Seann William Scott chatted with Jimmy Kimmel last night about his recent engagement to former Victoria's Secret model Lindsay Frimodt, but the really juicy story was the one he shared about his older brother's bachelor party a few years back. Seann dished that he wanted to make the bachelor party a memorable night, so he invited porn star Bridget Powers, also known as "Bridget the Midget." His other brother, Dave Scott, took an intimate liking to the little person, and for better or worse, he's become known for the sexual encounter. Watch Seann spill the racy story now, which ends with an awkward (and hilarious) exchange between his mother and brother during a Wizard of Oz movie night!
Whether he's the groom or just a friend, bachelor parties offer guys an excuse to engage in wild behavior that ranges from a few extra drinks to a long night at a strip club. While some women don't want their significant other entertaining strippers, pre-wedding ritual or not, others will give their guys a pass.
Still with a male vow of silence often sworn at bachelor parties, sometimes we don't even know what's involved. This can cause even the most laid-back girlfriend or fiancée to get curious. So I want to know: do you want to know?
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I just started dating a guy — it will be 2 months this weekend. I found out a few weeks ago that he goes to strip clubs at bachelor parties and it really upset me. I am a religious Christian and he is Catholic. We met online and I wouldn't have ever thought that he went to strip clubs.
He's going to a bachelor party soon, in a week, and I'm already upset about it. He thinks it's normal. If he goes at this bachelor party, I think I have to end it. Is this crazy? Are there any females who are okay with their guys going? Why?
Living it up with your closest friends one last time before taking the trip down the aisle is a big part of getting married. Most brides and grooms plan their bachelor/bachelorette parties months in advance, and they're usually events that are talked about years later.
While it's customary to have single sex soirees, some couples — Fergie and Josh for example who partied it up together last night in LA — opt to have a joint bachelor/bachelorette party. I've never been to one myself, but I think it'd be a blast to join forces like that — the more the merrier! Since the choice is yours, tell me . . .
Bachelor parties are known for their wild and crazy antics. It's a time for boys to be boys and for good friends to let loose and revert to their partying ways. But when you add in the code of secrecy that so many bachelor parties abide by, it can leave the women curious and worried about what really happened.
I'm all for guys having alone time with their friends, and while I'd like to think I wouldn't be a controlling girlfriend who needs to know all the details, I just don't know if I could resist asking! Since I'm torn on the subject, tell me, would you want to know the specifics of your fiance's bachelor party, or are some things better left unsaid?
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We posted this a couple months ago, but felt that it was too funny not to bring back for the wedding party week. The tradition of hiring strippers — aka "exotic dancers" — for a bachelor party goes way back, but what does the "exotic" in exotic dancing really mean? These guys find out that it can mean a feminist interpretive dance about childbirth and child loss, complete with a dramatic reading of the lines: "Babies, babies, babies! Mama's milk makes baby better. . ." Now that's how you celebrate your last night as a bachelor! Whoo hoo!
These guys get more than they bargain for when they hire an exotic dancer for a bachelor party. Girlfriend here is what I think they call a "modern dancer." Her interpretive theme for the evening? Childbirth, child loss, and other libido-killing topics! Hey, it's "exotic" compared to the usual stripping and grinding! I bet his fiancée picked this one out.
Bachelor parties were made for boys to be boys, a time for friends to party it up one last time before sending off one of their own to wedding bliss. Most of the time, men use this opportunity to revert back to their wild and crazy years of bachelorhood, most often being more outrageous than ever before. While we think we know what goes on during those male weekends away, the guys tend to abide by a code of secrecy.
So ladies, do you think it is a good idea or a bad idea to ask what really happened at your fiancé’s bachelor party? Do you even really want to know?