Do you consider yourself a wild card in your own right? Are you certifiably insane as per professional diagnoses by your closest friends? Are you Connor McGregor insane? Probably not. But you might be coming in close second, and that is in itself, is an amazing feat. Therefore, you want to use your innate talent to create unforgettable experiences with your pack and organize an insane bachelor party for your best friend in order to give him a proper send-off into the calm, monotonous waters of married life.
Good. He deserves it. However, the deed might be easier said than done, so here to help you become the greatest best man in human history are the top five bachelor party ideas for the craziest of all wolf packs.
A distant city or a distant country?
The question is not whether you should take your best friend and groom to be on an insane road trip somewhere where his future wife won’t be able to find him, the question is how far should you go. Mind you, traveling abroad is always fun, but if you’re not in your own country and have a detailed blueprint of your subsequent inebriation, you might want to stick with familiar territory.
So, another city perhaps? Or better yet, a different country, but the language is the same so as to avoid finding yourself unable to explain your actions as you’re being thrown into a holding cell. Remember, unless you’re visiting Sweden, you don’t want to end up in a foreign jail.
The fun starts in the morning
A bachelor party is not solely an evening event, oh no, an off-the-hook bachelor party starts in the morning and doesn’t end until all of you drunkenly stumble into the groom’s wedding the following day. Hey, the man is getting married for God’s sake, you’ll probably never see him again, he deserves a big party.
Be sure to take the boys out on an adventure early on. Whether you’re going into the great outdoors, or plan to spend the day trying to kill yourselves through various means of extreme sports, the choice is yours, just make sure the party doesn’t stop.
Keep the pack tight
This one should be plainly understood from the get-go, yet people seem to overlook it constantly: you don’t need a lot of people. A wolf pack is a sacred bond among men who have become brothers through trials of sickness, adversity, and inebriation. You do not need to bring the entire class of 2007, just your most loyal compadres.
Ditch the stripper
Really, a stripper is the fruit of your collective imagination? It’s not the nineties anymore, and you’re no longer a bunch of kids playing pocket snooker while watching a young Demi Moore strut her enchanting stuff. You need something different, something new, something that will keep the fire burning all night long.
This is the moment you turn to the collectively insane nation of Australia for guidance and inspiration. Aussies are notorious for their ability to party like there’s no tomorrow, and the latest trend entails booking gorgeous topless poker dealers to wait on you from the moment the pre-party poker game begins to the moment you say your farewell in the early morning hours. Yes, that’s right, the waitresses are mind-blowingly hot, friendly, and they will make any stripper feel like a ghost of a forgotten past.
Have the night of your life
That said, the main event in the evening needs to be the night of your best friend’s life. Forget about the rest of the pack, they’re big boys, they can take care of themselves. Your sole purpose is to ensure the groom enjoys himself, so make sure to stick by his side, keep him on a healthy dose of booze so as not to pass out and don’t let him for a moment ponder over the fact that he has been very, very naughty – his wife to be doesn’t ever have to find out.
One could say that being a crazy AF bloke has its perks, but one could also note that it can be tiring work at times. Fortunately, you don’t have to spend a single brain cell more, just follow this foolproof guide and you will have organized a bachelor party your best friend will cherish forever!
Peter is a men’s grooming writer at HighStyleLife and TheBeardMag magazine from UK. Besides writing he worked as a menswear fashion stylist for many fashion events around UK & Europe! Follow Peter on Twitter for more men’s fashion and grooming tips.