Britain’s Got Talent’s Wachiraporn who was a very gracious contestant on Wednesday Night’s show now has a fantastic stag do product if she wants it, that is?
If you saw the show, she jumped out of wardrobes in various sexy outfits to most men’s delight including Michael McIntyre, who said he felt like he was on a stag night.
She could set up her wardrobe in any pub or venue around the country, jump out in a skimpy outfit to the surprise of the celebrating stag group.
This type of product may be beneath her, now she has stepped foot onto the Britain’s Got Talent stage, however we feel this would be a great stag do product, parties these days are looking for more of an upmarket affair and your usual embarrass the stag type of act is old hat.
Sarah Harding according to the Daily Star is planning a “raucous hen night in Las Vegas.”
Sarah the sexy blond of Girls Aloud is set to marry Tom Crane in the summer and is planning a wild hen night hitting the casinos and clubs of Sin City before she ties the knot.
Tom Crane on the other hand is going for a more tranquil gentlemen’s stag weekend at a country retreat, the stag group will participate in traditional country pursuits to include fishing, Clay Pigeon Shooting and hunting a far cry from his usual life style of wild nights in boozy clubs although we are sure there will be plenty of tomfoolery.
The cool couple got engaged whilst on holiday in the Maldives and are looking to celebrate their hen and stag dos with close friends and family.
Just the wedding venue to agree on now, apparently Tom reportedly favours a “subtle English wedding”, while Sarah is keen on having the ceremony “in a gothic castle”.
Stag Dos believe to go all the way back to 5th Century of Ancient Greek Times.
A stag night dinner was arranged for the stag by Spartan Soldiers on the night before his wedding.
Everyone knows King Henry VIII loved weddings and was possible addicted to his stag nights, he got married enough times.
Late 1800s stags / grooms used their stag night to say goodbye to their mates they didn’t want to invite into their marital home, nice.
These days lavish bashes are all the rage, with nights, weekends and even weeks booked to celebrate the stag do, and why not?
A best man on an Australian stag night was hit by a flying dildo which split his head open!
Jure Skumac was on a stag night in Brisbane, Australia celebrating with groom to be Peter Rolih and around eight of his mates when the incident happened.
They were in a Brisbane flat on the celebrating in usual last night of freedom style when they were joined by a stripper.
She was no ordinary stripper, she could put the infamous ping pong stories to shame by shooting artificial todgers an estimated seven metres, reaching altitudes of 2 metres.
Party goers were getting hit in the arms and chest, unfortunately Jure was extremely unlucky getting hit right in the forehead leaving him to explain himself to his girlfriend and scarred for the actual wedding 3 weeks later.
The moral of the story is watch out for flying dildos when you are on your stag do!
A primary school in Worcester staged a fake wedding, which included a hen and stag night with the idea that it would encourage their creative writing skills.
The pupils went bowling on their mock hen and stag party night, the bride got in to the spirit by wearing typical hen party apparel – L-plates!
The up and coming royal wedding apparently didn’t inspired this quirky wedding, the pupils voted for Callie age 5 to be the bride and Gethyn age 6 to play groom, the couple married in a moving ceremony at their church with a vicar, registrar and their parents watching as they pretended to tie the knot.
A Mercedes car was donated to take the bride and her father to church, the food and wedding cake for the reception were made for free by the parents and children
The children have been learning about everything from invitations to how to book a honeymoon.
They were given tasks from designing table decorations and the wedding dress to organising the stag and hen party to a wedding breakfast and reception. The wedding cake was lovely and the speeches went down a treat
They voted on what kind of honeymoon they would like a beach resort won because it was hot and to travel to church by car, as it was quick.
The school defended its choice to stage this mock wedding amongst a barrage of fury from Christian and education campaigners, advising that the pupil’s experiences were educational and would help them with their writing skills.