Old Stags rule

My Dad wants to go on a stag do in the run-up to his wedding on Valentine’s day next year. He has already appointed my husband as best man. While hubby is honoured to be in this respected role he is quietly pooping himself because a) he hates public speaking (I wrote his groom’s speech when we got married) and b) he doesnt particularly relish the idea of spending a day and possibly a night with a load of 60 plus men getting hammered.

But as a son-in-law he knows he needs to be supportive and do whats right for the old man.

So, what do you do on an old man’s stag do?

Karting was an option, but ruled out because of a few dodgy knees in the group. A visit to a strip club not good for weak hearts and marital relations.

For some reason, my Dad fancies going to Guernsey. But what do you do in January apart from freeze?

I definitely think there is space in the market for dedicated excursions for old stags.

I just need to find something that will remind them of what it was like to be young but within the parameters of old age…..

This blog is for Unicef.

Thanks for reading.

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2 thoughts on “Old Stags rule

  1. At my brother in laws stag it was in fact my 60 year old father who got far too drunk, rugby tackled an innocent bystander and placed him trousers down into a nearby skip. The 20 plus year olds have deemed him a hero ever since. He’s also never touched a drop of drink since. Maybe freezing in Guernsey isn’t such a bad idea after all?

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