Birthday Party 23 and 25
My friend and I are each having a birthday. She will be 23 and I will be 25 We want to do something fun with our friends, but can't figure out what to do. Birthday Bar Crawl
We've had a bunch of idea's... possibly renting a hotel suite or a cabin, but then what are we going to do once we're there?
We could have it at her apartment and have a scavenger hunt, but after that what...? The cheaper the better! We were also thinking of sleeping over. We just don't want to make it tacky or stupid.
We want to have a lot of fun but don't have a ton of money. Any ideas?
Birthday Party Response:
When I go out with a group of friends to celebrate we love to just enjoy each other's company, talk and laugh. Most of us are pretty daring and like to try new things too, so sometimes when we stay in a hotel somewhere with a group of us, we'll just head out on the town and try and find something we've never done before to do. It's a challenge at times, but we usually have a lot of fun trying to find something unique to do.
Since you are celebrating a special occasion, maybe a special scavenger hunt with challenges that will last an entire evening would be a good idea. If you want to stay together rather than break up into teams, a great idea is to have everyone write down and throw different bizarre challenges into a bowl anonymously and then your group as a whole can draw one challenge at a time to achieve together. This does not have to cost a lot of money or even any money and is a LOT of fun.
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