Bachelor and bachelorette parties are a tricky art. There are a lot of ideas out there about how it should go. But what really happens at bachelor and bachelorette parties?
This is a story of a bachelorette party my wife attended that ended up on the internet at a XXX site. My wife and her friends didn't know that the entire party was being recorded. Two weeks after Jens first bachelorette party with all her friends family and bridesmaids it came to the time of the little private bachelorette party that I had organised just for her and myself.
I was the maid of honor and I planned the most extravagant party: penis straws, penis suckers, sashes that had 'bride' and 'bridesmaids' bedazzled across the front, you name it! With the cliche bachelorette party decorations comes the cliche bachelorette party strippers. My friend loved them and it was all in good fun.
An ex-bf of mine was in a wedding, but decided not to go to the bachelor party because he knew it was going to be crazy. Turns out they hired a couple of hookers not strippersgot a hotel room in Baltimore, brought lots of alcohol and drugs, and shit got cray. They did all kinds of drugs all at the same time with these lovely ladies.
Bride-to-be Syreeta Harvey chuckled as she watched one of her girlfriends poke fun at the nude male model about to pose for her bachelorette party. A tray of red and yellow Jell-O shots sat on a table a few feet away, next to a bottle of Barefoot pink moscato and a stack of penis-shaped straws. While stereotypical bachelor and bachelorette parties tend toward venues like strip joints and trendy nightclubs, in recent years, altar-bound couples have gotten more creative — and more tailored.
That's nearly the median U. But your implicit agreement, once all this wedding stuff thrusts itself into gear, to make the bride-to-be as happy as humanly possible throughout the entire process has its limits. Or rather, it should.
No doubt you've probably seen ads and commercials touting gifts for "The man who HAS everything". Well then, put yourself in my best friend's shoes and ask yourself, "How you plan a bachelorette party for a girl who has DONE most everything? Most bachelorette parties are based around the theme of doing something shocking or at least memorable, something along the lines of the "what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas" sort of event.
Instead of celebrating a bachelor party, maybe grooms-to-be should commemorate their final days of singledom by sitting quietly in their homes with a cup of tea. The bachelor hooks up with a girl and gives her his cell phone number so they can continue the party that night. The bride-to-be is sitting at home with the iPad getting all of the iMessages from the girl.