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Things to Avoid in Stag Parties

Mukul Kumar Sharma
 


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Stag weekend parties are a sure way to have unlimited fun. It is one thing you definitely want to go for at least once in your lifetime. You might have already arranged a few stag parties and might know a bit about the planning involved. If you are a novice however you might want to consider going through a few tips on what is best avoided during stag parties.

· Do not let just one person do all the planning for the stag. It is always a good idea to take opinions from one and all. Not only does it add variety to the stag but also brings some spice in your weekend.

· While deciding on the venue there might be many suggestions. Try to pay a patient hearing to all of them. If it is a bachelor's party then you might want to put the groom's choice ahead of all. Also try deciding on the venue considering on the activities you and your friends love. · Also if it is a bachelor's party try avoiding the expenses with the groom. It is not uncommon for the friends to ask the groom to bear all the expenses of the party however sharing should be the key.

If the groom insists on paying up for a few of the activities let him do so but never pressurize him to bear the entire expenses. You don't want the groom overburdened with expenses and spoil the whole purpose of the party. Refrain from inviting people the groom is not quite comfortable with.

· No matter how much you liked the ‘Hangover’ do not actually go for it. Situations like the ones depicted in the popular Hollywood flick are good in movies but in real life you really want to stay away from it. There are many other ways to getting that adrenaline rush: adventure sports, shooting and so on.

· Never pressurize any of your friends to go for an activity he does not quite like. It's not necessary that your friends like the same activity which you do so let him have the freedom of making a choice. A reluctant participant is the last thing you want for a successful and fun-filled activity at the stag party.

Plan in advance and be careful of the limits you push. Playing safe should ideally be your first preference. Hope my tips help you plan a great stag weekend ahead.

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