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What NOT to Drink at Your Bachelor Party

Guys are always asking for our help with bachelor party drink recommendations. We’re happy to oblige and offer up suggestions… but always have to remind them that there is a flip side to the question. What NOT to drink at the bachelor party. It’s no secret that certain beers/liquors/wines are notorious for contributing to massive hangovers.  Today, along with our friends at Last Round Hangover Support, we’re taking a look at the results of a recent Twitter question we posed to our followers — what gives you the worst hangover?

This groom would still be partying if he had ordered some Last Round for the bachelor party.

Do you really want to wake up looking like this after the bachelor party?

In no particular order, our five favorite responses…

1. Natty Lite

Don't get nattyfied without having some Last Round on hand.

2. Boxed Red Wine

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3. Shots of Gin

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4. Four Horsemen Shot (Jack, Jim, Johnnie and Jose)

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5. Zima (yes, somebody actually responded with Zima)

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Now comes the important stuff. Many men build in “hangover time” into the day after the bachelor party — our question is why? Why plan for a hangover when you can simply avoid one. Last Round is an all-natural, all-herbal blend that detoxifies and breaks down alcohol while you sleep. All you have to do is remember to drink a bottle before you pass out. This means that if throughout the course of the bachelor party, you do happen to consume a hangover-inducing beverage (or combination of beverages) — you won’t be paying for it during the entire next day.

We know that a herbal hangover might sound a bit odd.. it sounded like it to us at first. However, we did some first-hand research and discovered that Last Round is legit. It legitimately works. They includes only the highest quality herbal formulas available. That is how they are able to boast the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certification from the Natural Products Association. This seal of approval is the highest mark of excellence for the Natural Products Industry.

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