I've been debating over whether or not I should invite people over for an election night party. It wouldn't be a huge party, especially considering the election is in 2 days; just some snacks, some cnn (or fox news if Obama is in the lead and we want to watch grown men weep big tears of sadness), some drinks, and whatever friends want to join us. But I'm not entirely certain having an election party will end well.
I mean, we could have the chance to watch history being made and be able to say we saw it happen with a room full of friends. Or we could all do shots and get blind drunk if our candidate doesn't win. And offer each other suggestions on good countries to move to after January. Hell, some of my friends might even like different candidates and be able to rub it in everyone's face should their guy win in a surprise upset. What I'm trying to say in a very roundabout, poorly written way is that it could either be a lot of fun or the worst party in the history of parties. And I just can't make up my mind.
So, what do you think? Do you want to come over to watch the election results at my house? Do you think a party is a bad idea? Do you want to be at your own house so you can start packing the moving boxes if your candidate doesn't win?
It seems that I can't promise your candidate the win if you come over here, but I can promise cookies and booze and that's got to count for something, right?