Saturday Snapshot: A Party for the End of the World

A friend of mine had planned to host a holiday party Friday evening–and when she realized it was the last day of the Mayan calendar, it promptly became a Holidoom party, with appropriately-themed food and activities.  There were Ground Zero Grilled Cheese sandwiches, Dinosaur chicken nuggets, a Chocolate Tar Pit, and Zombie Gingerbread Men.  And I am happy to report that we saved the world in a truly epic game of Pandemic.

It was a pot-luck, so before the party I set myself thinking along the lines of puns…and cooked up a dish of Mushroom Clouds, Radiation Leeks and Mutant Yellow Tomatoes.

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I couldn’t come up with much in the way of themed-clothes, but I did wear my skull-and-crossbones socks!

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Heading to any holiday parties this weekend? Ever been to a party with a stranger theme?

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16 Responses to Saturday Snapshot: A Party for the End of the World

  1. Sounds fun! I love your punny dish! My sisters and I have a Ragnarok party every year in July. (Norse end of the world.) We’ve been doing this for years, and have still managed to have one every year together even though we are now rather spread across the state. Its origins are rather dubious, but basically it’s just an excuse to party and stay up ’til midnight drinking rootbeer floats. :p

    • I LOVE that!! I think I have to tell my friend who hosted the Holidoom party. We may need to copy the tradition. And that’s so great that you have it with your sisters every year. Families always get together on Christmas, so why not another holiday? 🙂

  2. What a fun idea! I love it! 🙂

  3. Louise says:

    Ha. I love the name for your dish, and those snazzy socks. Glad you had a great party.

  4. joyweesemoll says:

    What fun! I love the name of your dish. Sounds like a terrific party!

  5. How fun! Somehow the tomatoes seem much more menacing with the “radiation” in the description. 🙂

  6. dianem57 says:

    You and your friend are very creative! The party sounds like it was a lot of fun.

  7. Too funny! That looks delicious and I love the socks!

  8. What a fabulous idea! Love the look of the food…and the socks! Thanks for sharing, and here’sMY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POST

  9. Kaye says:

    How fun! I love your socks!!

  10. Well so glad we are all still here — wasn’t too worried though:)

  11. BermudaOnion says:

    How fun! My husband and son had an “end of the world” themed tasting last night.

  12. I bet your party was a blast!! Love the dish cooking..making me hungry and the socks are so cute!!!

  13. Sounds like it was a fun time! And awesome socks!
    Rebecca @ The Key to the Gate

  14. Brona says:

    What a great way to celebrate the end of the world!!

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