FUCK! It’s a Donnybrook Valentine’s Day Party!

Written by  //  February 5, 2008  //  Donnyblurbs  //  13 Comments


We’re throwing this party because this day belongs to us. We are above Valentine’s Day because of our international allure, which means that at any moment we could bed any possible human being, making the whole celebration ours for the taking.

Also, Valentine’s Day was named “Danny and Nina Day” by none other than our own Mayor Hickenlooper in 2007. That’s right. They’re cute enough that he gave Valentine’s Day to them.

LOCATION: Meadowlark Bar, right next to Larimer Lounge.


The Kissing Party.

Roger, Roll.


Danny de Zayas, who DJed in New York and Miami for dance nights like Revolver.

Father Guido, your beloved King of the Snobcast.

Our own Col. Hector Bravado will be Emceeing. Come see him make jokes about hand jobs.

Come touch a Donnybrookite, Valentine’s Day.

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13 Comments on "FUCK! It’s a Donnybrook Valentine’s Day Party!"

  1. Col. Hector Bravado February 5, 2008 at 9:37 pm · Reply

    I still maintain it’s “Donnybrooker.” We need to settle this.

  2. Ivyy February 5, 2008 at 10:44 pm · Reply

    Donnybrooker sounds so proletariat. Donnybrookite, please. Donnybrookian, even.

  3. Anonymous February 6, 2008 at 6:55 am · Reply

    Hate to see the spelling error in “inaugural”, especially give that Donnybrook is a “writing academy”

  4. Anonymous February 6, 2008 at 7:02 am · Reply

    You are officially forgiven. I could have sworn I typed an ‘n’ at the end of given. I guess even the (not so) infallible Anonymous makes mistakes.

  5. Col. Hector Bravado February 6, 2008 at 7:31 am · Reply

    I find “Donnybrookite” sits oddly on the ear. One could go to the verge of breakdown trying to discern which syllable to stress. “Donnybrookian”? Hmm. Maybe.
    Yours in ambivalence,

  6. Ivyy February 6, 2008 at 8:49 am · Reply

    Donnybrookians are so above thou that we don’t worry about petty things like the “correct” (i.e. peasant) spelling of a word. inagural is correct, as far as we are concerned, which really isn’t that far. That said, our spellchecking servants are so fired.

    Yours in lazy snobbery,

  7. Bang Tango'ed February 6, 2008 at 9:40 am · Reply

    February 14th will be spent by my lonesome in a cheap Charlotte airport hotel, drinking chardonnay infused with pink food coloring, and indulging in reruns of golden girls. Tis a shame.

  8. Team Donnybrook
    godonnybrook February 6, 2008 at 10:52 am · Reply

    re: anonymous
    That flier was not made by any of us “writers” so the spelling blame can not be assigned to anyone who has gone through the academy.

  9. Anonymous February 6, 2008 at 3:36 pm · Reply

    Donnybrookike is much better.

  10. nina February 6, 2008 at 3:43 pm · Reply

    Put me down as voting for Donnybrokite. Having the word “kite” in there makes me think of lush green meadows with grazing fawn.

  11. Danny February 6, 2008 at 3:47 pm · Reply

    To clarify an error in this post: I never DJed at Revolver, although I was a fixture there during there early years and DJed elsewhere around town. I had my own nights in New York, Panic and Leisure…the names of which really work better as the name of one night–”Panic and Leisure!”

    That out of the way, “Donnybrooker” is ghastly and declasse. I’m proud to be a “Donnybrookite” (you know, like I was a Brooklynite)

  12. Col. Hector Bravado February 6, 2008 at 8:47 pm · Reply

    I grudgingly defer to the addled whimsies of the group.
    But I defy you to pronounce it without sounding like fools.

  13. Toastface Killa February 11, 2008 at 12:42 am · Reply

    I watched “Party Monster” tonight and noticed on one of the club flyers the phrase “No poor or ugly people allowed.”

    That definitely needs to get worked into the next round of invites.

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