Today we are going to talk about your hens and bucks night.
It doesn’t matter what you call it. Hens night, Doe’s night, Bucks night, Stag party or Boys night…It’s all the same thing. It’s the girls getting together without the boys around and it’s the boys getting together without any girls around.
It’s about letting your hair down and having fun. If you’re going to do something really silly and irresponsible on your Bucks night or Hen’s night, you’re going to have to suffer the consequences so think carefully.
It’s fine for your mates to set you up on a Bucks night with strippers and topless waitresses for harmless fun but what’s not fine, is when your mates set you up and place compromising photos on social media just to stir the pot with the bride to be.
The boys planning your Bucks night need to take responsibility for the fact that it’s about you boys having fun and celebrating your upcoming marriage. It’s not about insulting the bride with behaviour so bad that the wedding gets called off. I have heard stories of that happening.
You girls don’t get off this any lighter either. I think the girls play just as hard as the boys these days, so what is not acceptable behaviour for your groom to be, is not acceptable for you either. Have fun but don’t let it get out of hand.
If you’re getting to the point that you’re so drunk that you don’t know what’s going on and you don’t remember anything, that’s incredibly dangerous.
People get hurt on these nights through stupidity when there’s a lot of alcohol involved. So have the fun but just know your limits.
If having scantily dressed girls at the Bucks night is really going to upset the bride to be or vice versa, honestly, is it really worth it? Is one night really worth ruining a lifetime of happiness?
You really have to think about these things because you’re not marrying your mates.
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