Monday, July 27, 2015

Hen Party Games

Every Hen Party has to have games. Depending on the level of debauchery of your group, your games can range from the seemingly harmless to the incredibly outrageous. Listed below are some ideal hen party games to jazz up any party.

Pin the Cucumber on the Hunk - Get a poster of a sexy stud to pin to your wall (your local print shop may be able to blushingly assist you with the print work) and get the girls to blindfold themselves and attempt to pin the appendage on! Your appendage representation can be as innocent (a real cucumber) or as naughty as you wish. A word of caution: to protect from wine spills and other damage, laminate your appendage first.

Truth or Dare Poker – This can be achieved with an ordinary card deck, but a naughty deck from would definitely help. Rather than betting money, you bet dares. See how far you blush to achieve that flush!

Drinking Dice – The number you roll determines what you drink, and how much. To keep this one from a bad ending, you may choose to customise your list to only include drinks that Hens in your party will actually drink.

Dirty Minds – A series of raunchy clues lead toanswers. Here’s an example: it’s long, hard and red, and you can wrap your fingers around it. If you use it too often, you’ll damage your wrist. Theresult? A red pencil!

I’ve Never Ever – You say “I’ve never ever…” and then say something scandalously cheeky. If someone in the group has actually done it, they have to drink. Depending on how well you know your party guests, you may end up surprised, or very inebriated.

Another excellent bar game to play at your Hen Party do is Hen Night Back Slappers. A set of 10 different labels are to be stuck on unsuspecting bloke’s backs. The labels say really silly things like 'still a virgin', 'mummy's boy'. Now, for an extra dare, see if you can stick them on their fronts! Hen’s Night Back Slappers can be found at

There are heaps of games you and your girlfriends can do to make the night memorable. Just remember to keep it in perspective and have fun!

Monday, July 13, 2015

Opportunity Is Everywhere!

Today, in this day and age, there are more millionaires and billionaires walking around than has ever existed before in history. People are getting filthy rich everywhere you look. You can't turn on the TV without seeing actors on TV sitcoms or dramas pulling down millions per year. You see movie trailers of famous actors promoting their latest blockbuster film. Then, you have young kids like Justin Bieber on posters and wall calendars and t-shirts. It seems that kid just suddenly appeared out of nowhere. One month nobody had even heard of him and the next month he's everywhere! Now, obviously, he has tons of fans so some people had heard of him, but old guys like me had never heard of him before (I, personally don't listen to his music), and then suddenly I saw him everywhere I looked. Love him or hate him, he was right there in our faces.
But, money isn't just being made by actors and performers. Look at that kid who invented Facebook. Facebook is Free for anyone to join and connect with friends from all over the world. Did I mention, it's free?! And yet, Facebook is now worth Billions! Yes, that's Billions with a "B". Holy crap, that's a lot of money!
There's money being made with Apps for iPhones and with new technology created every few months.
It seems if you have talent, good looks, or are smart enough to come up with some new technological program, app or social medium than crazy success and piles of cash are sure to follow.
On the flip side, there are a lot of angry people out there in the world, because they don't have any talent to act, sing, dance or have the good looks people would be willing to pay good money to see. They don't have the smarts to invent a social network or create some latest coolest software or app.
There are millions who are being left behind, working at low paying jobs, angry that they are in the have-not group instead of the have group. They see people getting rich and living that fabulous life that they crave, yet they feel powerless to achieve.
So, then we have people feeling worthless, depressed and hopeless. The gap between the haves and the have-nots grows wider every day.
So, what is my point? Am I just here to stick my finger into the sore spot of the hopeless and rub their faces into their lack of success? In point of fact, I am. I want to wake people up!
See, I believe everyone has something to offer. Even if you can't sing or dance or are smart enough to invent the next big thing. We all have something to offer.
I started off this article by stating that there are more millionaires and billionaires walking the earth than at any other time in history. It's not like we live in a communist country where there are no opportunities for anyone. We don't live a few hundred years ago where life was hard and very few people achieved any degree of success.
Opportunity is everywhere, if you'll only stop feeling sorry for yourselves and try some things. Focus on what you can do instead of what you can't. Think of ways you can help other people. Think of service businesses that you might be able to start: Mow lawns, do yard work, walk dogs, shop for people, fix computers, etc.