Posted by Will Brinson
Bachelor parties have become a fascinating cultural phenomenon in this country: a pack of men travel to a random city and do ridiculous things. It wasn't always like this and it's still not always like this. Some people, like star NFL quarterback Tony Romo, still take it easy and kick it in a cabin in West Virginia and play hide-and-seek.
Look, I've got no business criticizing Romo's decisions on his bachelor party. After all, he's got a pretty good life and whatever decisions he's made throughout his time here on Earth have worked out decently alright for him, in terms of making lots of money, becoming really happy, getting to play football and marrying an attractive lady.
(He doesn't have the privilege of doing a daily football podcast that's ranked in the top-50 of Sports Podcasts on iTunes, but, hey, you can't win 'em all.)
That aside, the idea of having 14-15 dudes soberly frolick around a secluded cabin in West Virginia probably isn't everyone's cup of tea. And did the other 14 fellas show up to the cabin and -- understandably -- wonder where the hooch was?
Most importantly: who planned this party, Tim Tebow?
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