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The Dinner Party

The Dinner Party

TO: Sally, Evan, Tess, Robin, Lily, Cole, Nina, Joy
CC: Toby
FROM: Brent
SUBJECT: A Late February Dinner Something

January 30, 3:11PM

You Guys!

Hope everyone is doing fabulously. So! I’m sure Tobin or myself have spoken to each of you as a couple or individually but we are finally getting our shit together enough to have a dinner party at our place. It’s been months (Years??) since we’ve tried to get something together so—Hey.—why not assemble the old Dinner Party Crew together to do something.

A few things! We are thinking of having this on February 22 since most of you said you were slammed through February and that a Saturday is best too. Please to confirm and thank you. Since this is Los Angeles and food trends are more fashionable than actual fashion trends, please relay what you can and cannot eat. We will do our best to accommodate!

Woo: very excited to get the old gang back together. Peace from the East (Hollywood).

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