Post # 1
Fiance and the boys are leaving for the weekend for the bachelor party.
I trust him 100%, but can’t help but worry.
I think I am more concerned about them just getting him overly drunk and being stupid, possibly getting hurt, more than I worry about them going to the strippers (which I’m sure the boys will want to do too)
Anyways… I’m trying not to show him that I’m worried or nag him about how to behave because I don’t want to be that girl, and I want him to have fun, so bees please reassure me that everything will be fine!
What did your men do at their bachelor parties?
Post # 3
Unless your Fiance has a history of getting way too drunk and doing stupid shit/getting into trouble, then don’t worry. Most bachelor parties are more hype than substance.
But make sure he has bail money, just in case. 🙂
Post # 4
I would more hope he wouldn’t get hurt.
Do you seriously care if he sees some strippers? It’s his “goodbye” to being unmarried, he should have a blast!
Post # 5
My Fiance hasn’t had his bachelor party yet, but he’s been to a lot of his friends’ bucks nights/weekends. From what he described, they just drink a fair bit, occasionally go to a strip club, play video games and talk. If there’s a footy game on TV they’ll watch that. I think they are usually pretty tame, unless your Fiance and his mates are hardcore drinkers/partiers.
Post # 6
my FI’s friends made him get corn rows while drunk on his stag trip and took him to the strippers looking like a fool LOL….it can’t be worse than the picture I received of his hair can it?
Post # 7
Meh, I have issues with pretty much any statement where someone says that they trust their guy BUT…there should be no ‘but’ if you trust him. Especially since it always seems to follow up with trusting them but not their friends/other girls/whoever. You don’t need to trust them if you trust your guy. Mine just went to a bar with friends and saw some local bands, it was pretty casual.
Post # 8
@Wonderstruck: +1 I also have a problem with “I trust him….BUT” you either do or you don’t.
Mine is organising his st the moment. Well his brother is. It’ll be a small lunch out with the blokes of our families. So 7? Afterward they are heading to the pub to meet the rest, think maybe another 15 guys? They are starting early as he doesn’t want to be out till 6am. I’ll probably pick him and his brother up.
Post # 9
@Pink Asawa: My SO was a groomsman at his brother’s wedding, and they went away for the weekend, went paintballing, had plans to go go-karting but were too exhausted, and they went to LOTS of strip clubs and drank lots of alcohol!
I know it’s hard not to worry – I understand your concerns about your Fiance getting hurt. My SO was king hit a 5 minute walk from home after a night out. I’m not saying this to scare you, but he was alone, so an easy target for some jerk’s cheap thrills. As a result, I will not let him walk anywhere alone at night – if he goes out, I will always pick him up if he can’t get a cab. Your Fiance will be with his buddies, and they won’t leave him alone. Safety in numbers. Don’t spend the weekend worrying, have yourself some girl time and patiently await his return 🙂
Post # 10
- Wedding: September 2013 - Creek club at ion, SC
I trust my Fiance completely and thats that.
Some of the friends he has though are evil and I do remind him to watch his back when hes out with them. If he gets drunk around them, they are not going to help him if he gets into trouble.
Post # 11
@geekspice: no history of excessive drinking and shit disturbing, i guess i just picture the guys forcing shots on him like it’s the last day of his life haha. I’m sure you’re right that it really hyped up and will probs turn into a pretty typical night at the bar.
@jenilynevette: nope I don’t care about strippers, it is more about being super drunk in a foreign city where they don’t speak the local language. you know how guys think they are invincible when drunk and in large numbers? Lol He is also the first to get married so it is the first bachelor part these guys have organized.
anywsys thanks for the positive reassurance, I’m sure nothing will go wrong, but it’s easy for your mind to wonder when the entire weekend’s plans are top secret. it’s nice that some of you know the game plan for the night/weekend!
Post # 12
It’s natural to be worried…but you sound as if you have a reason to be worried. Is there behavior in the past that would cause you to be overly concerned.
Just talk to him and ask him to call early in the day, and again when he takes it down for the night just so you know he is okay.
Post # 13
I was worried, but not that my Darling Husband would do anything stupid because I KNEW he had responsible friends. I think in a lot of circumstances that is what it comes down to. I like all of his friends.
He and 3 friends went to Wyoming because his friend works for Eastman Outdoors. He took my Darling Husband and the friends on lesser travelled trails and what not. They left for 4 days and had a blast fishing and hiking.