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After The Crazy Party: Evidence That Crops Up

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Twitter.  Facebook.  Digg. MySpace. Delicious. Tumblr.  I suppose you get it by now: there are a variety of ways to connect with friends and family members online, especially since social media makes it very convenient to do so.  Moreso now with the advent of smart phone applications and public WiFi portals, it is easier than ever to stay plugged in.  And although you had a great time that night at your friend’s bachelor party, you may not want every photo anAfter a crazy party evidenced updated status to give away evidence of a crazy party with strippers, sexy barmaids and drunken sessions.  Some posts may not even be from you.  This blog article is to help you brush up on your knowledge of social media privacy, considering the possible implications social media has on society today.  It is best to conceal any evidence as much as possible and remember: what happens at a bachelor party should stay at a bachelor party.  But just in case it doesn’t, here are some tips in which social media can be a little easy on you and the guys after a crazy night of partying:

 Knowing Who’s Attending The Party

Chances are, you know everyone attending the party and everyone will have a common understanding that posts will be kept to a minimum.  This way, none of your buddies won’t post “evidence,” incriminating any of you – that breaks a guy code, too.  But if there are a few people attending that you’re not too chummy with, you may want to have that little disclosure chat with them, and remind them that this is a once in a lifetime party, meant to not humiliate anyone, especially not the groom-to-be.  Chances are, they will understand because anyone who attends a bachelor party, are there to support the groom.  Furthermore, the bride wouldn’t appreciate the drunken photos of her soon-to-be spouse and his friends.  All-and-all: do your best to keep scandalous party photos offline.

 Out of Your Control?

Photos can turn up online on a club’s or event promoter’s website so be weary if a photographer is nearby to take some photos of you and your crowd.  You can always ask him or her not to post the photos on their website, or ask if it is on a secure site where only those with a username and password can access it.  After all, you wouldn’t want the wrong person to come across those photos, like your boss. 

Social Network Updates – Status Changes

It may be fun to change your status to: “Last night was awesome at Muzik Night Club for Jon’s bachelor party.” However, that may cause friends on your list to become curious and check out the club’s website for photos, look for photos on your friend’s pages or try to find info from the Facebook event page (another reason why buying physical tickets work – there is no online evidence).  It is best to ensure your status on Twitter and Facebook is simple, so coworkers, friends, ex-girlfriends or family members won’t try to search for the “evidence.”  You can simply state that you enjoyed yourself that night and glad you hung out with the guys.  Keep it simple.  If not for yourself, do it for the poor groom-to-be who will wake up with a massive hangover and blurred memories of the night before.  If you had a great time and want to share it with friends, do so in person as face-to-face conversations can’t be stored, downloaded or saved! 

 Profile Settings

Ensure you have a high degree of privacy when it comes to your online profiles.  If you have coworkers and business partners on your list or younger family members, it may be best to restrain their ability to view your photo albums or tagged photos and updated statuses using controlled privacy settings.  It is always good to take necessary precautions so you can keep your online reputation professional and sincere.  Think of what that pretty girl you met last night will think about you when she adds you and sees your angelic profile…

Riding in Style, Limo Services

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A taxi.  Your vehicle.  Renting a car for the night.  Appointing a friend to be D.D. for the night.  Taking public transit.  Combining public transit and taxis.  Your dad’s mini van.    

 All those listed above are unacceptable methods of transportation when planning your bestGuys Partying in a Limo for Bachelor Party friend’s bachelor party.  Think about it: if it were your last night of singleton, would you want to remember commuting to the venue in a vehicle other than a smooth, classy limousine?  This is not your average night of partying, after all.  Everything planned for this evening has to be the best of the best!  Also, it is important to let your guests know on the invitation that you are arranging for a limo to pick everyone up at the groom’s house.  You can plan out the size of the limo (10-seater, 16-seater?) based on the number of guests expected to attend.  Give your guests a price quote they will need to pay if they opt to come in the limo.  Here are a few other reasons why a limo works best:

 It Fits Bachelor Party ‘look and feel’

That’s right!  Envision you and your friends are the guys from Entourage and the groom-to-be is Vince Chase.  If he’s the ‘star’ of your group and the reason you are all out celebrating, you have to make a statement at the venue by showing up in a slick limousine for all to see.  Showing up with a limo communicates to everyone else at the venue that you’re celebrating a special event – and want everyone there to know about it!  Hey, if it’s his last night to party before he gets married, he better arrive in style and strut his way through gorgeous women to the VIP area.  The groom-to-be deserves that much since the next (and, possibly final) time, he’ll be in a limo will be on his wedding day.  Any other time after that will be a very rare occurrence in his life.  All you need now is a red carpet…

 The Groom Needs a Posse

This isn’t just about the groom-to-be either.  This is a convenient way for everyone to get together and arrive on time as a big group.  If the groom-to-be is Vince Chase, you all are his posse. The main aspect of your job as part of his posse is to show up with the groom and make him feel important.  Make sure that this is well communicated on the invites and one of the most overlooked details are the directions.  It would be wise to invite everyone over an hour before the limo arrives, to anticipate a few latecomers.  Another way this works well for your group of friends is you can arrange for a small pre-drinking get-together at the groom’s house just before you all leave, allowing time for everyone to catch up and socialize with everyone.

 A Cost Efficient and Safe Solution

If you have a limo to pick everyone up at the groom’s house, they don’t need to worry about their own transportation arrangements.  The guys can crash at his house after the limo drops everyone off.  No one will be assigned as the “Designated Driver” and no one will have to look out for one another.  A limo saves time for guests taking the time looking for the venue that night as well.  Furthermore, venues like a nightclub offer cost-efficient packages where you can arrange for both a limo and a booth with bottle service.  Lastly, having a limo can be a way to control the possibility of drinking and driving among your group of friends.  After all, you want to enjoy the night with friends and the limo can provide a night full of good memories.

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