The phenomenon of hiring a male stripper to celebrate your impending nuptials is a hard one to explain. I, for one, do not quite understand the void that it fills in the life of the soon to be married woman. In fact, if aliens arrived on this planet and the first thing they encountered was a greased up naked man tossing around a group of women, they would probably annihilate the lot of us, for being a superfluous species. More
Topic: bachelorette party
When it comes to celebrating a woman’s last night of freedom, there are a number of options. Some involve the scandalous, others the more relaxing.
But the key to planning or attending a bachelorette party is knowing the bride, loving the bride, and humiliating the bride. I don’t care if all she wants is a spa day — penis necklaces match hot stones very nicely. More
Planning a wedding should be a joyous time — albeit a stressful time — leading up to an even more joyous event filled with family, friends and love.
But for some people, getting engaged marks the beginning of a long life of oversharing on Facebook. It begins with 50 pictures of the proposal. Then the cheesy engagement photos. Then come the constant status updates about invitations, wedding colors and cake tastings, followed by a 300-photo album from the engagement session, 250 pictures of the shower, 101 images from the bachelorette party, and finally, the climactic 500-photo album of the wedding. More
Over at guyism.com, writer Shawn Norris has an article about how to ruin a bachelor party. His list includes such faux pas as saying something inappropriate to the bride’s father, passing out early, and rufie-ing the jaeger, a la “The Hangover.”
But bachelors aren’t the only ones who can kill an evening. More
Good for you Cheryl Hines – I stand by you in your rigid avoidance of all things cliched for bachelorette festivities. Sure, all these ladies can sit around giggling in their pink feather boas and fluffy white crowns, but you … More