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Tuesday, 21 July 2015
17 Things that Happen at a Hen Party
Hen parties are generally known as the classy, feminine counterpart of the stag do.
People who think that statement is true have clearly never been to a hen party.
The reality can be anything from an evening of simple dressing up, dares and daiquiris to witnessing someone’s seemingly demure 65-year-old aunt turn into a borderline sex pest.
Here are the 17 things that happen on every hen nig
Prosecco will be opened far too early in the day
But it’s a sophisticated drink!
So we can totally start drinking it at 11am.
The bride will be forced to disclose more about her sex life than she’d like to
Which is especially awkward if the two mothers are in attendance.
There will be an activity
Be it a coc
ktail making session or a
, hens are very keen on learning new skills – so long as they can drink in the process.
The getting ready process will almost be as long as the party
Only the wedding itself will have a longer getting-ready process than the hen do.
Attempts at classiness will be made
They will be abandoned no later than 9pm.
Tutus, fairy wings, feather boas – all the classy attire.
Willies. Willies as far as the eye can see.
There may be strippers
They’ll probably be disappointing.
Someone will have a pack of dare cards
Which means someone else will spend a chunk of the night trying to persuade men in a bar to give her their underpants.
You know they’re a bad idea, but that doesn’t stop you.
At least one drunk guy will try his luck with the bride
Because nothing says ‘available’ like a sash with ‘bride’ written on it in rhinestones.
One of the hens will almost get into a fight
Probably with the guy who hit on the bride.
One hen will get lost
Once someone is separated from the herd they’re doomed to wander alone for the rest of the night, trying to remember where the hotel is.
One hen will start crying
Because she’s mourning the loss of yet another carefree, single friend.
The bride will throw up
And then just keep on going – what a hero.
There will be dance routines
The hens will want to show off their knowledge of The Macarena/Gangnam Style etc, even if the song isn’t played.
The hens will turn into fierce lionesses at the drop of a hat
Where hen parties and stag dos differ is in the treatment of the bride/groom.
The object of a stag do is to humiliate the groom as much as possible, whereas hen dos are all about protecting the bride at all costs.
If anyone poses a threat to the group, in anyway, the hens will close ranks faster than you can blink.
We’re a scary bunch.
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27 July 2015 at 03:08
This is really a wonderful post.
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