Will, Steve, and John, The Partygoers
are a three-member group of San Franciscans dedicated to "spreading goodwill
through the spontaneous visitation (sic) of social gatherings and celebrations."
They're party crashers - but wait! With the idea in mind that San Francisco
can never have too many characters, the Partygoers' aim is to put themselves
at the head of the personality parade. They appeared in the San Francisco
Chronicle just weeks after launching their entertaining web site, which
documents the dozens of parties they've visitated and explains how
you, too, can ingratiate yourself to the host or hostess who might not
know you from Adam or, for that matter, Eve. The Partygoers are Will, Steve,
and John, members of the City's creative community (design, advertising,
film) whose interest in San Francisco and regular San Franciscans compels
them to get in on the fun. For Steve, just finding a party is the best
part of a Partygoers adventure. "If you want to tip us off to a party,"
he says, "just tell us where it is in a five block radius." By all accounts
a pleasure to revel with, the Partygoers don't steal and they don't try
to cause any other trouble when making the scene. "If someone asks us to
leave we go right away," says Will. "We listen for names on the way in,"
John adds, "One time this lady asked us who were were and I said, 'Oh,
we're with Mary.' She said, 'I'm Mary.' So we left."
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