"THOSE" kind of parties ;)

well, i just got my first offer from a gf of mine to host a bachelorette party for me... it came totally by surprise and frankly i'm flattered that someone not in bp (she's a friend from high school) would want to throw a party for me...

here's the "catch" - she's also a distributor for adult toys and edible lotions etc... and wants to have a display of products and when i see soemthing i like, then it goes on my wishlist.

i dont really "care" per se - i used to be a consultant also for "those" kind of parties also and have hosted them numerous times and really have no problem with this type of stuff... and none of the "older" people will be invited (FMIL, my aunts etc)

i'm not sure who to invite since my bms and girlfriends are spreadout through usa, canada, dubai and asia... i dont want them flying in for this and also the wedding next year.

fsil seems a bit... um... chaste and i dont want her to be uncomfortable and it may be gross for her to think i "do the deed" with her brother...

so should i just turn her offer down?? i hate to do that b/c she is such a dear friend and i know she's just tryin to "load me up" with goodies...
Posted on May 7, 2008 at 9:45 am
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i say dont turn it down. do it and leave it up to your FSIL to come if she wants to or not. if shes uncomfortable then obviously she doesnt HAVE to come.

plus.. u and her brother "bumping uglies" should be no concern to her.. WERE ALL GROWN UPS HERE! DUHHH! AHAHAHHAAHHAAH
Posted on May 7, 2008 at 9:55 am
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I had something happen to me very similar with a friend of mine.

We decided to NOT HAVE "this" kind of party at my BP. Mostly because others felt like she was trying to get a sale and others just didn't care for it.

In the end, it's up to you based on the guests that would be attending and their feelings on the subject.
Posted on May 7, 2008 at 9:56 am
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Will this be your only bachelorette party? Will your friends who opt out of attending because of the subject matter feel like they missed out on the experience all together?

It sounds like a wonderful offer, but how many girls will be able to make it? In my experience these adult parties are much more fun with more ladies in attendance, right? Will it really be worth the trouble if only a couple of girls can make it?

I was in a similar situation as half of my BMs were OOT and I really don't have very many girlfriends. So we waited and had my bachelorette party 2 nights before the wedding. It wasn't organized and we just went out and did as much dancing and drinking as you can do on a Thursday night. (in hindsight, it was pretty lame, but we still had a great time.)

It might be better to wait until most of your friends can attend and then do something that everyone will want to participate in.

Good luck!
Posted on May 7, 2008 at 10:23 am
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Maybe have two bachelorette parties? This one with whoever can 'handle' it haha and another right before the wedding when all your girls get here- plan to go out one night? If you like the idea you should do it!

- HMM :)
Posted on May 7, 2008 at 10:41 am

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