So as I posted earlier... I went to Nashville last Saturday for a Bachelorette Party!
My friends and I still consider ourselves pretty young (despite that now we are "upper twenties"...ugggghhh)
We all had a really good time and stayed out until 4am... but there was a moment around 12:30 when we all thought maybe we could just go back to the hotel and go to bed... I feel so old that my night could of actually ended that early for such a special occasion...
Things I learned-
1.) We are not in college anymore and can not handle our "college drinking games".
2.) Any games you play should be after dinner and not before. Our bodies now need a headstart on us.
3.) 113 jello shots may sound like a good idea that night, but it never will the next morning!
4.) Getting your "Bride to Be" a present that makes her blush is always fun! ;)
5.) Nashville bars are like anywhere else, except they can all sing a lot better...
6.) When wearing a skirt or dress you should not dance on the bars! Also watch out for perverted men.
7.) Like in Sex and the City, bringing a group of girls to a gay bar to dance is more fun than one could imagine... The guys love you but aren't trying to hit on you, they are checking out the guy behind you.
8.) When in Nashville end your night at "PLAY" (see above) it is full of dancing ripped men with their shirts off.
9.) Spending a whole night with your girlfriends may not happen very often as we get older, but we need to make time for them because it will always be one of the best nights of your year!