yubb wrote:Sporting clays is fun. We did that for my dad's 70th birthday. Sounds like a great way to start off a bachelor party.
count2infinity wrote:alright... bachelor party rescheduled for next weekend in the burgh with the people i want to be there. plans include fatheads, sharp's edge, the casino and whatever else we get into.
Hockeynut! wrote:pittsoccer33 wrote:seriously what purpose does a chair cover serve? id be so angry about spending money on something so frivelous id cancel the wedding.
Covers an ugly chair.
Shyster wrote:yubb wrote:Sporting clays is fun. We did that for my dad's 70th birthday. Sounds like a great way to start off a bachelor party.
I have always avoided shotgunning like trap, skeet, and sporting clays. I didn’t avoid them because that I thought such activities wouldn’t be fun; I avoided them for the same reason that if you don’t want to become a crackhead the first thing to do is never smoke crack. I mean, you shoot stuff that, if properly hit, blows up in mid air. How can you not want to do that? Of course, it also requires a $hotgun, ammo, accessories, plenty of time and practice, etc., and I was trying to avoid that.
So... anyway... I’ve already started shopping for an over/under shotgun. Dammit.
pittsoccer33 wrote:he said they had a pretty hard limit, but i could ask again in September to see if someone dropped off.
i'm a little bummed but no hard feelings. the last thing i wanted was for them to make an exception on my behalf and upset someone else who felt entitled or whatever.
she lives near the venue, so ill make her DD and im sure the thing will wrap up around 9 or 10, so we'll go out afterward and i can introduce her to my friends.
i think she feels a little bit sad over it though.
newarenanow wrote:mac5155 wrote:depending on the venue maybe she could pop out after dinner for drinking and dancing?
I'd probably stay away from that unless the bride/groom agree to it.
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