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Bachelor Party

bachelor party special for the boysA bachelor party (also called a stag party, stag night (UK, Ireland and Canada), or bucks party (Australia)) is held for a groom-to-be shortly before he is married, to make the most of his final opportunity to engage in activities a new wife might not approve of, or merely to spend time bonding with his male friends. This kind of party may involve activities such as going to a strip club, hiring a female stripper or escort, drinking alcohol and gambling.

The task of organizing this pre-wedding party is often assigned to a male sibling of the groom-to-be. And in the absence of a male sibling, a male friend will organize it. The task often falls to the best man as well.

The tradition is thought to have originated with a bachelor dinner that was traditional in ancient Sparta.

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Boston Bachelor Party

Throw a Boston Bachelor Party

Treat your buddy to a properly swingin’ Boston Bachelor Party without doing too many Very Bad Things.

A best man has many responsibilities: keeping track of the ring, giving the big toast, sexing up... uh, dancing with the bridesmaids. But by far his most sacred duty is orchestrating a night of reprehensible debauchery. Remember, your buddy’s dying here — so make sure you give him a proper send-off.

"Customize the party to the interests of the groom," says James Grace, author of The Best Man’s Handbook. If he likes football, rent a luxury box and strippers; if he likes fishing, rent a boat and strippers; if he doesn’t like strippers... why are you friends with this guy? Get a list of invitees from the groom, and unless your mom gave you a $1,000 gift certificate to Buns N’ Roses — that’s funny, she gave us one — tell the guests how much they’ll have to fork over.

Loose lips sink relationships, so ensure that all invitees can withstand interrogation. If you’re obligated to invite moles, Grace suggests designing a multistage party: Entertain the bride’s father over a boozy dinner, then lose him before the daisy-chain lesbians show up. Make sure something funny but PG-13 happens over the course of the evening. Why? Because every significant other will demand one anecdote or she’ll (quite rightly) suspect the worst.

Be sure to hit up all the deadbeats for the money in advance — you don’t want yet another maxed-out credit card. Grace says $50 to $100 per sinner is a good no-frills rule of thumb, but if you’ve got some cash to spare, you can arrange a deluxe party package at Web sites like Pick a home base (not your house) and stock it with bachelor party basics — cards, poker chips, beer, DVDs—in case your cash runs out before you pass out.

As best man it’s your job to get the groom through the night with no regrets. (Well, no serious regrets.) So you may have to stay sober(ish) while other revelers hit the floor like a flock of blood-gorged ticks. Nobody’s saying you shouldn’t leave the groom bound, blindfolded, and naked on the side of a highway with a new tattoo of a sword on his schlong. But get him home safely — he can ruin his marriage all by himself.

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