Bachelor parties, a time-honored tradition of clichÃ©d decadence and debauchery, can be difficult to plan.Â First, there is the fiancÃ©e.Â Maybe she is one of those rare cool women that is completely fine with her beloved being danced up on by Candi (thatâ€™s right, with an â€œiâ€).Â Maybe she is one of the even rarer women who wants to go along with you.Â Chances are, though, you donâ€™t live in Fantasyland, and your bride-to-be is less than enthused about Candi.Â First, have the discussion.Â If you want to have the typical bachelor party, and you believe that your fiancÃ©e is under the impression that you would never do such a thing, this is not the time to enact an â€œItâ€™s easier to ask for forgiveness than permissionâ€ policy.
However, maybe you want to avoid the whole strip club scenario.Â Whether it be because you have already seen enough Candies to last a lifetime, or that you just arenâ€™t into that kind of thing, there are other perfectly acceptable (and still very manly) options.
Guysâ€™ Adventure Weekendâ€”Go whitewater rafting, camping, hiking, fishing, etc.Â Whether you pack in the tents or rent a cabin, youâ€™ll have fun just being boys (with no one telling you that itâ€™s time to wash up or that youâ€™ve has one too many Red Vines).
Megadeth (or similar) concertâ€”Hit a dive bar and then go to a concert that only your compadres could appreciate.
Football tailgatingâ€”Who said a bachelor party has to be at night?Â Get tickets to your home teamâ€™s game, pack in a bbq, and have fun.
Golf retreatâ€”Be honest, are you and your friends maybe more metro than macho?Â Take a relaxing weekend away at a resort at or near a golf course, maybe sneak in a massage, and donâ€™t give too many details to your very jealous pedicure-impaired fiancÃ©e at home.