Post # 1
No, people, not those bushes, but the ones over her balcony.
Last night was my first bachelorette party. It was for my soon to be aunt. Yep, I was “that” girl last night.
I had made the mistake of starting off with a Woodchuck (not realizing it counted as beer) and then going to mixed drinks. I had made myself one but it wasn’t that good so I dumped it out. The hostess asked if I wanted one, made me a really strong one, and sent me on my way. I was chatting away in the kitchen when someone pushed my cup towards me to take another sip. In my vigorous hand movements I knocked my glass over, all over my pants and floors.
So, off to get new pajama pants. Hostess made me another drink. By this time I was getting a little tipsy since I’d been too nervous to eat too much earlier. Spilled a little more drink. Then ended up outside on the deck hanging out with the girls.
For about a period of an hour or two I kept trying to dance to every song they played, I was screaming in excitement, and mumbling reallly really freaking loud every chance I get. I also remember two older neighbor guys coming over and me being extremely rude shouting “I’m engaged and getting married in four months. Leave me the fuck alone!” I kept apologizing to the bride for ruining her party. Thank goodness for several people who helped take care of me. Because I ended up puking over the railing.
I also remember the hostess coming out with a large large jager-bomb and telling the ladies at the table (not me) that we needed to drink our share. I stole the glass from her, said I’d do my share, and proceeded to chug half the glass.
So, I learned, don’t MIX TYPES of alcohol. i’m also a loud drunk. And that I realllly need to learn to pace myself when drinking.
Post # 3
You should probably get the bride a really nice “I’m sorry” gift, or flowers…
Post # 4
lol sounds like quite the night…
Post # 5
@KatyElle I’m thinking so. I feel like such a moron. Obviously I don’t drink very often.
Post # 6
Haha if I were the bride I would probably think that was hilarious… but I guess I’m pretty laid back. Maybe give her a call lol
Post # 7
@natbug21:she kept saying it was ok. This morning when I got up she said “you’re alive! You were quite the partier last night!”
Post # 8
Haha that’s awesome she wasn’t upset. I would probably just never let you live it down lol
Post # 9
@SweetRose2011: Oh honey 🙂 We’ve all had our moments. You gave the bride a night to remember, hee hee!
I agree with @KatyElle:, get her a nice gift!
Post # 10
I think this happens to all or most of us at some point. I used to work at a bar where we would frequently go out with our co-workers and friends to other bars after work. Once at the end of the night, when we all met back up in the parking lot at my bar and sat around talking, I puked all over my boss’s shoes and then passed out. Fiance was there to witness this (right before we started dating). Not one of my shining moments, but luckily my boss toted me home with him, stuck me in the shower, gave me clean clothes and let me sleep on his couch and somehow we are still awesome friends a few years after the fact. Definitely embarassing and my co-workers teased me endlessly. Did I mention I was dressed in full 80s gear? Hahaha. Lesson learned.
Fiance has this issue whenever he tries to keep up drinking with everyone else. More than three beers is huge no for him and hard alcohol is ridiculous. The guy has no tolerance. After three beers, he never knows his limit and is completely unreasonable. Fiance got pretty drunk when we were at the lake for the 4th (drinking all day out on the boats…slowly but surely) and turned into happy dancing drunk, and grabbed my mother and made her dance with him. When no one else was dancing and we were surrounded by her friends and mine. He told everyone, “I don’t know how to dance, but I sure do love it!” Hilarious.
Luckily, neither one of us drinks a lot anymore. But every once in a blue moon….
Just give a sober apology to the bride/hostess and it will probably turn into a funny memory, eventually.
Post # 11
Haha wow! Mixing alcohol never bothers me. But that was a fun story 🙂
Post # 12
hahaha. I can’t mix either. I don’t even drink anymore because I was afraid of being ‘that girl’ at parties…because I had been a few too many times.
Sounds like you were ‘that girl’. Good thing your friend is ok with it. I’d just call her and give a light apology…I’m sure the two of you will laugh it off since it didn’t seem like she cared. Hopefully the headache you probably woke up with is gone by now! 🙂
Post # 13
Hah that’s okay. I had my bachelorette party in May and I peed outside of my hotel. I was so drunk that I couldn’t hold it, and I proceeded to squat and pee right outside of my hotel. Thank GOD no one was around but my friends.
I NEVER drink, so it was a reminding that I can’t mix my booze. People bought me shots of so many different types of alcohol, so I got pretty drunkie.
Sorry you were THAT girl at the party 🙂 Are you close to her? I’m sure she knows that you don’t normally behave that way.
Post # 14
Oh ya, my aunt texted me to see how I was doing and said it was ok because I had so much fun and she knew it! 🙂 I’m glad there wasn’t too much to be embarrassed about.
Post # 15
@napabridekelsey: haha sorry but reading your post made me laugh!! I’m petrified for my bacholerette party, it doesn’t take me much to get drunk lol so I have a feeling that I’ll be THAT bride! haha
@SweetRose2011: It sounds like quite a nite lol…