Party for two?

A friend heard this subtle malaphor from a seating host at a restaurant.   This is a mash up of “party of two” and “table for two”, both expressions used at restaurants.   This is in contrast to a true party for two, noted by Shania Twain in her hit, “Party for Two”:

BRIDGE:
It doesn’t matter what you wear
‘Cause it’s only gonna be
you and me there (Whoa!)

CHORUS:
I’m having a party
A party for two
Invitin’ nobody
Nobody but you

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