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Bachelor party ideas

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by AndrewJS0220, Mar 11, 2013.

  1. AndrewJS0220

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  2. Scottyb06

    Scottyb06 Well-Known Member

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    I've been to one traditional bachelor party and that was enough for me. I wasn't able to have one for myself because my friends were in a different state. If we were all together, it would probably involve a round of golf, steaks, and a cigar.
     
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  3. AndrewJS0220

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    All of us are getting together in Phoenix.
     
  4. ter1413

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    No. I wouldn't wear it even if I was the groom.

    I planned a bachelor party several years ago. I reserved the back room of a restaurant for us. Appr 25 guys showed. The groom to be didn't know what we were going to do...he only knew where to meet me. I got a list of some friends that he had that I didn't know and called and invited them. We had drinks and some food. Then we hit a local strip spot for some added fun. Nothing was really over the top. Though some guys did have a "blast" at the strip spot.
    It was a REALLY good time as some of us had not seen each other in years.

    I paid for the drinks and food at the restaurant(another friend also chipped in.) Everyone else paid their own way at the strip spot.
     
  5. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Well-Known Member

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    Please don't force the guys to wear that monstrosity.

    A bachelor party is pretty simple. Sporting event (participant or spectator) + steaks + cigars. Strip club is optional. I've noticed that the strip club option is particularly popular with married guys who otherwise have no reason to see a woman other then their wife naked.
     
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    PLUS FUKKIN ONE!
     
  7. VinnyMac

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    That's hilarious, but it probably would turn out to be more of a hassle than you're planning for. Some of the guys would probably end up with outfits that fit too big or too small for them to be comfortable in. Not to mention, who knows what type of cheap fabric they used? Someone would probably manage to rip it....funny idea though.
     
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    YES! That is so awesome. I just went to a Foxwoods Bachelor Party and it was a blast. Wish I saw this post earlier.
     
  10. Dempsy444

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    Definitely a NO on the pajama suit.

    Props for my best man. He came up with the idea of renting a race track and taking ferarris around it. A great experience for a group. Not cheap but a lot cheaper than it sounds.

    http://exoticsracing.com
     

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