Can't birthday parties be fun for both kids and grownups? We think so. Follow our easy guide to turning your child's next birthday bash into a blast for everyone.
What's more Instagrammable than turning tropical fruits into cocktail glasses? Whether it's pineapple skin or watermelon rind, no one will be able to resist snapping a few shots — especially if it looks anything like this option from Ambitious Kitchen. People love unicorns — yes, even full-grown adults.
Long Island offers a variety of birthday party options for everyone to enjoy. Don't think birthday parties on Long Island are just for kids — restaurants, entertainment centers and other venues on Long Island are hosting soirees for plenty of adults these days. Many have set packages that help make your party planning easier, whether you're organizing a casual meetup for drinks with friends or an outing to an escape room, paintball field or private gaming room.
Children put up with a lot. And on top of all this, they have to tolerate adults telling them that they are not allowed to be bored. Come on, now. Think about how heavy a thing this is to lay on a little kid.
Birthdays are like seasons—some are welcomed with open arms, and others may take a little warming up to. When you were a kid, it was so easy to pick a favorite theme or place to host your party. There was the dance studio party, the circus theme party, the Discovery Zone party does anyone else remember jumping into those massive piles of rainbow-colored plastic balls?
This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. It's one thing to enjoy a nice vacation with your family - kids, adults, uncles, aunts and maybe the neighbour too. But there are some places in the world where you'd only want to travel with your partner, or your mates.
Admittedly, we've taken you on some pretty weird nakations in the past, from nude beaches and nude resortsto the world's kinkiest festivalsnaughty ski tripsand erotic vacationsbut even we had to stop for a second upon discovering swingers resorts. Call us sheltered. Call us naive.
Keyed to the City. The phenomenon of "key parties" dates back to the swingers culture of the '70s, and ever since it has been an object of fascination in pop culture, from The Ice Storm to the shortlived TV series Swingtown. For Nashville filmmaker Howard L. Bell IV, those keys are opening a lot of doors.
A key partyin case you missed this piece of 70s pop culture, was a way for suburban couples to engage in sexual experimentation, particularly swinging. The idea behind a key party is simple. Couples are invited to attend a party with a bunch of other couples.