I would love to hear his stories firsthand and ask him how he continued.

the thorntons said...

I would totally invite Oprah as long as I got to use the table cards to ask her questions!

I have wanted these things for so long, hope I win!

The Perfect Bridesmaid said...

Wow-tough question. Jesus and/or Mother Theresa-how exciting would that be.

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