For all of those that have never made cupcakes before. You are missing out. This statement is coming from a guy. Cupcakes are so stupidly easy to make, and they add such a ridiculous element to a party that you would be a fool not to make a ton for your next college house party. Without [...]
A gummy bear chandelier will add an element of ridiculousness to your party that can only be achieved by a proteinaceous fruit snack suspended from your ceiling. It is colorful, it is tasty, and it will entertain your guests to no end. Well, that is, if your guests don’t devour the entire chandelier by the [...]
HOLI PARTY THEME Derived from the Hindu “Festival of Color” also known as Holi, this party theme is best served outdoors, unless of course your landlord appreciates modern art. Everybody loves graffiti parties, and everybody loves paint parties, it stands to reason that EVERYBODY will love a Holi Party. Color in powder form…enough said. [...]
Ah, the ping pong ball: the great equalizer. Whether you’re a burly muscle man, a puny little manlet, or not even a man at all; on the beer pong table, you’re just the same as anyone else. It doesn’t matter what you ate for breakfast this morning, how many friends you have on Facebook, or what your credit score is: once you step up to that table, all that matters is sinking your opponents’ cups, and laughing triumphantly as they wallow in a fit of despair.
Boozing on a budget isn’t easy. When it comes to spending money, college students are similar to the federal government: We frivolously piss away funds we don’t have on weekends of pleasure.
Fortunately, we are ingenious when it comes to finding a way to get booze. The party must go on, and come hell or high water, the solo cup will be filled with the delicious nectar that fuels our fun. The art of getting cheap booze doesn’t always have to involve pushing the boundaries of your financial budget, though. The following are some ways in which you can get booze practically free:
We all love booze so much because it makes us less inhibited and more honest. We become talkative, brazen and extroverted. And we’re a whole lot more likely to walk over and introduce ourselves to that person we’ve wanted to meet for the last three months but were too chicken shit to do so.
Now aren’t these all characteristics you’d want in your everyday life? Why though are so many of us unable to tap into this persona without first tapping into the keg?