Who would you dine with?

@Swtrose (3399)
Canada
April 1, 2007 9:31pm CST
If you could invite any five people living or did over the course of history who would you choose and why?
3 responses
@coolseeds (3925)
• United States
3 Apr 07
There are more than 5 but I'll try to narrow it down. 1. Moses because I want to know if he stole his writings from Egypt. Egypt has very similar (almost exact) stories from earlier times and Moses did have the opportunity to steal them. 2. Hitler. I need to know WTF he was thinking. 3. Da Vinci was a clever ape. I think it would be interesting to speak with someone so clever. 4. Adam for obvious reasons. 5. Hippocrates. The father of medicine because many of the things he discovered are still practiced today.
@Swtrose (3399)
• Canada
3 Apr 07
Interesting variety of people there.
@anya11111 (169)
• India
2 Apr 07
mahatma gandhi:true lover of peace! marlyn monroe:,ost glamorous woman! shakespere: greatest autor aryabhatta: first scientist of the world shivaji maharaj: ruler of hindu hearts! first one to get rid of muslim terrorism! elvis: greatest stage entertainer.
@Swtrose (3399)
• Canada
3 Apr 07
I think Shakespeare would have been someone interested to dine with.
@whywiki (6070)
• Canada
2 Apr 07
If I could dine with 5 people from the course of history, wouldn't that be great. Just imagine the things you could learn. What would you serve? My first guest would be John Lennon. I would like to learn more about his opinions on world peace and how we could achieve it. My second guest would be Marilyn Munroe. I would need a life of the party for the men to fawn over. Third on my list would be Errol Flynn, we would need a man there to make all the women feel beautiful. Fouth would be Hitler, I would want to know why and there always has to be someone to hate at a party and gossip about. Fifth would be Kid Rock. Just because I think he would be a lot of fun and keep Hitler in line. After Dinner Lennon and Rock could shake the house down.
@Swtrose (3399)
• Canada
3 Apr 07
I would of love to have heard John Lennon's opinions and views on world peace too.