bachelor party


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bachelor party

A generic term used primarily in the US for a party or function limited to males, typically thrown for a groom before his wedding and classically planned by his best man.
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We started with the concept of 'wouldn't it be really funny if Barry goes for a bachelor party with the guys, and Iris (Candice Patton) goes for a bachelorette party with the girls, and the guys end up having the worst night ever and the girls end up saving the city?
It was my bachelor party," the Daily Telegraph quoted Lopez as telling US radio, saying that he had been "bouncing around" Mexico with his cousins.
The study's criticism of bachelor party spending is eerily reminiscent of Australian millionaire Tim Gurner's (http://time.
I've been having my bachelor party for the last 50 years," Hefner joked.
One of the guests of the bachelor party said that they saw the 63-year-old actor "sitting with some people with a fishing vest on" during dinner at a steakhouse where the groom EJ was holding his bash.
Made tha anthem 4 Prince Williams bachelor party n all bachelor parties round tha wrld [sic]," the Sun quoted Dog as he tweeted Clarence House.
Ryan [wants] to have nice time at the bachelor party,He knows a great place with a great wine list.
Me and my girlfriends did a bachelor party for Tiger and it was amazing.
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