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NTF : December 13th 2010
Quiz 1. It’syour best friend’s birthday and you know how she loves to celebrate, what is your plan for the night? A. Meet her at afavourite club for a quick drink and achat beforeleaving her in the hands of your friends. B. Arrange afull night of entertainment at avariety of venues with no chance of escape before sunrise. C. Plan afantastic celebration from start to finish, including all her favourite things with amatching colour scheme. D. Catch up with her beforeher party,you really don’tfeel like partying tonight and you aresureshe will understand. 2. The weekend is rapidly approaching and partying is on your mind. What is your foremost thought? A. If Icatch up with everyone for an hour Ican sneak out while they plan their next place to stop. B. Surely Friday should be part of the weekend, how can Ileave work early and start the partying sooner? C. To night’sparty will be an absolute blast, Ijust have to make sureall the drinks areout, the music is ready,the food is fresh... D. Can Iget away with another party- free weekend or should Imake an appearance to keep everyone happy? 3. Sunday morning party updates arebeing exchanged between your friends, where areyou? A. At home in bed, you left beforethe end of the festivities so you will hear all the news later. B. At alate-night bar with agroup of revellers you met at aclub, watching the sunrise. C. Relaxing in bed beforetackling the cleaning, it’sthe one downside to hosting aparty at your place. D. Enjoying some quiet at home, you didn’tmake it to the celebration last night so you arecatching all the gossip via text. 4. Ascheduled 12am finish for aparty is: A. Perfect, you can arrive at 11 and be out of thereinunder an hour. B. Devastating! Aparty has barely warmed up by 12, but at least you’ll have time to catch the late-night clubs. C. Acarefully planned manoeuvreto make sureeveryone leaves your bash wanting more. D. Still far too late for you, home sounds much moreinviting. 5. Yo uare just arriving at the party,what is the first thing you do? A. Catch the host for aquick chat and make an appearance with your friends; if you leave early at least you caught up with the important people. B. Pause at the entrance and take an inventory of how many cool people arethereand who you think might be up for an all-nighter. C. Set up the props and decorations, of course you still have an hour before anyone is due to appear,but that gives you plenty of time to organise everything. D. I’m thereinspirit, but Ijust couldn’t make it to the get-together tonight. Yo uare the queen of the cameo appearance. Yo uwon’tmiss the event, but only stay ashort while beforeretiring to other activities. Whether your interests lie in making an appearance at multiple events or just hitting the pillow early,you always leave the partiers wanting more. Having never missed aparty in your life, you have been dubbed the diehardof the group. Yo uwould be the last to leave –unless another fantastic event is promised –and infuse the celebration with your inimitable party flair and absolute enthusiasm. How you can expel so much energy and still be stunning the next day is an endlessly enviable trait. Yo ulove to party,but most of all you love to create them. Whether you have organised an intimate soiree or founded a celebration to rival schoolies week, your parties arealways intricately detailed. Nothing pleases you morethan to see your guests in full party mode, enjoying your very own event. When you make an appearance at a party your nearest and dearest tend to gape in amazement. Yo uare renowned for being the missing person at events but in spite of that label, you appear at just enough celebrations to ensureyou continue to be on the guest lists. Be it a super-busy calendar or just a preference for home life, celebrations often take aback seat. party style ©Copyright Eveningsong Ink: Auspac Media CAMEO QUEEN OR MISSING PERSON? TAKE OUR QUIZ TO FIND OUT WHATTYPE OF PARTYANIMAL YOU ARE. 18
December 6th 2010