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Think Hosting

15 Tips for Hosting a Party:

  1. Limit the number of guests by only inviting people you know.
  2. Secure valuables you don’t want people to have access to.
  3. Designate yourself or a roommate (or two) to remain sober to make sure the party stays in control.
  4. Supply non-alcoholic drink options.
  5. Keep an eye out for guests who have had too much to drink. If necessary, call police BEFORE things get out of hand.
  6. Walk around the house once each hour to check the noise level and make sure people are not congregating outside.
  7. Allow friends to stay the night if they are too drunk to get home.
  8. Make sure no one walks home alone.
  9. Designate one person to be in charge of the alcohol to make sure no one is over served.
  10. Restrict all traffic to one door to make it easier to regulate guests.
  11. Clean your house. If your place looks like a garbage can, guests will treat it like one.
  12. Set up speakers where they won’t be spilled on or kicked over.
  13. Do not operate like a bar. It is ILLEGAL to sell alcohol or charge admission without a permit.
  14. If police show up, be cooperative. Have one person responsible for the party come outside to talk to officers.
  15. Keep guests off balconies so they are not loud or throwing things.

Think Pregame

Pregaming Tips:

  • Always make a plan before you go out.
  • Bring a charged cell phone and enough money in case you need to take a taxi.
  • Eat something before and while you are drinking.
  • Stick with your friends and avoid secluded places.
  • Do not go out with people you are uncomfortable with.
  • Always be aware of your surroundings.
  • Have someone you can call for help.
  • Keep track of how much alcohol goes into each drink.

Think Going

15 Tips for Going to a Party:

  1. Eat a full meal before partying to slow down your alcohol absorption rate.
  2. Have a transportation plan to and from the party.
  3. Limit the number of drinks you consume.
  4. Keep an eye on your drink and your surroundings.
  5. If your drink is ever out of your sight, get a new one.
  6. Pace yourself and alter drinks with non-alcoholic beverages.
  7. Do not mix alcohol types.
  8. Avoid drinking games.
  9. When the party is over, leave with your friends.
  10. Do not leave a bar or party with someone you just met.
  11. Do not be afraid to stop serving alcohol to a friend who has had too much to drink.
  12. Keep track of the number of drinks you have consumed using tallies on your phone or coins in your pocket.
  13. Drink a lot of water to counteract dehydration and prevent a hangover.
  14. Make sure you have a safe way to get home.
  15. Trust your instincts.
by kempenk — last modified May 08, 2015 08:09 AM