Thursday, March 5, 2009

I've seen it all now.

Yes that is right I can now officially say that I have seen and heard it all.

Jnr Hillbilly was invited to his first Tupperware party today. Yes that is right his first tupperware party.

What has the poor kid got to look forward to now when he becomes an adult?

10 comments:

Shannon said...

Hmmm, I'm sure he'll really enjoy that.

M & I are off to a Learning Ladder party on the weekend - at least there will be toys... lol

Melissa said...

HOw old is he????

Sharon S said...

Oh my!!! That has to be the most 'original' thing I have read in a long time.....hmmm let's hope he enjoys it...DO you have to go?

Lisa said...

One of my friends was going to have a Tupperware party for the kids, a cooking one. Lucky she canned it and decided Mums only for an evening with promises of champagne instead.

ingrid said...

Golly, I hope he gets lots of pocket money. I cant afford to buy tupperware myself atm, let alone my kids!

Ellie said...

He is 6 and yes I will have to go. It is straight after school. I think it is just a clever marketing ploy to get people to attend so they disguise it as a kids party..cheeky buggers. Next thing you know we will be attending an Amway gathering for kids lego cleaning products.

Jodes said...

That is insane Ellie. One of the most bizarre things I've heard/read this week. The mind boggles as to why you would turn your child's birthday party into a tupperware party.

Ellie said...

There is no birthday it is a fair dinkum tupperware party.

No gimmicks here Jodes...

I am betting by the end of the school year you, sorry I mean Miss Perfect will probably receive an invite for her first tupperware party.

Mothership said...

Wow, bet that poor kid will be the most popular in school - NOT!

What happened to pinatas, food fights, lollies till you spew and just plain laughing?

Maybe next month you could throw Junior a Kitchenaid party. ;)

Jodes said...

Oh, why did I assume it was a birthday party? Still, a bit whacko if you ask me...

I like Mothership's idea of the Kitchen Aid party.

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