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Bill Murray Party

August 1, 2012

Everybody loves Bill Murray. He’s a ghostbuster, he had a hilarious cameo in Zombieland, he’s been in pretty much every Wes Anderson movie, he’s part owner of the Saint Paul Saints, he banged Gilda Radner. Bill Murray’s done so much cool shit in his lifetime that his fans would forgive him for doing three more Garfield movies.

He totally seems like the kind of guy you’d want to party with which is why the announcement of the Bill Murray Party Crashing Tour sounds so awesome.

Of course it’s not true but wouldn’t that be awesome? Bill Murray drinking and singing karaoke at your party?

No he won’t.

It’s really too bad this is a made up story. That would be so much fun just to see how many people would fly banners outside their house to lure in Bill Murray to get drunk and belt out some karaoke. I’d totally put a banner in front of my house in hopes that Mr. Murray would crash my party. Here’s how I’d set it up.

Bill Murray knocks on my door. I open it wearing a Bill Murray mask and the leather Ernie McCracken shirt. Nobody else is in the house. There’s five bottles of Sailor Jerry rum on the coffee table and Elvis Costello’s “(What’s So Funny Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?” is playing on a constant loop on the karaoke machine. I’ll look him right in the eyes, say “nobody will ever believe you” and slam the door in his face.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Dale permalink
    August 1, 2012 11:20 am

    It’s not a made up story. The parties are happening all over the country. See for yourself
    This one is tonight and Bill Murray’s agent will be there:

    Around the country:

    • Bill permalink
      August 1, 2012 11:24 am

      Dude, if you think it’s real maybe you should check some of the of the stories (it’s a fake news site) or call the party hotline number on that schedule (I called it. It’s the # for the Westboro Baptist Church). Sorry to burst your bubble.

      • Bill permalink
        August 1, 2012 11:26 am

        He has crashed parties in New York before, that’s what makes it so believable.

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