Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Tequila Ham Shot




I attended my 3rd bachelor party of the summer this past weekend and like the other two, this one was a rockin’. On Saturday, we rented a zipcar and shuttled the bachelor du jour, AK, down to the Cape for the festivities. We started in P-Town and worked our way back to Cambridge over the course of the weekend. With the exception of a little adventure at sea (we stopped our boats to help some douchebag who capsized his catamaran and we ended up losing an hour, our buzzes, breaking a thumb, and contracting an ear infection), everything was smooth sailing. The house party in Brewster consisted of official party t-shirts, bbq, bonfire, tequila ham shots, and an all night poker game, in which I took everyone’s money. I swear whiskey makes me stupider and smarter at the same time. Sunday’s hangover was eased a bit by Chinese food, beer, watching football, playing with the toddler, and lounging in the pool and hot tub in Sandwich. Throw in a burger and a beer at the Miracle back in Central Square and a braindead viewing of the Thrilla in Manilla at the Norfunk Compound and that’s one hell of a weekend.





6 comments:

alex said...

Prairie Fires are my shot of choice.... beware anyone who invites me to their birthday party... you will (and I will too) be doing a Prairie Fire.

Dan said...

Since the Irish are allergic to tequila, I opted for the glass of Jamesons down the ham hatch. Salty and delicious.

Duffless said...

Maybe its an irish thing, but I hate tequila. I also hate being a girl in only one situation, that being missing bachelor parties. All night poker games, nudity, drinking - its a real loss!

Dan said...

this was actually a co-ed bachelor party. and sadly, there was no nudity.

Anonymous said...

I think the only nudity was a couple of people who managed to pull off some moons as the two boats raced across P-Town Bay or whatever it's called, but unfortunately the moonees weren't looking.

BTW, VTK man didn't just attend this party, he organized it. And a damn fine job he did. He took all of our money and we weren't even letting him win.

Dan said...

I'm still not sure that's true. That was total domination. I was getting cards like Jesus. post-crucifixion, that is.