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Need ideas for stag night stitch ups please!

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1. Posted by slimsadie (Budding Member 5 posts) 9y

I've been landed the role of organising my mates stag weekend as none of the men seem to have the first clue where to start! I am stuck for ideas on what pranks and stitch-ups to organise for him and I'm hoping that there are a few practical jokers out there that may be able to help? It's being held in England (if that makes a difference to anything required, like good weather....!)

2. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Hello Slimsadie:)

What is wrong with the traditional stitch ups? Cant u just do those?

Here are varientations on the traditional, to choose from.
Get the victim very very drunk. Take all his clothes, and handcuff him, to a lampost.
Get the victim very very drunk, take all his clothes, drive him to the busiest street in your town, toss him out of the car and abandon him.
Get the victim very very drunk, drive him to a town very far away from the town he is supposed to get married in, and abandon him.

Mel

3. Posted by slimsadie (Budding Member 5 posts) 9y

I'm not confident that any of his mates will be capable of driving anywhere at any point in the weekend - thanks for the idea though! Had a suggestion from a friend (who can access the necessary items) to wait until he passes out, plastercast his leg from ankle to thigh and leave some crutches leant against his bed! I have insisted that they take a camera because I have GOT to see the look on his face when he wakes up! ;-) It's all dependant on how deeply he sleeps.....!

4. Posted by angela_ (Respected Member 1732 posts) 9y

A guy I know was dressed up in really village people-looking clothes (short-shorts, skin tight t-shirt, workboots and a work-hat) then his friends made him wash and wax cars downtown, then they took him to a recording studio where he recorded a song that was then played at the wedding reception.

5. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Angela

How did they actually force him to wash the cars and record the song?
It would not be easy, to make somebody do those things.

Mel

6. Posted by Purdy (Travel Guru 3546 posts) 9y

Quoting angela_

A guy I know was dressed up in really village people-looking clothes (short-shorts, skin tight t-shirt, workboots and a work-hat) then his friends made him wash and wax cars downtown, then they took him to a recording studio where he recorded a song that was then played at the wedding reception.

Quoting Mel

Angela

How did they actually force him to wash the cars and record the song?
It would not be easy, to make somebody do those things.

Mel

I think force is probably not the right word lm sure the guy Angela knows had to get into the spirit of the thing and join in and take the situation for what it was a laugh - cant really see how it would work otherwise!

7. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 9y

Just make sure no one there has a permanent marker. Drunk friends and permanent markers should not occupy the same premises because someone always decides to try their hand at art. Duct tape, on the other hand, can come in very handy...

[ Edit: Edited on Jul 24, 2007, at 4:51 AM by Isadora ]

8. Posted by angela_ (Respected Member 1732 posts) 9y

He pretty much knew that he wouldn't get away with not doing it, so he just, as Purdy said: "got into the spirit of things"

9. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Thats very civilized.

10. Posted by angela_ (Respected Member 1732 posts) 9y

That's us Icelanders for ya. Very nonviking-y and civilized