Party Idioms

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Maria:Hey Jennifer! Long time no see. I thought I’d see you at PJ’s get-together.
Jennifer:I was planning to go but my boyfriend is such a party pooper. He said he was tired that night and just wanted a quiet dinner.
Maria:Everyone was looking for you! No party is complete without you. You know you’re the gang’s social butterfly.
Jennifer:Aw. I do miss everyone. How about a barbecue this weekend?
Maria:A barbecue? In the middle of winter? Everyone’s going to have a good laugh when we invite them.
Jennifer:Come on! It will be interesting. I’ll set up the indoor grill at my place around 6 or 7 pm. What do you say?
Maria:Sounds like a plan. I’ll tell the guys!

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Party idioms

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