10 Ways You Can Ruin a Good, Well-Planned Bachelor Party
BACHELOR PARTIES DEFINED
Bachelor parties, as a rule, are solely-intended to celebrate a groom's last night of bachelorhood. And that's cool. What a way for a few close male buds to say what they need to say to their pal who, in the next 24 hours will go from carefree bachelor, eating, saying, living, going, coming, and doing what "he" wants to a responsible, mature, hard-working co-provider for his bride who stole his heart with one sensual wink. Not a hard task for her at all.
There are several ways to fully-describe a good bachelor party ranging from wild to ground-breaking, with lots of memories made by the party attendees that can be laughed at for years to come. Yes, there just might be a few sad memories to bring tears to the band of bachelor buddies to make the night complete.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A bachelor party (in the United States, Canada), also known as a stag party, stag night, stag do (in Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, and New Zealand), or a buck's night (in Australia) is a party held for a man shortly before he enters marriage, to celebrate his "last night of freedom" or merely to spend time with his male or female friends, who are often but may not be at his wedding party afterwards.
- A bachelor party is usually planned by the best man or other friends of the groom, occasionally, with the assistance of a bachelor party planning company. As it is a celebration of a man's last night of freedom, it is quite common but not always the case that friends of the groom will organize female company such as strippers or topless waitresses as a last goodbye to that part of the groom's life. It is also common that it is a last-ditch attempt to lead the groom into temptation before the wedding and to make sure he is fully committed to his marriage proposal.
IT'S SAD WHEN YOU CAN'T AFFORD A SIMPLE BACHELOR PARTY
I never had a bachelor party. I did not have the funds to swing it due to me having a low-paying factory job. I did attend one of my closest pal's bachelor party and it was beyond mild, let me tell you. There was a good reason: He is a pastor and it wouldn't sit well with his church members, wife, kids, and family to get "blind, running drunk," and stagger throughout the restaurant where he had his party--cursing-out every stranger he fell on. Not a wise move to give him a traditional "wild man" bachelor party.
Normally, these items are standard equipment for a good old-fashioned, hangover making, rip the buttons of your shirt, secular bachelor party: Booze, and plenty of it, junk food by the bag and filling the tables, pornographic DVD's, pornographic music (if it can be found) and a professional pole dancer named, "Bambi," who scores $2,000.00 for one hour's work by the guys planning the party. The makings of a good bachelor party, I have to say.
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READY FOR "PRANKS IN THE FAST LANE?"
There are a number of places to have a bachelor party. Bars (if the party doesn't get out of hand), on a party boat, in a motel suite, in someone's furnished-basement or in a club. Take your pick. Somehow no matter where the bachelor party is held, someone is going to be out some money either by bar tab, another pole dancer or for foolish dancing and breakage to the bar or individual's furnished-basment.
One day this week, I was thinking if I could find out at least
10 Ways You Can Ruin a Good, Well-Planned Bachelor Party
10.) Forget to order the kegs of beer.
9.) Tell the professional pole dancers the wrong address.
8.) Have the bachelor's last "ex" girlfriend to make a cameo appearance out of the cake.
7.) Pass the honored bachelor some Sominex. Then you and your friends place him in the bed with several willing pole dancers and make tons of photos to be posted of Facebook.
6). Invite the bachelor's grandparents to his party by telling them is is only a simple dinner that is being given in his honor.
5.) Turn loose around 200 frogs in the party location (but not a bar) before any of the guests arrive.
4.) When the party kicks into high gear, sneak away and call the police and report the use of controlled subtances. Video the look on his face as the police "slap the cuffs" on him while they frisk him.
3.) Sneak in some trick chairs and place them around the table where guests will sit and eat. What fun to see drunken partiers start to sit down with plate in hand and the chair gives way.
2.) Pay someone before the party starts, to put a few non-poisonous snakes in the bathtub of the house, motel room, or furnished-basment. Then when someone uses the bathroom to "lose the beer in their bladder,' lock the door without the poor guest knowing it.
1.) You and the local cops have this planned way before the party starts. Some time into the night as the party winds down, have the two cops stand and lean against the bachelor's car--ready for him when he wants to get home and "sleep it off." Tell the other guests to make their get-away before the cops can talk to them.
NOTE: if you pull-off these 10 diabolical pranks, you stand to lose three things:
- All of your buddies, bachelor included, at this party.
- The bride of the bachelor, who really liked you.
- Your good name and self-respect.
Now are you still game?
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