RULE 1: DON'T DRINK ALCOHOL.
A. It doesn't taste too swell all the time. Why drink beer when it tastes like vehicle gas?
B. You don't remember the fun you had the night before. You don't make memories at parties when you drink a substance that makes your brain fuzzy.
C. You make a fool of yourself when you're drunk, and you ruin your reputation. You have no control of yourself.
D.Hangovers SUCK. Headaches and stomach aches... It's like drinking flu in a bottle. Sounds stupid, doesn't it?
Sounds stupid, eh?... THEN DON'T DRINK.
Replace your alcohol with pop and ice cream and other munchies and snacks. It's cheaper, tastes better, and you remember your party alot better!
RULE 2: ONLY INVITE THOSE YOU KNOW AND TRUST.
It's not a competition. Don't see how many people you can invite to your place and say that your party was better than you neighbors'.
Too many people can cause havoc, things can get broken or stolen, huge messes can be made for you to clean up, etc...
Call me a pooper, I don't care.
I'd rather have less hazards for my guests to deal with than have them go home with more than just a few cuts and bruises.
RULE 3: HAVE A VARIETY OF MUSIC.
Don't just base your music on one theme. Your guests will have different tastes and may get bored alot easier if you keep your speakers on just imagine dragons.
Have a variety playing, even if it's music you don't like. Others may like it.
Play a mixture of orchestreal, pop, rock, metal, urban, disney, etc...
Different music pleases different people
RULE 4: HAVE MORE THAN JUST A FEW ACTIVITIES (if you can)
Have dances, game room, movie room, mingle room, dining room...
And let your guests do something other than wreck your house and make out in the bedroom (yuck!)
Keep them occupied and happy!
RULE 5: BE A GOOD HOST!
Don't just stand by idly watching like a guard dog. That makes guests nervous!
Have fun with them, and be there to assist a guest if they need help
Why did I post this?...
Rowdy neighbors and puke on my sidewalk -_-