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June 6, 2010

5 top stag weekend ideas

So your mate has decided you’re the only man who can get him and the rest of the stag party through the experience alive, in one piece, and returned home in time for the wedding.

Is it because you’ve picked each other up off the pavement and staggered home at dawn so many times? Maybe it’s because you know exactly how many Vodka and Tonics it takes before he thinks he can fly? Or maybe he pinched one of your exes, and nominated you as the stag weekend organiser to soothe his guilty conscience. In any event, you’ve got your work cut out … here are 5 of the most popular ways to boot him out of bachelorhood in fine style.

1) Mud wrestling Stag Weekend in Europe.

If you’ve ever fancied bonding with your chums in a mud filled pit, pairing up to work out who’s the alpha male and who’s got the upper hand in a wrestling match… keep it to yourself lad, because now’s not the time. Instead, suck back a beer and spectate as two scantily clad local European beauties get down and dirty in the mud for your viewing pleasure. Don’t spoil the fun by warning the stag that he’ll be participating in the next round…

2) Dog Racing

Luckily, EU regulations forbid the aforementioned lady-wrestlers from racing round a track while you and your mates have a flutter. Instead, the more traditional greyhound breeds kick up the sand while the stag works out the odds on being let out of his handcuffs before tomorrow. A night at the track is a classic stag weekend activity… we can even arrange for one of the races to be named after one of the stag’s prior conquests, or even ‘the one that got away’.

3) Quad Biking Stag Weekends

Remind the stag that this is his last chance to show his true raceworthiness – after all, his chequered flag is going to be at the shopping centre car park, not Brands Hatch, once the stag weekend’s finished. Expect a thorough training session, then up to an hour on the bikes as you steer the group through a quad safari or competitive trials across all terrains.

4) A Stag Weekend in Ibiza

Ignore what the guidebook says about historical sightseeing in Ibiza town and a coastline that boasts more than 70 sandy beaches… your stag party is here to see in the sunrise through a set of shades in one of the world’s most exclusive nightspots while grinning from ear to ear. No girlfriends bleating ‘can we go now?’ to break up the party, just a DJ who won’t stop playing tunes until the ravers decide the stag night’s over. With VIP entry and a choice of hundreds of bars in San Antonio, Playa D’en Bossa or Ibiza Town, you might not have time to enjoy the hotel pool except for some obligatory dunking.

5) Lap Dancing Stag Weekend in Europe

Learn more than one way to say ‘yes’ in one of Europe’s most inviting gentlemen’s VIP clubs. Whether it’s a ‘danse contact’ in the private Champagne Room or a strip show laid on by the management, even the most polite suggestion sounds filthier in a foreign tongue. The main man is likely to be set upon by two of the house’s most obliging ladies… once you’ve taken his phrasebook away of course. If he balks at the suggestion, remind him there’ll be no more bed hopping once the stag weekends over and the handcuffs are on.

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