5 Life-Changing Tips


Nobody wants to take the “most boring of the party” award home. If you do, however, do not despair, keep reading and you will see there's light at the end of the tunnel.

We are totally aware of the fact that the amount of crazy stuff you used to consider while at a party during your early 20s drops down significantly while down the road of your late 30s, early 40s. To get you back in track, we have put together five party-tips you should totally consider. So let's start right where you left your party animal, shall we?

Do #1: Be kind to the people sitting next to you

The pretty/fit/vegan/perfect-looking girl sitting next to you just got engaged yesterday. We get it; it's annoying. However, DO smile back and DO ask her about her wedding plans. She’s probably going to tell you anyway, so make sure you ask before this happens. You will be the “only cool guest” who asked her first and forced everybody else sitting on your table to swallow a piece of raw meat while listening to her plans. That’s your job done for the night; you can now head to the bar like the boss you are.

Do #2: Make sure you forget committal comments

And by this we mean, making sure you DO have a shot of plain alcohol at your fingertips to down it every time someone starts speaking about the following subjects: school fees, mortgages, food intolerance, Greta and derivatives. Trust us; they will be easier to handle after that plain shot. Action, reaction, my dear.

Do #3: Conga = goddess

If the person you are trying to establish a very random conversation with has yawned more than twice, you are in trouble. At this point, we would strongly suggest you start a conga. Everybody will love you, respect you and remember you forever. Being the leader of a conga at a party is probably as respectable as going on a sugar-free diet for at least a whole good week.

Do #4: Leave complains aside

There is probably nothing more annoying than someone who complains about everything. Unless you do it with style and make people laugh, of course. However, these species (hilarious complainers) are hard to find, so we suggest you keep on reading. Forget the fact that the closest toilet is ten blocks away from the room you are or that you are sitting next to the oldest guest of the salon. Try to keep this info to yourself and be cool about it. DON’T complain about unnecessary stuff.

DO #5: Hang out with the cool chaps

Go ahead and try introducing yourself while you “casually” happen to be at the same spot at the same time. These guys will automatically launch you into the cool gang, and this will give you a free ticket into the NON-boring band of the party.

Have fun!