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Party University

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Josh Arcadia, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. Josh Arcadia

    Josh Arcadia Member

    Well I need your help... I am launching a series of parties University themed, every party will teach how to party wildly... so far I have s short list of events/contest as:
    - Tequila Suicide
    - Beer Olympics
    - Wet T-Shirt contest
    - Mud Wrestling
    - Pig Catch, etc...

    Can you suggest me or remind me of what else can I include?
  2. jadmperry

    jadmperry Well-Known Member

    Pub Crawl
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  3. Josh Arcadia

    Josh Arcadia Member

    lol... I guess someone wasted their weekends in front of a computer...
  4. Jethro

    Jethro Well-Known Member

    Nope we simply didn't need to theme our parties overly. Few drinks, food, some good music, people having a good time ... done and dusted without the need for fancy dress.
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  5. CFodder

    CFodder Well-Known Member

    Game of Mexicans always helps to break the ice :).
  6. Josh Arcadia

    Josh Arcadia Member

    Game of Mexicans? how is that?

    - Sumo suits
    - Chicken fights

    what else?
  7. Jo.

    Jo. Well-Known Member

    I think the biggest 'party' events at my university are AU nights (Athletic Union), where each sports club competes to win the fancy dress competition by coming up with the wackiest theme they can think of. The riding club (which I've been a member of, though haven't signed up so far this year) won last month's by dressing up as Strongbow cans lol.

    Not really my cup of tea to be honest. My uni friends and I prefer dinner/cocktail parties as opposed to going out looking (and acting) stupid, getting utterly sloshed!
  8. Josh Arcadia

    Josh Arcadia Member

    but actually I'm plannig to give classes how to have fun... is a 10 party series, with sponsors, prizes and punishments of course...
  9. Jo.

    Jo. Well-Known Member

    hmm, well I'd be thinking about what your definitions of fun are, cos different people will find different things fun. Some people's ideas of 'fun' make me want to run a mile, and no matter how hard I try, their kind of fun just isn't my kind of fun.

    Where are you giving the classes and who is your audience?
  10. Josh Arcadia

    Josh Arcadia Member

    Students of course...

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