Post # 1
And according to her best friend she wants to PARTaaaaY.
I’m just worried about what I’m getting into, the way her friend is talking it sounds like it’s going to be a shit show. Like frat house drinking and going to strip clubs.
Which is okay, as I’m going to have SO be the DD/bouncer.
Her two request were the strip club and dancing.
Post # 3
Can you get a hotel room/cab/whatever so that you don’t have to be the DD and/or bouncer?
My sister’s bachelorette was all-day drinking/shenanigans/etc. This doesn’t sound so bad, although it is tiring 😉 I think the male stripper thing is fun (although I know not all agree!)
Post # 4
Not your comfort zone? Mine neither. I can’t help. But hugs and good luck. Maybe she’s been watching Magic Mike, perhaps someone should tell her strippers aren’t as cute as Channing Tatum?
Post # 5
Yeah so not my comfort zone. I’m a mimosa/bloodymary brunch and go to the theater kind of girl.
I did threaten the girls with death if I have to wear/eat/drink anything that looks or is shaped like a penis though.
Post # 6
@HelleCat: Lol. I’m hearing the bruch and theatre thing… sounds like heaven!
Post # 7
Looks like I’m gonna have to dig out my big girl panties and suck it up. After 25 partying like a rockstar starts to get exhausting. =/
Post # 8
I’m kind of on the other side of this… my older sis/MOH will likely be planning my bachelorette (we kind of had a fight about it, so she might not be… but that’s neither here nor there), but we’re sisters, not friends. I’m not even sure she’d really know who to invite. Although I’m not a stripper kind of girl, I’ve never had more than 2 drinks in front of my sister…I’m honestly thinking that I will have one of my friends throw me an unofficial bachelorette that’s more my style, and just go along with whatever my sister plans because she’s my pushy big sister and that’s what I do.
Is there any way that you can enlist the help of a few friends? Why not kick back, take a shot, and enjoy some penis cupcakes? The night is about your sister, why not just do what she wants for her wedding?
In the end, I’m sure everyone will appreciate someone a bit more sober around when someone can’t find their phone or you want to go to a new venue.
Post # 9
Why don’t you suggest that her friends organise the bachelorette without you? It sounds like you would both be happier if she had it with her friends and you stayed home. win-win.
Post # 10
Why don’t you ask her party-minded friends to give you a hand?
Post # 11
I am now. Sorry I forgot to update! I got her best friend planning all of it now. Takes such a load off me. SO and I will still be the DDs, and thats just fine with us.