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Up until this moment, I didn’t even think of the possibility of hosting a bachelor or bachelorette party in Rio. And now that I’ve thought about it, I can’t stop thinking about it. Consider it for a second – it has everything.
For the sake of the phenomenal video that’s emerged of these bachelorettes, let’s look at it from a bachelorette party perspective. You’ve got a tropical location filled with people from all over the world who are there for no other reason but to party. You have the off-chance of hopping on Tinder and matching with professional athletes like Ryan Lochte and Rickie Fowler. From what I can tell, everyone that lives in Rio in the first place is living la vida loca anyway, so you can be up during all hours of the night. It’s perfect.
Last night, there was a group of bachelorettes who evidently agreed with me. They completely derailed this television broadcast by cheering in the background, only to have the bride-to-be actually duck a rope and get front-and-center on the broadcast itself. You know, all while hammered.
I’m not sure about you, but there are worse people to get bombarded by than a Brazilian bachelorette party. Actually, now that I think about it, I think that’s actually what I want to happen should I ever have a bachelor party of my own. .