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    I'm organising a Stag do (Bachelor party) for my friend in February and have most of it planned but just a few filling things I haven't gotten much ideas from yet and just want to brainstorm.

    So far we are going Clay Pigeon Shooting on the Saturday afternoon then hitting a pub or two before having a BBQ that night. I'm trying to think of some fun ideas to do during the BBQ evening if any, and also if I should do anything on the Sunday.

    So, fire away...
    "The power in a relationship lies with whoever cares less"

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    Do a roast, you know like a celebrity roast where people tell funny quips about their experiences with said groom. It was delightfully funny for a friend of mine and could ended up being the most remember event of the stag do.
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      Great idea F04hk!
      "The power in a relationship lies with whoever cares less"

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        If you're doing a weekend, and it involves alcohol on Saturday night, any plans for hangover food on Sunday would not be unwelcome. Whether that's a diner, or cooking greasy food yourself (or getting someone to do it for you), or whatever, definitely pencil that in - as an option, of course.

        Otherwise, I'd recommend letting the rest of the weekend happen as you see appropriate based on what happens the night before. It's very easy to overplan an event like this, and sometimes the best times happen when things are allowed to progress naturally.
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