The Party Bible: The Good Book for Great Times by Connor Pritchard, Dominic Russo
Hallefrickinlujah, it's here--your ultimate party-planning guide. Forget the stuffy dinner conversations. And the plates of cheese. And the wine (unless it's boxed, or bottled three-buck Chuck). It's time to tap into a powder keg of debauchery.
Brought to you by Connor and Dominic, founders of The 5th Year and scholars in the art of the party, this book serves up dozens of out-of-the-box ideas, along with advice on throwing a successful shindig and plenty of suggestions on how to take the shenanigans to the next level. You'll find ridiculously fun ways to get your drink on, like . . .
Tour de Franzia: Spandex-clad partiers chant, ?Go, go, go? as their wine-mouthed friends race through boxes of the classy stuff.
Brownbag Surprise: Guests have to MacGyver their own costumes out of whatever's inside the brownbag they're given.
Fake Wake: It's like a real Irish wake--except even the stiff's drunk.
Donkey Punch Dinner Party: Where placing your Cleveland Steamer Meatballs between a bowl of Dirty Sanchez Seven-Layer Dip and a tray of Dutch Oven Biscuits isn't out of place.
So ditch the popped-collar polos and wayfarers and move on from the played-out '80s theme. It's time to try something new. And as entertaining as it is instructive, this book is destined to become your gospel whenever you're looking for a good time. The party's on.
Connor Pritchard partied with the Jesuits at Loyola Marymount University and now makes a living writing in L.A. He and his coauthor Dominic are two of the men behind Comedy Central's Workaholics. And if Shrek and Van Wilder had a love child, it would be Connor.
Dominic Russo is a comedy writer and producer who studied the art of partying during five years at Arizona State University. With his coauthor and cohort Connor, he founded The 5th Year brand, which strives to make life fun for everyone.