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Bachelor party ideas

Mike C.

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I'm looking for ideas... it's the first of our group of friends to go. He's only 24.
 

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here's the thing - somebody will say not to bring hookers and/or strippers. that is silly talk. have women, and lots of liquor. and cigars. maybe light drugs. have fun.
 

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here's the thing - somebody will say not to bring hookers and/or strippers. that is silly talk. have women, and lots of liquor. and cigars. maybe light drugs. have fun.
Just don't invite the Duke lacrosse team.

Globe, I'm hoping your wife doesn't ever look over your shoulder while you're typing.
 

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Originally Posted by Steve B.
Just don't invite the Duke lacrosse team.

Globe, I'm hoping your wife doesn't ever look over your shoulder while you're typing.



Hookers not strippers. Dancing hookers if you must. Hookers are safer than strippers in the long run.
 

globetrotter

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Originally Posted by Steve B.
Just don't invite the Duke lacrosse team.

Globe, I'm hoping your wife doesn't ever look over your shoulder while you're typing.



LOL - I had the most boring bachlor party in the world, and I regret it and am trying to save others from that fate.
 

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Vegas.

Check out a strip joint after dinner for a couple of hours and get your drink on. Then head to a club, one of which you've arranged ahead of time to get bottle service. Then maybe check out some afterhours and drugs wouldn't hurt. That's just night 1.

Night 2 get a big suite at a hotel and have a couple of hot strippers come by, as opposed to ugly ones. And have plenty of alcohol available.

or you can go to a group poetry reading or hang out at a cafe.
 

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please don't do the stripper thing, unless they are an appetizer.

a man's last night of freedom should involve sex and drugs.
 

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What's the time frame (a day, a night, full weekend?) and budget?
 

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Originally Posted by globetrotter
here's the thing - somebody will say not to bring hookers and/or strippers. that is silly talk. have women, and lots of liquor. and cigars. maybe light drugs. have fun.

Hookers, not strippers.

Cocaine and E, not light drugs.

Blunts, not cigars.



In all seriousness though, enjoy the party. I'm sure that whatever ends up happening will be a great time you'll remember for a long time to come. Have a blast man!
 

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Originally Posted by globetrotter
here's the thing - somebody will say not to bring hookers and/or strippers. that is silly talk. have women, and lots of liquor. and cigars. maybe light drugs. have fun.

I cannot agree more!
 

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Many guys will have a day of golfing or going to a ball game and then a nice dinner as a bachelor party idea. I think traditional is best. My buddy got married last fall and he didn't want strippers because guys from his family would be there. It was kind of lame. I felt bad for him so I took him to Windsor where they girls are fully nude. We had a blast. A good dinner+casino+tons of beer+strip clubs and lots of lap dances+1 more ATM trip+a late night visit to an oriental massage parlor=a great night out. He enjoyed it and got married a few day slater. I know when he is my best man he will know to get strippers.
 

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Rudy: Let's have a bachelor party with chicks and guns and fire trucks and hookers and drugs and booze!
Gary: Yeah! Yeah yeah! All the things that make life worth living for!
 

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People still do that, huh? Lame.
 

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Originally Posted by mrpologuy
Many guys will have a day of golfing or going to a ball game and then a nice dinner as a bachelor party idea. I think traditional is best. My buddy got married last fall and he didn't want strippers because guys from his family would be there. It was kind of lame. I felt bad for him so I took him to Windsor where they girls are fully nude. We had a blast. A good dinner+casino+tons of beer+strip clubs and lots of lap dances+1 more ATM trip+a late night visit to an oriental massage parlor=a great night out. He enjoyed it and got married a few day slater. I know when he is my best man he will know to get strippers.


If there are straight-laced people you don't want to feel excluded, you should throw a dummy bachelor party first. Dinner, drinks and pleasant conversation. They can report back to your fiance about how civilized your BP was, and how on your last night of freedom you thought only of her.

Tell everyone else to meet up after 10pm.
 

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