lasting several days and nights that is thrown out of town by the grooms
closest male friends, in 'honor' of the bachelor getting married
. The groom celebrates
things he won't be allowed to do once he is married some of them being entertained by attractive naked women
, consuming large amounts of adult beverages
, and acting in a manor that would never be displayed in front of his bride
. A few of the essentials include: beer
, hard alcohol
, lap dances
, inappropriate conversation
, questionable behavior
, an air-tight 'bro-code'
, and an extremely annoyed bride-to-be who goes along with these charades lest she be 'old-fashioned, unsupportive, a stick in the mud,' or a 'bro-hater.' She is told by society that "this is a right of passage
, or tradition
that every groom is entitled to regardless of how she feels. So deal with it." What a great way to start off a marriage
. It's simply an essential way to make your bride feel loved, respected, and cherished.
Did you hear about Todd's bachelor party? It's the night before his wedding and there's going to be a ton of women and alcohol.