The VIP-list to a fictive bacchanalia

Frank the Tank leads the crowd of our fictive party in streaking.

Frank the Tank leads the crowd of our fictive party in streaking.

What if you could have a party with fictive characters? You know, from TV-series, movies, comic books, all the characters that made us laugh through the years. We came up with a VIP-list to create the most unreal bacchanalia of all time. Hopefully some Hollywood producer will accept the challenge and make one hell of a movie. Until that time use your own imagination what would happen if you would have the following guys in one party.

 

Homer Simpson from TV-hit The Simpsons; always in for beer and drunken mayhem.

Homer Simpson from TV-hit The Simpsons; always in for beer and drunken mayhem.

Jack Malloy and his bunny Mr. Floppy; puts drinking before his own children, while his fluffy alter ego is a great story teller, with a clear opinion on how life should be.

Jack Malloy and his bunny Mr. Floppy of TV-show Unhappily ever after; Jack puts drinking before his own children, while his fluffy alter ego is a great story teller, with a clear opinion on how life should be.

Captain Haddock from the comic book Tintin; known for his alcohol abuse and colorful tirades when he gets mad.

Captain Haddock from the comic book Tintin; known for his alcohol abuse and colorful tirades when he gets mad.

Steve Stifler from American Pie; not always lucky with the ladies or with what he drinks, but for sure this guy knows how to party.

Steve Stifler from American Pie; not always lucky with the ladies or with what he drinks, but for sure this guy knows how to party.

Van Wilder from the movie with the same name; eternal student who makes a career out of drunken fun.

Van Wilder from the movie with the same name; eternal student who makes a career out of drunken fun.

Peter Griffin from Family Guy; maybe not the most responsible father that ever lived, but when he hits the booze his ideas are epic.

Peter Griffin from Family Guy; maybe not the most responsible father that ever lived, but when he hits the booze his ideas are epic.

Charlie Harper from two and a half men; a true role model for every guy who likes drinking and women.

Charlie Harper from two and a half men; a true role model for every guy who likes drinking and women.

Barney Stinson from How I met your mother; remember the bro code, while you join his scams to pick up women and don't forget to suit up!

Barney Stinson from How I met your mother; remember the bro code, while you join his scams to pick up women and don’t forget to suit up!

The gang from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia; spend their lives getting drunk in their own bar, while they come up with ridiculous plans to get rich. This could bring some life to our party.

The gang from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia; spend their lives getting drunk in their own bar, while they come up with ridiculous plans to get rich. This could bring some life to our party.

Willie from the movie Bad Santa; although some consider him a nasty drunk, you keep inviting him. Somebody has to be the asshole at this party.

Willie from the movie Bad Santa; although some consider him a nasty drunk, you keep inviting him. Somebody has to be the asshole at this party.

Aldous Snow from the mvies Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Get him to the Greek; this washed up rock star knows that life is about so much more than just work. Sex, drugs and rock 'n roll baby!

Aldous Snow from the mvies Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Get him to the Greek; this washed up rock star knows that life is about so much more than just work. Sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll baby!

Captain Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean; Aaaaarrrr maties, I thought this was a pirrrate parrrty!

Captain Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean; Aaaaarrrr maties, I thought this was a pirrrate parrrty!

Michael Kelso from That 70's Show; somebody has to jump off the roof at this party.

Michael Kelso from That 70’s Show; well, somebody has to jump off the roof first at this party.

Agents Slater and Michaels with their compadre McLovin from the movie Superbad; if we want any cops to show up at this party it better be these lunatics.

Agents Slater and Michaels with their compadre McLovin from the movie Superbad; if we want any cops to show up at this party it better be these lunatics.

Alan Garner from The Hangover; well somebody has to provide the roofies at this party and this kid is the guy for the job.

Alan Garner from The Hangover; well somebody has to provide the roofies at this party and this kid is the guy for the job.

Hank Moody from the TV-show Californication; invited cause he can enjoy a good drink. We are not sure if some of the other guests will understand his literary bullshit.

Hank Moody from the TV-show Californication; invited cause he can enjoy a good drink. We are not sure if some of the other guests will understand his literary bullshit.

Frank the Tank from the movie Oldschool; kicked out by his wife, but quite happy living at a dormitory. The ultimate proof that you can't kill a true party spirit.

Frank the Tank from the movie Old school; kicked out by his wife, but quite happy living at a dormitory. The ultimate proof that you can’t kill a true party spirit.

Lieutanant Colonel Frank Slade from the movie Scent of a Woman; the heavily drinking former officer who lost his eyesight in a grenade juggling act. For sure he can give this party a highly explosive character.

Lieutanant Colonel Frank Slade from the movie Scent of a Woman; the heavily drinking former officer who lost his eyesight in a grenade juggling act. For sure he can give this party a highly explosive character.

Micky Bumbar

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